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Posted by Alan on July 23, 2002 04:31:36 UTC

Is really simple. Read my posts about traffic jams superposed on traffic jams.

"why can't you explain how a delta function set to zero can become non-zero later on."

Because the delta-function set to zero IS ONLY A PARTICULAR PERSPECTIVE ON THE SITUATION. Take a different delta-function perspective from this network of numerous superposed delta functions and your new perspective shows your earlier set-to-zero delta-function as no longer set-to-zero.

It is all about the entanglement of perspectives.



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