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We can, of course, speak formally about wave equations as mathematical entities, but when they are applied to the description of the physical world it is reasonable to ask what the waves are undulations of. There seems to be no answer that is generally recognized as adequate. In other realms of physics we study sound waves, vibrating strings, light waves, water waves, etc. People sometimes refer to quantum mechanical waves as waves of probability, but that is not satisfactory, for what the wave gives has to be squared to get a probability.
The tickets cost S1 each, and the payoff for getting the right number is $500. 50. 50 per play. Unfortunately, the lottery has not always been honest. In 1980 it was discovered that the April 24 drawing (and perhaps others) had been 'fixed'. On that occasion, white latex paint had been injected into all of the balls except those numbered 4 and 6, thereby making them heavier than the others. Since the balls are mixed by a jet of air through the bottom of the chamber, and are drawn by releasing one ball through the top, the heavier ones were virtually certain not to be drawn.
It is a motley assortment of axioms that require a strange collection of considerations for their justification. The problem of arbitrary apriorism remains in all of his subsequent work. 17 Camap has stated that the ultimate justification of the axioms is inductive intution. I do not consider this answer an adequate basis for a concept of rationality. Indeed, I think that every attempt, including those by Jaakko Hintikka and his students, to ground the concept of rational degree of belief in logical probability suffers from the same unacceptable apriorism.
A Statistical Study of the Visual Double Stars in the Northern Sky (1915)(en)(5s) by Aitken R.J.