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No Particles Are Identical?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 27, 2001 14:56:33 UTC

Because they exist at different locations and at different energy levels, I might add. But that applies to fermions only. Bosons can live in the same place, and many bosons in the form of a bose-Einstein condensate can act as one.

You know that's the difference between heaven and earth. On earth we are all individuals, fermions with different histories and locations and energy levels. But in heaven, I am thinking, we can have many gods acting as one. So heaven has the properties of bosons. It must be at absolute zero.

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