Hans Christian Von Baeyer Quotes

Hans Christian Von Baeyer Quotes: We don't know what energy is, any more than we know what information is, but as a now robust scientific concept we can describe it in precise mathematical terms, and as a commodity we can measure, market, regulate and tax it.
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Hans Christian Von Baeyer Quote: An electron is real; a probability is not.
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Quotes about Hans Christian Von Baeyer: This is not what I thought physics was about when I started out: I learned that the idea is to explain nature in terms of clearly understood mathematical laws; but perhaps comparisons are the best we can hope for.
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Quote about Hans Christian Von Baeyer: The solution of the Monty Hall problem hinges on the concept of information, and more specifically, on the relationship between added information and probability.
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Hans Christian Von Baeyer Sayings: The problem of defining exactly what is meant by the signal velocity, which cropped up as long ago as 1907, has not been solved.
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Hans Christian Von Baeyer Saying: Time has been called God's way of making sure that everything doesn't happen at once. In the same spirit, noise is Nature's way of making sure that we don't find out everything that happens. Noise, in short, is the protector of information.
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