JCS: Maxwell and molecules

Ron Blue rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU
Wed Dec 18 10:36:04 EST 1996

On Fri, 13 Dec 1996, Stan Klein wrote:
> I have no problem with giving Bose-condensates some amount of awareness.
> Since many people think that thermostats have some awareness of the average
> kinetic energy of the neighboring molecules, why can't Bose-condensates have
> something similar. Thermostats even can act on their 'feelings'. 
Slinky, slinky oh what a wonderful toy!  Is a slinky a Bose-condensates?
Does it calculate quantum coherence?  It learns, it has memory, it moves,
it is aware, it is creative, it is a correlational opponent-processing
system with wavelets of interacting forces.

Ron Blue

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