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Re: what most every language is missing :-)
Trevis Rothwell wrote:
> Maybe if instead of giving a definite "true", it would work like
> schrodinger's-cat =? dead -> "hmmm... could be..."
> schrodinger's-cat =? alive -> "hmmm... could be..."
> Either way, is there a semantic difference between saying "the cat
> might be alive" and "the cat might not be alive"? Certainly the
> first one sounds more positive and the second one more negative,
This depends on whether you like the particular cat or not. (Or cats in
> but is there an actual difference?
This depends on how you define "actual difference". ;)
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