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Old Oct 3rd 2016, 05:31 PM   #11
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No, the existence of the particles can be deduced from their interactions with the wider world.
However the behaviour of the particle depends on the style of the interaction,
which in turn depends on the organisation of the other particles it is interacting with.
Organise the interactions one way and it is a wave, a different way and it is a particle.
When it is not interacting, its behaviour is pretty much undefined...
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