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  1. You still haven’t explained what you mean by “shortest distance between two surfaces” I assume this is the slit separation, or related to it (since d is measured center-to-center) Diagrams help. Being vague does not. I don’t know what two/four source math means. My assertion us clearly true. The equation works. I’ve done the measurement, as have countless others. It would seem you have not. Asserting otherwise is not an argument in good faith. Do you have data and experimental results to share? Better still, it shouldn’t be hard to find a
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  2. Toyota recently announced plans to release cars soon using a solid state battery to replace lithium ion. These types of advances surely help. https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Technology/Toyota-s-game-changing-solid-state-battery-en-route-for-2021-debut
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  3. Thank you for a practical demonstration that many youtube videos are unreliable, so as to be unusable as a source of evidence. Which is why they are frowned on in ScienceForums. I will be able to point to this thread in future as good reason for upholding that policy.
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  4. None of the above makes any sense. But the one that really stands out... You do realize 'sound' is a pressure wave, don't you ? Do you actually know ANY Physics ?
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  5. If they can reasonably accurately recognize and quantify the benefits and harm to the public, why should it not be within their mandate to put in place reasonable taxes and/or incentives, and allow the industries to compete on that basis, and essentially pick winners and losers on that economic market basis? Why should clean energy have to compete evenly against a dirty one barely meeting some arbitrary target, if the difference can be fairly and efficiently quantified?
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  6. As my Mum used to say, "funny peculiar not funny haha"
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  7. I have not used PyTorch so I can't offer an opinion but I would not be surprised if there are scenarios where PyTorch is an obvious choice. Google for instance provides Tensor Processing Units (TPUs) and TensorFlow could be a good choice when the model has suitable properties. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tensor_Processing_Unit
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  8. How about this? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46568913/tensorflow-import-error-no-module-named-tensorflow
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  9. I find anaconda useful for managing environments. I also had problems installing tensorflow, then a bunch of computer scientists said google didn't support it that much and that Pytorch was the way to go anyway.
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  10. a very very bad video , but a qualified musics
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  11. an artistic party would be good really under a music like this : piano piano piano
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  12. light light light oh romantic?? noooooo! what ? just a tea ..
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  13. So if I merely suggested that too silly is actually a psychotic child molester without providing any evidence whatsoever... Your theory is, you would thank me as a common courtesy and allow me to continue posting on this board. I would suggest you're not very good at theoretical reality So your theory is that something in the garbage he typed might have something to do with facts concerning the double slit experiment. Once again I don't think you're grasping the concept of reality It is a plain fact that I have diligently attempted to stay on the subject. Why do I nee
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  14. What would I be banned for? I haven't invaded your privacy or talked about how you make a living. Too silly is doing those things and clearly if he was doing them to you this message board would protect you. Clearly you have double standards. Just for fun could you quote something I've said that's factually wrong? Accurately quoting me "So you don't think gravitational air pressure makes it possible for air to transmit sound?" Is Gravity the proximate cause of air pressure in a strict sense? Is uncompressed air capable of transmitting sound?
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  15. (d/lambda) *pi*D = this equals the width of a on or off Fringe. Applying this formula to the shortest distance between two surfaces will give you the size of the envelope fringes. Applying it to the largest distance between two surfaces gives you the size and number of the smaller fringes. Any two source math applied to the double slit experiment will in fact not get the correct answer. You have to use the 4 source math are you will not get experimental confirmation. Your assertion is plainly false. My simple math not only predicts as well as their complex math. It prope
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