## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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We are , of course , aware of the

pseudoscientific papers written by quacks and charlatans . But we wish to stress

that all the names mentioned in the present context are those of competent and ...

We are , of course , aware of the

**fact**that the literature in relativity abounds withpseudoscientific papers written by quacks and charlatans . But we wish to stress

that all the names mentioned in the present context are those of competent and ...

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It is interesting to see that this erroneous view could have been corrected , in

principle at least , much earlier — in

theory of relativity . Since the Lorentz transformations form a ( linear ) subgroup of

the ...

It is interesting to see that this erroneous view could have been corrected , in

principle at least , much earlier — in

**fact**, even before the advent of the specialtheory of relativity . Since the Lorentz transformations form a ( linear ) subgroup of

the ...

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In

two elements A , B the existence of an element A → B is required which satisfies I

) and II ) , the distributive law is valid and , hence , the lattice is Boolean .

In

**fact**, the following theorem holds : If in an orthocomplemented lattice L . for anytwo elements A , B the existence of an element A → B is required which satisfies I

) and II ) , the distributive law is valid and , hence , the lattice is Boolean .

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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