I guess we'll just have to publish Elsevier! (I'll see myself out)
So that's lower resolution than the 12 year old, 22.2" IBM T220? Yeah, it's mind-blowing all right. Where did it all go so horribly wrong?
Only if you approach 0 from the positive side. The limit of 1/n for n -> 0+ is infinity; the limit of 1/n for n -> 0- is minus infinity. Which is why you can't in general assign a value of infinity to 1/0.
Yeah, it might interpret it as a "thumbs up"... Come to think of it, that interpretation would probably be correct anyway.
Incorporate an IQ-test in UEFI.Problem solved!
You can't even read write!
That's because you missed a T!
But it IS possible to understand the math behind the uncertainty principle, even though the OP obviously doesn't.
Yeah, okay, so I wasn't completely stringent in my choise of words, but I think the point got through
The point is that if you measure whether or not the photon went through slit 1, you "force it to take a stand", and choose which slit to go through. Thus, the wave function collapses and you no longer get the interference pattern, but just two blops of photons on the back wall.
I don't think you know what "exceeding the goal" means. This wasn't expected to be a perfect, smooth flight with a soft landing - it was the very first flight of an incomplete version of an all new design, and the succes criterium was simply "getting liftoff". And by that standard, it was a huge success!
X61s here. Last of the breed; I really wish it was available with Sandy Bridge and perhaps a 1400x1050 IPS-screen... Guess I will have to bite the bullet and buy an X220, in spite of the 16:9 screen.