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Update After Reading Your Reference

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Posted by daViper on July 17, 1999 00:24:04 UTC

After reading the reference you provide here I feel better in knowing that this EPR Paradox is still essentially unresolved, since 1935 no less.

I had hoped it would be resolved by now, but it continues to point out why I still think the Quantum Theorists have a bit of work to do.

Sometimes it seems to me that they keep heading down certain paths, ignoring some questions that get left behind in the wake.

I'm sure a lot of it has to do with getting the research funding and the politics of being pressured to produce something new.

Here's a reference for you. Dr. Lewis Little's Theory of Elementary Waves, from the cal-tech website.

http://compbio.caltech.edu/~sjs/tew.html

I'm not saying I buy it yet, but I can't dismiss it out of hand. It would explain a lot if it can be proven.

Thanx, again.

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