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# The Quantum Chaosity ....

Thu 30 Oct, 2008 11:52 am
Now I have opened a BIG door.

In Terms of probability, there is a pretty good chance, that if your outside bouncing a basketball, that 30 out of 3million times the ball with vanish in thin air, right through the ground!

Don't play too much math attention with those numbers...as representation purpose only.

Yes there is a wave form to tell you exactly the probability of a even, and what it's likely hood of the occurrence.

What???

Damn that paradoxical nature of science/life. :brickwall:

-BaC
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Thu 30 Oct, 2008 05:26 pm
@BaCaRdi,
The time scale of the probabilites of these types of events is beyond the theorised life time of the matter that consitutes the objects themselves. It is more likely that the protons that make up the basketball cease to exist before the basketball behaves in the manner described.
BaCaRdi

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Thu 30 Oct, 2008 05:31 pm
@validity,
Ohh really? Says who?

LOL Just kidding....

Well I will ask you a question....

What is behavior?

-BaC
Welcome to the "Void" What no Play for the poor Neutrons:(...Pitty
validity wrote:
The time scale of the probabilites of these types of events is beyond the theorised life time of the matter that consitutes the objects themselves. It is more likely that the protons that make up the basketball cease to exist before the basketball behaves in the manner described.
validity

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Thu 30 Oct, 2008 05:40 pm
@BaCaRdi,
The manner in which something acts or reacts.

Why is this relevant to "The Quantum Chaosity"
BaCaRdi

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Thu 30 Oct, 2008 05:45 pm
@validity,
How is it not?

Acts to what reacts to what......For every force there is an equal an oposing force.

Well since you left out the poor Neutron..I will pull "it" back into the picture.

Lets see,
Again Newtonian Physics need not apply, except in those snapshots of the observers reality.

So Have we not Split the Atom?

Welcome to Quantum theory..

Let say..I don't know..that there was a way to do such...

Lets see...Take E=MC2...
Well one, yes..........I will say it again......One Neutron, was responsible for the Atomic Bomb....Fission...

Can you see the power of this elegant beautiful simplified equation?

-BaC
validity wrote:
The manner in which something acts or reacts.

Why is this relevant to "The Quantum Chaosity"
validity

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Thu 30 Oct, 2008 05:59 pm
@BaCaRdi,
BaCaRdi wrote:
How is it not?

I do not know how the definition of behaviour is relevant to the phrase "The Quantum Chaosity". You will have to explain it to me.

BaCaRdi wrote:
Acts to what reacts to what......For every force there is an equal an oposing force.

My definition is not limited to physical forces. It includes anything.

BaCaRdi wrote:
Well since you left out the poor Neutron..I will pull "it" back into the picture.

My definition includes neutrons, since a neutron is something.

BaCaRdi wrote:
Can you see the power of this elegant beautiful simplified equation?

Which one? Energy = Mass x Acceleration or E=mc^2.
BaCaRdi

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Thu 30 Oct, 2008 06:11 pm
@validity,
1)Of course it is:P Good spot;)

2)Good, nor is mine.

3) Mine does too:)

4)There are the same Energy = mass x acceleration E=Mc2

Subatomic Bomb...aka Hydrogen......Atom.....etc.....

What happens here... Again we hear the word "subatom'ics" We are now without Newtonian physics..As just with "Quantum" Key words per se...

Lets take that poor little pain old neutron...

One..yes One..Started the Fisher effect takes over... That one little Neutron Fishers the Atom via Alpha wave acceleration....

When that first Atom was severed....It released 2 molecules , 4 molecules , 8 ..16 molecules .... At c Those Free Neutrons, Fishers other atoms 2 4 16 32 64 at the speed of c...Etc...etc....etc....BOOOOOOM!

Welcome the the Quantum World..

-BaC

validity wrote:
I do not know how the definition of behaviour is relevant to the phrase "The Quantum Chaosity". You will have to explain it to me.

My definition is not limited to physical forces. It includes anything.

My definition includes neutrons, since a neutron is something.

Which one? Energy = Mass x Acceleration or E=mc^2.
validity

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Thu 30 Oct, 2008 08:57 pm
@BaCaRdi,
BaCaRdi wrote:
1)Of course it is:P Good spot;)
Why wont you explain the relevancy to me? If you can not, I understand, because I too say there is no relevancy.

BaCaRdi wrote:
2)Good, nor is mine.
Physical force is an example, not the definition.

BaCaRdi wrote:
3) Mine does too:)
In a manner of exclusiveness.

BaCaRdi wrote:
4)There are the same Energy = mass x acceleration E=Mc2

No they are not. Acceleration is (m/s)/s whereas c^2 is m^2/s^2.
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BaCaRdi

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Thu 30 Oct, 2008 09:07 pm
@BaCaRdi,
behavior = The actions or reactions of a person or animal(life form) in response to external or internal stimuli.

Agreed more or less on the definition?

See the fit coming?

fission....fusion....... <--how is that not behavior?

Behavior of sub atomic particles...

-BaC
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