The experiment leaves two puzzles unresolved.
1. As a single particle passes through both slits simultaneously.
2. Why, when installing sensors, the interference picture disappears.
For two hundred years, the best minds of physicists and mathematicians tried to solve the riddle of the collapse of the wave function.
The most controversy has unfolded about the sensors of particle passage through the slit.
Some romantic natures expressed the idea that observing a person over particles changes their behavior, and therefore they turn from a wave into corpuscles.
But the sensor is not an observer, and the sensor by itself, through a quantum of action, turns particles from a pseudo wave into corpuscles.
In our opinion, particles acquire pseudo-wave properties only in experiments. Outside of experiments, in nature particles do not possess wave properties