From: Philip Jonkers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat 17 May 2003 - 16:38:52 GMT
>>Either way I don't see the purpose of invoking the great Quantum Spirit
>>In The Sky to describe cultural elements, even if they are small and
>>intangible. Please enlighten me if you feel otherwise...
>The adjective quantum could suggest a packet or that there are dicrete
>separations, but to bridge quantum physics with cultural phenomena would
>probably be a dog that hunts poorly.
>Quantum sounds cool and is a choice buzzword, even if it doesn't rhyme with
Of course, "quantum" sounds cool ( :-) ) but that hardly justifies
the abuse of the poor word.
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