[BRUNO writes] It has a non null amplitude of probability of being here and 
there at the same time, like having a non null amplitude of probability of 
going through each slit in the two slits experience. If not, you can’t explain 
the inference patterns, especially in the photon self-interference.


Interesting to point out that, in the two-slit, it is possible to have 
interference even when there is just one slit open (and the other slit shut, 
and viceversa, with some appropriate frequence). In this case it seems that the 
two amplitudes cannot interfere.

- Leonard Mandel : "On the Possibility of Observing Interference Effects with 
Light Beams Divided by a Shutter", J.Opt.Soc.Amer.,
49, (1959), 931.
- R.M. Sillitto, Catherine Wykes: "An Interference Experiment With Light Beams 
Modulated In Anti-Phase By An Electro-Optic Shutter",
Physics Letters, 39-A-4, (1972), 333-334.

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