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Old 08 March 2007, 04:28 PM
KirkMcD KirkMcD is offline
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Originally Posted by lynnejanet View Post
I think if you tried to calculate the probability of individual particles in two different solid objects, of different densities, vibrating at just the right frequency to pass next to each other, the probability would be 0.
The probability approaches 0, but it never reaches 0.
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