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**Sep 16, 2010 4:25 pm**newolder wrote:The double peak arises from stringy KG as per equation 1.Clearly, (1) represents a stringy generalization of the Klein-Gordon equation.

Observing a double peak with photons shows the bosonic counterparts in this theory behave as if stringiness abounds - failure to observe the peaks with photons and, surely, it's time to bin the whole exercise?

Well if the secodary peak is not observed for photons, it means that the new interpretation of the KG current is wrong. Since this is the foundation of the whole paper, it would kill everything. So yes, if the experiment is feasible to do with photons then it would be a good idea to do it and validate the whole thing regardless of strings.