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Figure 13: Interference Phenomena: Lines Cannot Go Through the Same Point at the Same Time

Figure 13:  Interference Phenomena:  Lines Cannot Go Through the Same Point at the Same Time

Fig. 517.10 Interference Phenomena: Lines Cannot Go Through the Same Point at the
Same Time: Interference phenomena: No two actions can go through the same point
at the same time. The consequences of this can be pictured as follows:

A. Tangential avoidance (like knitting needles).
B. Modulated noninterference.
C. Reflection.
D. Refraction.
E. Smash-up.
F. The minimum knot or critical proximity interference pattern.

[Editor's note: This also appears as Figure 18 with slightly different captions for A. and F.]

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