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Topic: Alice in Quantumland
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David Bernier

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Re: Alice in Quantumland
Posted: Feb 5, 2013 8:09 AM
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On 02/05/2013 06:41 AM, socratus wrote:
> Alice in Quantumland
> =.
> The theory of quantum electrodynamics describes Nature as absurd
> from the point of view of common sense.
> And it agrees fully with experiment.
> So I hope you accept Nature as She is ? absurd.
> / QED : The Strange Theory of Light and Matter
> page. 10. by R. Feynman /
>
> ? Many believe that relative theory tells us that ours
> is a kind of Alice-in-Wonderland universe; that this
> revealed by the mathematician Einstein who discovered
> that there is a fourth dimension, . . . .. . . that, in short,
> everything is relative and mysterious. ?
> / Book ?Albert Einstein? , page 4. By Leopold Infeld ./
>
> We still don't know that negative 4-D is. (!)
>
> In the other words:
> Physicists show us the absurd and mysterious existence
> of nature as a real fact.
> I cannot believe that nature is absurd and mysterious.
> I think that their interpretations in relative and
> quantum electrodynamics theories were wrong.
> ==..
> ' But I don't want to go among mad people,' said Alice.
> 'Oh, you can't help that,' said the cat. 'We're all mad here.'
> / Lewis Carroll.
> Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. /
>
> .



Yes. In between two thoughts, what are you thinking?

dave


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