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Coherence is apparently not lost in the down conversion of a photon to two photons of lower frequency by a non linear crystal. Thus this process may not be regarded as an event. The crystal plays the role of an external field. There are other experiments whose significance in posing limits to the notion of individual events I have not yet understood. A prime example is the intensity interferometry of Hanbury Brown and Twiss. In any case there is a fascinating area where both theory and experiment must contribute to clarification.
Thus this process may not be regarded as an event. The crystal plays the role of an external field. There are other experiments whose significance in posing limits to the notion of individual events I have not yet understood. A prime example is the intensity interferometry of Hanbury Brown and Twiss. In any case there is a fascinating area where both theory and experiment must contribute to clarification. 2 Proposal of a Picture and Terminology We distinguish sharply between facts and possibilities as it is demanded if we believe in intrinsic indeterminism.
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