|Oct2-04, 06:30 PM||#1|
Why does a fan seem to blow harder than it draws?
Shouldn't the end product of a system with such symmetry be more randomized than the initial?
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|Oct2-04, 07:02 PM||#2|
In short, the fan isn't a very symmetrical system.
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