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HueponiK
04.11.2005, 07:08
how can i subscribe for "announcement" forum, not specific thread? or it is not possible at all?

(i check homepage everyday :) just can't stop)

Nemerov
04.11.2005, 10:58
how can i subscribe for "announcement" forum, not specific thread? or it is not possible at all?
On the left side: Forum, select "Announcements" on the right, click on "Forum Tools" on the upper right of the page. Choose "Subscribe to this forum" from the list.


(i check homepage everyday :) just can't stop)
You do have a live as well, don't you?

Methadon
04.11.2005, 14:46
How does it come that some people have 0 posts?
Like HueponiK, he wrote on message know, or maybe it is just an imagination.

I suppose it is bug.

Nemerov
04.11.2005, 17:02
or maybe it is just an imagination.
I guess his pet is called a Schroedinger's cat.

Methadon
04.11.2005, 17:30
I guess his pet is called a Schroedinger's cat.
Wasn't that some kind of crazy experiment?

LocutusofBorg
04.11.2005, 17:32
Schroedingers cat is dead, isn't it? ;)

The reason for the postcount is that the board counts the
posts in some kind of "scheduled tasks", or in other words:
cronjob.

Therefore you will experience a slight delay between some
things that the board performs at night (to save some CPU-
power).

It is NOT a bug but a feature ;)

LocutusofBorg
04.11.2005, 17:39
@Methadon: It is about an hypothetical experiment - not a
real one. Most physic-students and chemical students
know about it ;)

Methadon
04.11.2005, 18:02
@Methadon: It is about an hypothetical experiment - not a
real one. Most physic-students and chemical students
know about it ;)

Well I'm none of the above mentioned, but I know that it was something about killing a cat in some crazy way.

estimablesir
04.11.2005, 18:15
Schroedingers cat is dead, isn't it? ;)

If schrodinger's cat is still in the box, it's still just a waveform. It's both dead and alive at the same time according to quantum law. Isn't that wierd?

LocutusofBorg
04.11.2005, 19:34
It's both dead and alive at the same time according to quantum law. Isn't that wierd?

not from a quantum-view of things;)

apart from that I want you to take a look to the damn cat -
et voila: dead :D

Eight-8all
04.11.2005, 21:32
I see why this topic is in the OFF-topic section!;)

Methadon
04.11.2005, 22:06
I see why this topic is in the OFF-topic section!;)
Yeah, after Nemerov's answer (the first reply) there was no need of further posting.
It's my fault, sorry. ;)

Nikos
05.11.2005, 08:14
If schrodinger's cat is still in the box, it's still just a waveform. It's both dead and alive at the same time according to quantum law. Isn't that wierd?Well, the experiment was about sub-particles (I think), not stuff as big as cats. I believe Schrodinger used a cat to make it more understandable.

All in one, it meas: If a "quantum" (what's that?) is there, we don't know its state. We have to scan it first. But if we scan it, we are "disturbing" it (we interact with it). Before that, it can be in two states at the same time. At the moment the interaction happens, it chooses one of two states.

Weird. I think the quantum computer will utilize that (and implement uncrackable encryption).

Xristaki
05.11.2005, 08:26
All in one, it meas: If a "quantum" (what's that?) is there, we don't know its state. We have to scan it first. But if we scan it, we are "disturbing" it (we interact with it). Before that, it can be in two states at the same time. At the moment the interaction happens, it chooses one of two states.

Weird. I think the quantum computer will utilize that (and implement uncrackable encryption).

Stop it Niko! You know Starforce will probably implement this if they read it!

Nikos
05.11.2005, 08:31
Stop it Niko! You know Starforce will probably implement this if they read it!LOL

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