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Topic: Action-Reaction: What is Quantum Mechanics?
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jdawe

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Action-Reaction: What is Quantum Mechanics?
Posted: May 15, 2013 5:16 AM
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'Quantum' is the study of what is small.

'Mechanics' is the study of what is large.

Quantum-Mechanics

Small-Large

In fact instead of using 'Mechanics' the correct opposite word of
Quantum is actually Quanta. Quantum being singular and Quanta being
plural.

Quantum - Quanta

Small - Large

Singular - Plural

So therefore,

Quantum = Small = Singular = 1

You might like to call this a 'Quantum Singularity'.

The opposite of this is:

Quanta = Large = Plural > 1

So for something to be plural and 'large' it needs to be greater than
one.

Constant - Variable

Continuum - Discrete

The Quantum Singularity is always a 1 continuous continuum therefore
it is not countable.

'Quanta' is a discrete quantity that is variably greater than 1 so at
least 2.

Quanta is always relative to the Quantum continuum.






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