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Tintin, Snowy, and Captain Haddock subscribe to Professor Calculus' moon day trip.

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The notion of duality plays an important part in determining the form of the discrimination operation. It leads to the following further notions: two elements may be (i) the same or identical, (ii) duals, (iii) essentially different. Duality has been defined for c and c∗ which come from two related discriminations, but the structure of the system is such that every element can be expressed (in many ways) as a discrimination, so that a∗ and b∗ also exist. To determine when two elements are duals will require a signal for exactly the same reasons as for when they are identical, and this signal must be different from that indicating identity.

It leads to the following further notions: two elements may be (i) the same or identical, (ii) duals, (iii) essentially different. Duality has been defined for c and c∗ which come from two related discriminations, but the structure of the system is such that every element can be expressed (in many ways) as a discrimination, so that a∗ and b∗ also exist. To determine when two elements are duals will require a signal for exactly the same reasons as for when they are identical, and this signal must be different from that indicating identity.

The appearance of recondite kinds of particle properties brings to mind the quark. This is indeed needed to complete the current picture of atomic constitution but the quark cannot be said to be a part of the spatial particle picture. One may insist that with quarks the particle picture has had to change, but since they cannot be isolated they are something different and we leave discussion of them and their conceptual place to later chapters. Let us anticipate the conclusions of this book to see where its argument takes the particle concept.

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