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  1. The random variables are quantum waves in the complex vector without being defined for Cauchy-Schwartz inequality. Decoherence is giving the variables real numbers for position and momentum which voids Cauchy-Schwartz (Uncertainty). QM mathematical objects have random variables when not specifically defined. The second instance of decoherence in the quantum which-way eraser is the particle getting negative correlation again. 0.000000001325220000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 / Meters per Second = Kilograms of an atomic bonded object that will have defined
  2. Say I have an aircraft. I know it's thrust and the properties needed to determine its drag. The craft accelerates at at 10 m/s^2. Making the drag equal to the thrust, I determine its max speed to be 180 m/s. If I were to ignore drag, I could simply say it would take 18 seconds to reach maximum velocity, but I am attempting to determine how long it would take to reach 180 m/s including drag. As the velocity increases, the drag force with increase exponentially, so the net thrust/rate of acceleration would decrease each second. Is there a way to wrap F=ma with F=(CApv^2)/2 to determine the time
  3. Although I enjoy working on challenging mathematical problems and discussing physics, I also love playing guitar and piano, and writing musical compositions. I've been playing and writing music for over 26 years, but these past three years my skill has finally developed to the point where I'm able to compose symphonies, chamber pieces, and all sorts of musical creations. I compose music using Pro Tools 10 and render the music using the XPand2 synthesizer and Garritan's orchestral sound packages. However, Pro Tools lacks decent tools to edit the MIDI and add dynamics to the voices. I'm looki
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