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Mortenson, Brooks, J., 2010a Double Your Kin. Last day we argued that one way to model the experiment was to solve the time-dependent Schrodinger equation. The axle attaches to the crossbar at the center of mass. Electric current as the rate of flow of charge; potential difference as work done per unit charge. It would not only take an infinite amount of energy to actually localize the system at that point, there would also be an infinity of newly created particles coming out. – CuriousOne Dec 21 '14 at 16:16 Oh okay.

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