SV: Capacity of the brain

patrik bagge patrik-b at
Wed Nov 24 12:09:29 EST 1999

Maynard Handley skrev i meddelandet ...
>In article <onC_3.16828$1C4.161759 at>, "patrik bagge"
><patrik-b at> 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.

Hi aunt may, consider the above a human psychological
stimulus -> respons experiment, then things might get
a bit more 'grown up' for you....

four-letter-word regards

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