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(Science Blogs)   Theorizing that one could teleport software within his own brain, Doctor Sam Beckett led an elite group of scientists into CES Booth 35853 to market a top secret project, known as QuantumMAN   ( scienceblogs.com) divider line
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2013-01-08 12:05:57 PM  
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2013-01-08 05:46:07 PM  
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Lord Dimwit: LordOfThePings: "The entire universe including the human body and maladies that afflict it operates on the principles of quantum mechanics. Chemical based treatment systems do not operate according to those princicples [sic] and, as such, are not compatible with human physiology as evidenced by their adverse side-effects."

When science zigs, you ZAG.

I basically assume that anyone who says "quantum mechanics" has no idea what they're talking about. This includes physicists too, but they agree with me.

Richard Feynman famously said, "If you think you understand quantum mechanics, you don't."

Nobel Prize winning Steven Weinberg: "I think he's right. There's something deeply disturbing about any of the various candidate interpretations of quantum mechanics, and I think what may be required is a new rethinking of quantum mechanics, but I'm getting nowhere so far."
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