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How Obvious Is It? : How Obvious It Is

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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on January 27, 2001 22:22:55 UTC

How obvious is it? : How Obvious It Is: "As long as we are considering an
individual electron, we could be mislead into thinking that its waves are physical
realities. Each electron in fact demands a 3-Dimensional Space to itself. This
makes it obvious that these waves are merely a mathematical phantom;
consequently it is pro-foundly disconcerting to find that experiment confirms
their existence. The apparent congruity between calculation and experiment
must be in some sense illusory.

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