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QM Is Logical Too.

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Posted by Alexander on February 6, 2001 17:18:22 UTC

Quantum mechanics is quite logical - waves do not have certain position, as well as if you want to get information about any system you have to interact with it thus to change it.

It may just seem alogical for "big us" having so small wavelength and not dealing with long waves or "big quanta" on everyday basis.

Not much methaphysics.

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