SV: Capacity of the brain

Maynard Handley handleym at ricochet.net
Wed Nov 24 11:41:08 EST 1999


In article <onC_3.16828$1C4.161759 at news1.online.no>, "patrik bagge"
<patrik-b at online.no> wrote:

>>Nonsense.  Ever heard of probability theory?
>>
>>Quantum mechanics (in one interpretation) is probabilistic, but most
>>certainly is a hard science -- one of the most successful scientific
>>theories in existence, in fact.
>
>
>successful, in what aspect?
>
>1) human good
>2) animal good
>3) practical equipment
>4) money
>5) a-bomb or qm-bomb
>6) energy that warms our house
>7) search for God

Oh for fucks sake, grow up. 
Good in the sense of a SCIENTIFIC THEORY. That is, predictions match
experimental results to a high degree of accuracy.

Maynard


>Best
>/pat




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