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Daffy Duck
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« Reply #15 on: April 20, 2007, 04:24:15 pm »

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daffy,  i can't find heaft in the dictionary.  i thought it was a typo.

LOL, I can't find it in the dictionary either.  SO, it are a typo.  OK, when I read it, "heaft" became "heft" to me (by Merl's contextual use associated with weight, preceding sentence).  I can see where you got "heat". Smiley


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I don't think the water wave analogy is valid.

I know it isn't.  Just trying to give myself an every-day similarity to an (energy/light) wave.  In smoke or fog, turn on a flashlight - I get a beam, same with laser pointer.  Yet, it's a wave.  I'm also familiar with the 'slit experiment' (interference) on how waves can act as particles, and vice versa.  So, somewhere in there, has to be the stumbling block that I'm desperately trying to trip over.
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