A Tuning Fork’s Reversal

For any empirically real directional flow domain where unary entities and emission signals can exhibit chaotic, changeable, or fractal identity morphisms, we should be able to build “unit-transmission” tests that produce interference patterns even when we can verify that units are being emitted one at a time and there are no sources of noise on the transmission channel.

The chaotic identity morphisms cause “self-interference.”

This should be demonstrable using an old-fashioned double split experiment.

(And if we flip the arrows we get the potential implication of an iterative tuning method.)

Did we get it? Feels like we’re getting somewhere.


Update: April 15

A more minimalist arrow for your quiver.

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