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Topic: Why is Quantum Important?
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herbert glazier

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Re: Why is Quantum Important?
Posted: Jan 20, 2013 10:43 AM
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On Jan 20, 7:13 am, Zerkon <Zer...@Z.Zorg> wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Jan 2013 13:54:00 -0800, Kevin wrote:
> >  Why is Quantum Important?
>
> Scrabble points?
>
> I. for one, am a sucker for any word beginning with 'Qu' then ending in
> 'um'. It's sounds so... I don't know .. Latin even Greek[!] and so/ergo
> brainy which is very important.


Quantum is Latin It comes out of quantity. In simple terms it is
Latin for "how much" Planck knew that and gave us quantum
measurements. QM is man's best theory TreBert



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