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.