Monday, 12 September 2011

More About Probability Waves

First of all, I would like to explain something. In some of my earlier posts I had several "random facts". I was trying to make a "puzzle" that people would solve by going through all the random facts and finding clues and stuff. But I've gotten rather bored with it (i.e. I keep forgetting to do it and am too lazy to go back and edit my posts), so I'm officially giving up. However, I am not throwing the idea away! You (my imaginary followers) can use my master list of random facts, try to solve it (it's not that hard) and use it in your own blog!

Smallpox was eradicated in 1979
Differences in colour of Labrador Retrievers is based on Pigment.
Yellow labs have little pigment, and cannot distribute it well.
Chocolate labs either have lots of pigment and cannot distribute it well or have little pigment and can distribute it well.
Black labs have lots of pigment and can distribute it extremely well.
Herge, author of Tintin, was from france but lived in england.
Tuvan throat singing does not involve holding your throat.
Amazon sells eBooks.
There's a kindle app for the iPad.
Tarzan used to be a book.
Tarzan's father died from a gorilla attack.
Richard A. Watson says Myst Island is bigger.
Rebecca Black's "Friday" stinks.
Bees cannot talk.
Bees do not smoke.
Jeff smith was wrong.
Horses should be afraid around James Cameron.
I am smarter than Justin Beiber.
"They say of the acropolis where the parthenon is" is not a funny video.
2 2 15 12 19 14 6 21 4 8 1 0 0 21 32 0 0 0 0 0 0
Puzzle, anyone?

So, yes. Now, that being said, let's get to the point of this post.

I said that I was going to further explain probability waves. Well, here's a good website that gives a pretty good explanation (it's at the fourth Q&A from the top):

But in order for that to make sense, you should read both of these:

And in order for that to make sense, you should read this thing as well:

And, probably this:

And, if you're still wondering what all this is about, these:

So, yes. I hope these are helpful.

Watch out for loud music gremlins. They'll try to fool your brains!

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