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Luis, You Mix "predictable" And "mathematical".

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Posted by Alexander on October 23, 2001 19:05:47 UTC

Please, do not do that. You know that a wave is perfectly mathematical object, and THUS the position (and momentum) of a wave can NOT be predicted, BECAUSE they are mathematically entangled. But their product (so to speak) can be predicted.

So, math indeed rules universes but math is MORE smart than we, humans, with our limited FEELINGS of what should (and what should not) be predicted.

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