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29th January 2005 - cellophane — LiveJournal
the story of an invisible girl
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zenmondo From: zenmondo Date: February 2nd, 2005 01:46 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: Revision Needed

But is the indeterminate state actually desired? As soon as that box is opened, the AND equation will always be false, and the OR one will always be true. Though with a closed box, what would the state of "Cat = Dead XOR Alive" be?

I like the conversation between Einstein and Schroedenger, pretty entertaining, since I actually do have experience in desiging digital circuits, though I used TTL ICs and didn't build the logic out of a bunch of resistors, caps, and PnP's.

I probably know more about timing issues than anyone with a measly AAS in Electronics Technology should. But, most of that was learned running the DAS in a lab at Intel -- a piece of test equipment that cost nearly the same as my annual salary.

Einstein is extrememly readable. I'm not one for a mathmatical vocabulary, but I read a book he wrote without math for the layman explaining relativity and the like. It was very, very neat.

I think you are neat, too.
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