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**Sep 15, 2010 8:14 pm**http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0806/0806.1431v2.pdf , Hrvoje NikoliĀ“ wrote:Finally, we note that our prediction of secondary peaks is also interesting from the point of view of foundations of relativistic QM. For example, the existence of the secondary peaks is predicted also for photons (the Maxwell equations, of course, also can be viewed as a variant of the Klein-Gordon equation), which probably could be tested more easily than for electrons. Such a test with photons would say nothing about string theory, but would represent a test of the probabilistic interpretation of the Klein-Gordon current.

How does a doubly-interesting and testable prediction say nothing about the theory?