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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 6, 2001 03:50:20 UTC

Please define what you view as a fundamental particle. Also why do you think Quantum mechanics
is so accurate. My basic position is if something
is obviously inacccurate then you should question
it. Maybe the therory at hand is the best we could
come up with but you should never conclude that
anything is the be all end all.

Later Edward

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