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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 10, 2002 21:09:21 UTC

Some quotes from your post:

xi and xj which can certainly be equal to one another.

all it requires is that the probability that xi=xj is zero which is true if psi is continuous

This seems contradictory. Here is one that seems self-contradictory.

It is exactly rigorous Richard as I am looking at a specific approximate solution to my fundamental equation and I express exactly what approximations I am making.

But you go on the state that Schroedinger's eq is approximate

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