A particle resists our idea of either-or: it's not here or there, it's sort of both. It's not spinning clockwise or counter-clockwise, but a bit of both. It gets a definite location or spin only when it's measured.
So, without measuring, the particle does not exist. The fact that you cannot measure it's spin while knowing it's location (measuring one affects the other) does not logically result in a change of laws; it does not mean that it's "both" until "we" look at it (or measure it), it means we assume both states being possible, because we're not going to measure.
Bastard Programmer from Hell
if you can't read my code, try converting it here[^]
if you click through the links in the register page it works. but the link to her profile that you gave doesn't!
Lobster Thermidor aux crevettes with a Mornay sauce, served in a Provençale manner with shallots and aubergines, garnished with truffle pate, brandy and a fried egg on top and Spam - Monty Python Spam Sketch
Besides the fact that Mrs. _Maxxx_ needs all the luck in the world just being married to me (yes, I know, hard to believe, but I'm probably not (quite) the best hubby in the world) she is opening her chocolate shop tomorrow in the local village.
This is one MASSIVE step. She has really impressed me with the way she has taken this on - from embryonic idea, to having her sister pull out of the partnership, through delays with the lease, buggered up deliveries (don't EVER use DHL) she's got there, and tomorrow will be a BIG day.,
no fanfare, just a quiet opening - probably just for a few hours on the first day (there's a problem with the aircon, so the windows may need to be boarded up at lunchtime to avoid a chocolate waterfall out the door!)
I am safe in the knowledge that the though of visiting Code Project to Mrs. _Maxxx_ is as watching an entire series of Big Brother would be to me, and so I can say