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Posted by A C Souza on June 24, 2002 13:59:15 UTC

Sum of histories, as I understand it, is related to Feynman's path integral formulation with the superposition of the probability amplitudes

... is how a person who doesn't understand the definition of acceleration can understand the meaning of path integral formulation with the superposition of the probability amplitudes.

Should we be wowed by that? If intelligence doesn't count, the ability to use google.com certainly counts!

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