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Sum over histories and relationships

  1. Nov 21, 2003 #1
    Ok, everyone knows that according to Feynman's theory a subatomic particle traverses all paths from one point to another simultaneously. My idea is to apply this behavior to relationships. For example, given a choice between five girls each choice made invokes a different actual history out of all the potential histories. In the past I would have chosen one over the others, perhaps by flipping coins, but now I am experimenting with a new startegy, pursuing all histories simultaneously. I tried this method out tonight with seven different girls and unfortunately is seems that all histories cancelled each other out; I went home empty handed.
     
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  3. Nov 21, 2003 #2

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    You need to make sure no one sees you, and you don't interact with anything, or you will just exhibit particle-like behaviour and end up nowhere. So its best if you go naked and try to climb in through their windows.
     
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