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#49325 03/03/05 11:17 PM
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Is electricity 100% predictable, given known variables?


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#49326 03/03/05 11:39 PM
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Predictable as far as what?

It obeys the laws of physics, if that's what you mean....

#49327 03/07/05 02:16 PM
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Electricity is a phenomena not fully understood...I guess this is proved by the constant code changes. [Linked Image]


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#49328 03/07/05 02:48 PM
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Yes, given ALL the variables, electricity is predictable. But that's the catch. No one ever has all the variables; there are way too many.


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