Re: Statistics, wave/particles and 'lies'

Chris Lees (
Tue, 06 Jul 1999 06:49:28 +0100

Date: Tue, 06 Jul 1999 06:49:28 +0100
From: Chris Lees <>
Subject: Re: Statistics, wave/particles and 'lies'

Chris Lofting wrote :

> Appologies to all for wasting their time.

Not at all. I for one have found it a riveting entertainment, and
regret that Aaron begins to slip into ad hominems and criticisms
of grammar, especially as his own grammar is not impeccable.
I'm still not sure who is right though. I get the feeling that it's
the old story of the blind men feeling the elephant...or is it
Aaron being reductionist and Chris being wholistic ?
I've read as much as I can on the wave/particle paradox. It is a
wonderful mind boggler. It ain't going to get sorted by insulting
remarks, so I do hope Aaron doesn't give up the struggle to
comprehend what you are trying to explain to us all Chris, although
I share some of Aaron's frustration. It's not so easy to understand.


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