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Posted by Alexander on January 10, 2002 23:47:28 UTC

Model you brain by powerfull enough computer, don't forget to include uncertainty principle and all small things which may affect your thoughts - and it generates what you say.

Most likely the solution will be set of exponents, thus extremely sensitive to small changes in initial conditions in you brain.

Try to equilibrate a pen exactly on its tip and to predict which direction it should fall. Math tells that it is the direction of extremely small initioal deviation from vertical. If you can control this small deviation - you know the answer, but if you can't control it - then math tells that you only can predict the result (direction of fall) statistically.

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