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THE HIDDEN ANGLERS KNOT STRENGTH VARIABLE"CAN A QUANTUMMECHANICAL DESCRIPTION OF AN ANGLERS PHYSICAL REALITY BE CONSIDERED COMPLETE?"[An analysis of entanglement effects within piscatorial superstrings]BY ZA RESEARCH PROFESSORS HAILLE P QUASIMODO AND PROFESSOR PORTEOUS PLUKEPERCH Advanced laboratory experiments have demonstrated the existence of a hidden variable at work within an anglers objective reality. This has arisen due to the apparent paradox that a superstring entanglement within an angling environment appears to have less observable effect on any given material than a superstring entanglement in a non angling environment. This paradoxical effect is described by the anglers uncertainty (Δ) about the subject (X) times the Plukeperch uncertainty (ΔP) which we find is greater than or equal to a Complete Planck divided by two times the Quasimodo uncertainty (ΔQ). This is known as The Plukeperch/Quasimodo Complete Planck Slight Uneasiness Principle and stated in the following equation. ΔXΔP≥h/2ΔQ And….where E= Experience of the angler A=Public awareness of the angler n= number of times the knot has been described before in non angling publications and m = Superstring material properties Then, the greater the experience of the angler times the maximum public awareness of the angler times preangling publications, publication squared, divided by the actual physical properties of the superstring material, gives a new quantum Plukeperch/Quasimodo slight uneasiness variable strength quantity for superstring entanglements. From this we can derive the formula ΔXΔP≥h/2ΔQ = EAn2/m which, for the sake of simplicity, we have named, The Hidden Anglers Knot Strength Variable. Testing this formula against published laboratory data we can now categorically demonstrate that the claimed strength reductions of string entanglements for anglers on superstring materials are significantly less than those operating in a non angling environment. And, this indicates that for any given fixed property m, knot strength will increase/decrease in direct proportion to E, A or n. Due to ΔXΔP≥h/2ΔQ = EAn2/m it is also quite possible that any entanglement created by an angler in the field when fishing will be stronger than the same entanglement that the same angler creates when not fishing. It is plain that the existence of this highly uncertain and variably local, hidden, collapsed wave, PQ slight uneasiness strength variable precludes the possibility that a quantummechanical description of an anglers physical reality is complete and so, in this sense, we largely agree with Einstein. QED Thank you.

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