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Topic: Simple random number generator?
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: Simple random number generator?
Posted: Dec 20, 2012 9:25 PM
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the pioneers have unfortunately confused the duality
of wave & particle, but
you shouldn't "do the math both ways at the same time,
unless it's a two-column proof," or more columns & rows.

Newton is the premier exemplar,
with his sotto voce theory of light,
using Descartes selfsame screwup of Snell's law.

> equivalent to deflation of a bicycle tire.
>
> By `quantum' I read `wave theory of matter'. The
> original Bohr theory is as good as we have for what
> might actually be happening.


> raw facts.)



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