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Posted by Alan on July 29, 2002 04:40:21 UTC

At the point of intersection of the two linear traffic jams that cross at right angles to each other: one traffic line reduces to zero alternative positions available for a car (just the one position that also lies in the other traffic flow); while the alternative positions that car could have occupied in that other traffic flow may be considered infinite in that there is freedom of position.

(the first traffic flow could have crossed the second anywhere (infinity); but can only cross where it crosses (one car, its own alternatives of which car crosses reduced to zero as it were once the choice decided)

Please specify where the other stuff diverges from physics; I don't think it does.

Kantolfir2 you seem to get it.



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