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Still Illuminating The Void (from Alexander)

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Posted by Alexander on January 24, 2001 20:40:48 UTC

You should know, that by Shroedinger equation, small objects have a wavelength comparable to their size, thus they behave like waves (i.e. do not have certain location or velocity or direction of motion). Thus, math says that systems based on such objects behaves to certain degree of certainty only (with the probability given by Shroedinger equation). Bigger objects - smaller wavelenght (more certain behavior) and vice versa. You may call longer wavelength objects more chaotic, shorter - less chaotic.
All is strictly mathematical and nothing more.

So, what is your point?

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