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This is the author of the "John and Jan's story", again, sorry.
I did calculation to answer the quaestion 1 by myself.
Please check my mathematical logic by yourself, Sirs.
The root of the problem lies at the number of dimensions.
For example, even an atom of carbon has 12 electrons.
This is translated into a quantum mechanical problem of 36 dimensions.
The keys to the apparent phenomena concerning the organic chemistry must be in the 36-3=33 dimensional space.
In this hidden space, something curious thing must be occuring and proceeding!
How do you address this multi-dimensional problem?
The many-dimensional maniac
November 18, 2012
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