On Sun, Mar 15, 2009 at 07:06:06PM -0700, Brent Meeker wrote:
> No need to do it.  Even more telling experiments have already been done in 
> which 
> the "measurement" was just the unrecorded IR radiation from buckyballs. 
> Buckyballs which were sufficiently cold showed the 2-slit interference 
> pattern 
> in a Young's slit type experiment.  But when they were warm enough to emit IR 
> radiation that, if detected, could have localized them, the interference 
> disappeared.  So it is not only a matter of the experimenter not looking at 
> the 
> result, the rest of the universe has to not look too.
> Brent

Interesting! Do you have some citations for this, or even let me know
who did the experiment?



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