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Would you buy a quantum table?

  1. Jul 7, 2011 #1


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    But I would consider buying a square root table: http://jasonphillipsdesign.prosite.com/995/16458/gallery/square-root-dining-table
    [PLAIN]http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles/77168/projects/563920/aee46b7c1811eace3e79e31e76b22605.jpg [Broken]

    And consider buying a corocotta table: http://jasonphillipsdesign.prosite.com/995/16423/gallery/corocotta-table
    [PLAIN]http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles/77168/projects/572781/bbda5e6ff8bb19a19ed30f532fafef0e.jpg [Broken]

    I'd probably go with the string theory table, though: http://jasonphillipsdesign.prosite.com/995/44451/gallery/string-theory
    [PLAIN]http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles/77168/projects/1338039/db5c3eb1af67c1f3890c06a70cdfa8c0.jpg [Broken]

    The nesting tables have a certain appeal, also: http://jasonphillipsdesign.prosite.com/995/107127/gallery/treforma-nesting-tables
    [PLAIN]http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles/77168/projects/1501119/7c38aefc268becf948563bd192bcc9aa.jpg [Broken]
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  4. Jul 7, 2011 #3
    I wouldn't either. However, thanks for calling my attention to it. I have a lot of trouble studying QFT and the biggest problem is trying to visualize the interaction between matter and energy. The photo of the table helps a lot.
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