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RE: But Where Did The Quantum Mechanics Come From?

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Posted by Herb S. on November 2, 2000 05:08:09 UTC

Quantum mechanics didn't come from someplace (I am not sure what you meant, so I have to guess). It is a theory, developed by physicists to explain how things behave, and (MOST IMPORTANT) has been verified by experiments and observations of an extremely quantitative nature. There are predictions, verified by sprectroscopic data, accurate to 13 decimal places.

I can't help you with the geotechnical question - I don't know anything about that.

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