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Re: Is complexity increasing or decreasing?
« Reply #25 on: 30/12/2005 10:37:13 »
Sorry but you are still thinking the wrong way and I can't think of any more convincing arguments at the moment.  

Your suggested experiment just indicates more clearly the impossibility and futility of mesuring the motions of individual atoms in a gas or liquid because the knowledge of either of them would not produce any different results from the statistics of the kinetic theory when augamented by a few other corrections like Van der walls forces that allow viscosity to be estimated.

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Re: Is complexity increasing or decreasing?
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