[Theforum] survey 'second' draft

Luther, Ron Ron.Luther at compaq.com
Wed Nov 7 16:24:35 CST 2001

That's what happens when you interact with a probability wave ... uh, I
mean particle ... [maybe]!

.... and Shrodinger had this cat ... see ....



-----Original Message-----
From: spinhead [mailto:evolt at spinhead.com]
Subject: Re: [Theforum] survey 'second' draft

The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle essentially states that nothing can
really be measured, since by observing it to measure it, you've changed
Ol' Werner was mostly interested in subatomic particles, but he would
approved of our usage, I'm certain. (By making up a statistic about how
statistics are made up, you change the statistic.)

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