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Topic: Action-Reaction: What is Quantum Mechanics?
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Lord Androcles, Zeroth Earl of Medway

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Re: Action-Reaction: What is Quantum Mechanics?
Posted: May 15, 2013 5:46 AM
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"jdawe" <mrjdawe@gmail.com> wrote in message
'Quantum' is the study of what is small.
Nope. Quanta are single units such as atoms, electrons, photons of one
size has nothing to do with it.

'Mechanics' is the study of what is large.

Nope. Mechanics is Newton?s laws, size has nothing
to do with it.



Nope. Unit ? motion. The horse pulls the cart, you can?t have half a horse
so a horse is quantum mechanical.
You can have a half horsepower electric motor, but that is not a horse. You
can?t have half an electron either,
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