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From: "Dirk Bruere"
Subject: Re: OT: Chiao's experiment
Date: Sat, 7 Sep 2002 22:30:04 +0100
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"Richard Steven Walz" wrote in message
> In article ,
> Dirk Bruere wrote:
> >"Kevin Aylward" wrote in message
> >> The Schroedingers cat dilemma, isn't. It was simple a misapplication of
> >> QM when QM first came about. A *correct* interpretation of QM does not
> >> require a cat two be in two states at once.
> >There is *no* 'correct interpretation'.
> >As for things being in multiple states at the same time, a quantum
> >would not work if it were not possible.
> >Things as large as buckyballs have been shown to exhibit interference
> >Whether cats can, and for how long, remains an open question.
> Rather, though, than even TRYING to place the cat in two different and
> opposite states, we need recall that till the issue is resolved we're
> simply not even sure if there *IS* a cat AT ALL! It is NOT a matter of
> knowing something contrary, but NOT knowing AT ALL!
MY THEORY! is that by firing a live cat between two narrow steel bars we can
measure its coherence by how much of its guts overlap on impacting a slab of
cast iron just behind the bars.
However, EVEN I! must acknowledge that we may have to use many thousands of
cats in order to check the statistics.
I want my Nobel prize, and I will SUE sarfatti if he even pretends to claim
he thought of it first!!!!
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