Re: [sl4] Uploads coming first would be good, right?.

From: Peter de Blanc (
Date: Mon Feb 09 2009 - 20:47:36 MST

John K Clark wrote:
> The Identity Of Indiscernibles tells us that because the two particles
> are
> the same, no measurable change has been made, no change in probability,
> so
> P(x) = P(-x). Probability is just the square of the wave function so
> [ F(x) ]^2 = [F(-x)]^2 . From this we can tell that the Quantum
> wave function can be either an even function, F(x) = +F(-x), or an odd
> function, F(x) = -F(-x). Either type of function would work in our

Isn't x a complex number, and the probability is the square of the
modulus? Then it doesn't follow that F is either even or odd.

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