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Posted by Mike Pearson on June 24, 2002 04:32:18 UTC

Now that's a POST !
You don't have to answer my title question...
it was in the spirit of camaradarie.
I don't quite understand all you said and I
don't mind saying I plan to use the following statement at a few parties.
I'll practice saying it fast:
"Sum of histories, as I understand it, is related to Feynman's path integral formulation with the superposition of the probability amplitudes. I don't see any superposition of probability amplitudes in your example."

Okay, that's cowboy talk!
Mike

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