How do you feel about Quantum Mechanics?
Maybe there should be a step between I practically invented it and "I understand it a bit" for people (definetly not me) who understand it a lot but still wouldnt say they kenw so much they practically invented it.
The basic principles, I understand, but certainly not the mathematics (I'm only 14!).
I've had formal training in it so, I'm perfectly happy with anything at undergraduate level, though I do have to refer back to my textbooks quite alot.
The way things are always breaking these days its always helpful to have a good mechanic in the neighborhood.
Is thaaaat right?? Is having a question greater than having an answer??
There's a saying that if you understand quantum mechanics you don't understand it.
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Picasso once said: Computers are useless. They can only give you answers.
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Someone once said: Painting is useless. It's only done by those who can't master photography.
General ideas? yes.
Some of the general mathematics? sort of.
Some of the advanced mathematical concepts? not yet .
Understand it fairly well. Know more in the area of quantum information then in the quantum mechanics itself. Certainly cannot claim to have practically invented it.
Speaking of Picasso, from my per-
spective quantum mechanics does
for physics what Picasso did for
the human figure.
And please don't take that the
wrong way: I think Picasso was
a horrible artist.
So you find it aesthically unpleasing? Well, physical theories are just meant to be functional.
In general yes. Most of the conclusions seem to have been drawn in a logical manner , it is when you cannot explain things logically that the question begins to get a bit vague.
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