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    Off topic's off topic thread

    In response to Harrison's challenge (see Anti Virus software thread) I declare we have an off topic thread in which each post has absolutely nothing to do with the last. This way, we can now claim that all off topic deviations can easily be cut and pasted into this thread and it won't seem out of place.

    P.S. Props to Buleste for giving me the idea!
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    We need more medoeration on this site.
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    Personally I think rain drops are currently too small and a consensus needs to be undertaken to determine if it is a matter of concern!

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    Sure, that's it!

    In effect, we've seen that the quantum electron is a double agent, victim of wave-particle duality. The wave associated with the electron corresponds in fact to a probability to find the said quantum electron at a given location.
    The particle is no longer a classical material point but a bundle of probabalistic waves, a superimposition of potential movements. Electronic orbits must give way to the notion of orbitals, (a sort of fuzzy and probabalistic sphere), in which the electron will be in some ways diluted all around the nucleus.

    It's not until physicists interact with the atom to observe the electron, that it appears as a particle: It's as though the undulatory electronic cloud suddenly reduces into a solid material particle. If it is necessary to risk an image to illustrate this curious phenomena, one could imagine the electron as a sub-marine which emerges, long enough for a measurement, from its probabalistic ocean. Later, it submerges and it will be impossible to an observer from the surface to localise it with any precision: one could do no more that define the volume of the ocean where the submarine could probably be found.
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