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Greatsilverwyrm

Greatsilverwyrm

Member Since 22 May 2004
Offline Last Active Feb 03 2012 09:12 AM

In Topic: RSN_Lead here

20 February 2011 - 06:57 PM

For me it was just pretty random. I got nostalgic, came to check out tip.it, and happened to see this thread!


That's how it was for me as well. Happy coincidence.

In Topic: religion

16 February 2011 - 10:35 PM

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Read the rest of the article.

In Topic: religion

16 February 2011 - 08:06 PM




Y_Guy, what is your feeling on the claim that certain subatomic processes are completely random?

Well, if you'll be so kind as to elaborate I'll be glad to voice my opinion.

As far as I've seen, everything that "seems" random is not random at all - atomic radioactive decay was the previous example given.


http://www.askamathe...cian.com/?p=612

Yet the question still arises that, if atomic radioactive decay is truly random, why is it linear and predictable outside of a single molecule?


The link I posted has nothing to do with radioactive decay.

Also, what? I'm not a quantum physicist but are you saying because we can run statistical analyses on the decay of certain atoms and determine a window for when that particle might decay it means that it's not random? Because that's fallacious.

In Topic: religion

16 February 2011 - 07:58 PM


Y_Guy, what is your feeling on the claim that certain subatomic processes are completely random?

Well, if you'll be so kind as to elaborate I'll be glad to voice my opinion.

As far as I've seen, everything that "seems" random is not random at all - atomic radioactive decay was the previous example given.


http://www.askamathe...cian.com/?p=612
That's the best overview description I could find of Bell's expiriment.

In Topic: religion

16 February 2011 - 07:50 PM

Y_Guy, what is your feeling on the claim that certain subatomic processes are completely random?

Edit: and by "claim" I mean "widely-accepted fact".