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On 25 Jan 2002, at 0:24, Philip Jonkers wrote:
> Although truly inventive they never managed to do just that, in fact every
> test gave results in harmony with QM predictions.
> QM has stood the tooth of time for too long to discard it by arguments
> of a hand-waving, religious or down-right emotional flavor.
Well, what survived throughout the history of QM is that we don't
understand how certain probabilites and statistics come about. But
this doesn't mean that they are a result of indeterministic or
> Nature seems to
> be intrinsically indeterministic at small enough scales.
Nature seems to be hard to understand and hard to observe at
small enough scales. QM gives the answer, like all religions, to the
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