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'Conic Mental Emptiness' by Bilge & jOE Fischer.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2006 9:13 am    Post subject: 'Conic Mental Emptiness' by Bilge & jOE Fischer. Reply with quote

$$ Bilge writes fleming:
Quote:
The uncertainty relations are a consequence of the fact that
observables are hermitian operators.
-=-
QCD is NOT able to even get the unknowns right,
plus it has an inaccuracy (HUP)

The uncertainty relations have nothing to do with accuracy.

$$ 41. HUP down, Higg's Boson & Planck UNcertainty.
$$ You caN'T locate HUP-point A to "ARBiTRARiLY high precision".

$$ Planck UNcertainty of Position A:
$$ [ *PRE*-tunneling ..and *PRE*-momentum, POSiTiON A ].
$$ HUP FAiLs, for it's SCiENTiFiCALLY-iMpossible-EXACTness of A.

$$ [Poor] Bilge whines:
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Picture a cone with the apex pointing -=-.

$$ "As you move along the axis of the cone to
$$ greater distances from the apex," the CONE
$$ GETs BiGGER as the AXiS MEASURE iNCREASES,
$$ ..EiNSTEiN.!!

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-=- -=- the area of the circles [ALSO] becomes larger.

Does the cone become any bigger? No.
Only the point at which you measure the radius of the circles changes.

$$ No, jOE:
$$ As "the point at which you measure the radius of the circles
changes", the CONE GETs BiGGER as the AXiS MEASURE iNCREASES,
$$ ..CONE-head.!!

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Anything magic about that?
$$ My my poor FLUFFY ..what CRACKED-pottery NEXT.?!!


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The base of a cone has a larger cross sectional area than the apex.
Does it require a substance for a cone to exist?

$$ "Any SPACE is 'emptiest' where there isN'T even light."

$$ Hiesenberg was NOT WRONG just because he got CAUGHT too OFTEN
$$ trying to ((focus)) on BOTH ENDs of velocity VECTORs, at ONCE.

Re: DiVERGENT conic MENTAL emptiness ..OUTside of physical points.
Re: "Physical EMPTiNESS, iN Between POiNTs" by jOE Fischer (2005).
Re: "The PHYSiCs of EMPTiNESS OUTside of POiNTs" j Fischer (2006).
[Go-go NETSCAPE newsgroups < alt.sci.nanotech > and < bit.org > ].
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