Does this 'blip' make me look full of junk?
It would seem some equivalent of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle would apply.
Somethings met and there was a 'blip'. You don't know how big they were (and are now) because the energy released would be partly determined by incidence angle. You don't know where they came from because you weren't measuring before the 'blip'. You can't measure where they then go because you still can't see them.
Sounds like all you'll get are frequency statistics - how many 'blips' per unit time per unit volume.
Hmm, might as well put up a STOP sign, wait for a bit, and count the holes.