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Discussion of "kazra"
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Comment #2: Re: Distinction between kazra and kantu
Curtis W Franks (Sat Jan 17 23:06:01 2015)

krtisfranks wrote:
> Anything that is conceptually discretized is kantu but such a thing need
> not physically-behave in the nonclassical way that one would describe as
> "quantum mechanical" in our currently understood metaphysics. It is a
> thing that English does not distinguish the two concepts more clearly.
> But, technically, almost all physical currency (bills, coins) are
> quantized but their medium (the physical cloth or metal cylinder which
> considered to be of value) nor the mathematics of the concept of the
> itself actually displays any quantum mechanical properties.

As a result, when "quantum" is used in English in reference to quantum
mechanical entities or behaviours, this word is meant. Likewise, before
this word, Lojban lacked any way to say "quantum", it only had "discrete".

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