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Topic: Schrodinger's cat and “ The law of conservation a
nd transformation

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socratus@bezeqint.net

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Re: Schrodinger's cat and “ The law of conservatio
n and transformation

Posted: Feb 16, 2013 5:05 AM
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socratus
Schrodinger's cat ( as a quantum particle) is inseparable from
" The law of conservation and transformation energy/mass"
and this unity shows, how QT is right, saying that
there is a life after death.

Robittybob1
Do you really believe that Socrates?
I find you too obscure to understand properly.

socratus
You are right saying
? I find you too obscure to understand properly.?
? The law of conservation and transformation energy/mass?
need's detailed explanation.
For example :
how to understand the unity between electron and
? The law of conservation and transformation energy/mass?
during its interaction with vacuum ? . . . . .
. . . what was happened with electron during its interaction
with vacuum ?

Renormalization . . . .?
==.



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