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by brett » 12 Nov 2009, 03:53
if you have the time or indeed the inclination to read this one ( all 85 pages of it  at which point the skeptics come up with the "i am too busy " or " i have no need to read this excuse " ) you may find some of the ideas and concepts quite interesting , and surprise surprise  in parts it even agrees with some of the leading lights in the skeptical world ( bet they read it now ) any ways enjoy http://www.energeticmedicine.net/research/paraquantummodel.pdf
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by ProfWag » 12 Nov 2009, 05:09
brett wrote:if you have the time or indeed the inclination to read this one ( all 85 pages of it  at which point the skeptics come up with the "i am too busy " or " i have no need to read this excuse " ) you may find some of the ideas and concepts quite interesting , and surprise surprise  in parts it even agrees with some of the leading lights in the skeptical world ( bet they read it now ) any ways enjoy http://www.energeticmedicine.net/research/paraquantummodel.pdf
The only problem with this information that in order for them to work with the padic probabilities that was mentioned as a possible explanation for mediumship, they have to develop a padic probability intuition. Unfortunately, basic math will prevent them from solving the padic scheme directly, at least as far as statisticians can safely say at this point of time in history. For example, Set Ff = {A 2 F : n(A) 2 N} (in particular, Ff contains all finite subsets of W ). Because the partial order structure on N coincides with the standard order structure, we have the standard order relation for n( A), n(B) , where A,B 2 Ff . But P : Ff ® ( ¥ , 0) \ Z and P(A) is increasing if P( A) is rdecreasing to  ¥ . Therefore, for example, probabilities P( A) =  1 or  3 are rather small with respect to probabilities P(B) =  100 or  300. ProfWag

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by brett » 12 Nov 2009, 13:19
ProfWag wrote:brett wrote:if you have the time or indeed the inclination to read this one ( all 85 pages of it  at which point the skeptics come up with the "i am too busy " or " i have no need to read this excuse " ) you may find some of the ideas and concepts quite interesting , and surprise surprise  in parts it even agrees with some of the leading lights in the skeptical world ( bet they read it now ) any ways enjoy http://www.energeticmedicine.net/research/paraquantummodel.pdf
The only problem with this information that in order for them to work with the padic probabilities that was mentioned as a possible explanation for mediumship, they have to develop a padic probability intuition. Unfortunately, basic math will prevent them from solving the padic scheme directly, at least as far as statisticians can safely say at this point of time in history. For example, Set Ff = {A 2 F : n(A) 2 N} (in particular, Ff contains all finite subsets of W ). Because the partial order structure on N coincides with the standard order structure, we have the standard order relation for n( A), n(B) , where A,B 2 Ff . But P : Ff ® ( ¥ , 0) \ Z and P(A) is increasing if P( A) is rdecreasing to  ¥ . Therefore, for example, probabilities P( A) =  1 or  3 are rather small with respect to probabilities P(B) =  100 or  300. ProfWag
and your point is ??
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by ProfWag » 12 Nov 2009, 19:25
brett wrote:ProfWag wrote:brett wrote:if you have the time or indeed the inclination to read this one ( all 85 pages of it  at which point the skeptics come up with the "i am too busy " or " i have no need to read this excuse " ) you may find some of the ideas and concepts quite interesting , and surprise surprise  in parts it even agrees with some of the leading lights in the skeptical world ( bet they read it now ) any ways enjoy http://www.energeticmedicine.net/research/paraquantummodel.pdf
The only problem with this information that in order for them to work with the padic probabilities that was mentioned as a possible explanation for mediumship, they have to develop a padic probability intuition. Unfortunately, basic math will prevent them from solving the padic scheme directly, at least as far as statisticians can safely say at this point of time in history. For example, Set Ff = {A 2 F : n(A) 2 N} (in particular, Ff contains all finite subsets of W ). Because the partial order structure on N coincides with the standard order structure, we have the standard order relation for n( A), n(B) , where A,B 2 Ff . But P : Ff ® ( ¥ , 0) \ Z and P(A) is increasing if P( A) is rdecreasing to  ¥ . Therefore, for example, probabilities P( A) =  1 or  3 are rather small with respect to probabilities P(B) =  100 or  300. ProfWag
and your point is ??
Just for the record in case anyone thinks I knew what I was writing, I didn't. I tried to look up a couple things from the paper that Brett posted in hopes of understanding it a bit more, and that's what I found. Unfortunately, since I didn't major in physics, I still don't understand much of it and, as Brett says, I simply don't have the time today to learn physics. Perhaps by this weekend?

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