>From: W. C.
>
> >From: Bruno Marchal
> >...
> >Not at all. I mean it in the operational physical sense. Like observing 
> >your hand with a microscope, or looking closely to the "path" of an 
> >electron.
> >...
>
>Any microscope (optical or electron type)? What's the min. magnification & 
>resolution to see it?
>I need to find one to try what you said.
>

I tried to check my finger as you said with different resolutions of 
microscopes.
But I still can't see that ""matter" is the result of a sum on an infinity 
of interfering computations".
Can you tell me why?

Thanks.

WC.

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