Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Reasons I don't think Wikipedia is Total Bullshit

even though I admit it's not, like, the ultimate solution to the problem of collecting and organizing human knoledge or anything like that.

Reason 1: Article on Bell's Inequality
Reason 2: Article on Borel Functional Calculus

Both of these cover hard material at a intense level of detail, but I vastly prefer this to, say, Mathworld's article on Bell's Inequalities, and their apparent lack of anything corresponding to (2) (though I didn't look very hard). In fact the wikipedia article (2) is pretty mind-blowing to me in terms of hinting at just how much ass you can kick with linear algebra and measure theory.
Tags: physics, quantum, wiki

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