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Topic: Why is Quantum Important?
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Kevin

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Why is Quantum Important?
Posted: Jan 18, 2013 4:54 PM
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Quantum is important because it retains the sentiment that other
disciplines are either lacking in or soon will be lacking in, for
future referance... Quantum is 'good enough for government work', is
what it amounts to... It is important to make mention of this since
the 'arts' crowd doesn't know what it means to be sensitive to the
'science' crowd... It's a rule, arts crowd... Science retains its
sentiment in 'quantum' so it is a rule that we have to be sensitive.



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