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Re: Math Of Chaotic Sytems Is Very Accurate.

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Posted by Benjamin Nelson on February 20, 2001 15:57:33 UTC


For once I agree: as a calculating tool, QED is as good as they come, yielding numbers that agree so closely with those measured by experiment that one could gauge the distance from London to New York to within the width of a human hair. Nevertheless, many of us are still used to thinking of quantum randomness as something hidden away on a realm to small to see. But through the theoretical lens of QED, even quantum effects become magnified until they seem to manifest themselves as a familiar part of our world.

B. L. Nelson

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