|Jun27-12, 02:46 PM||#1|
I'm really new to the concept of quantum mechanics...
From what I've gathered about quantum mechanics, it's based on probability, correct? (Yes, it's true that I know next to NOTHING about this subject) Could someone explain to me how we've come to discover this and how it contradicts classical mechanics?
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|Jun27-12, 02:59 PM||#2|
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