- From Yiddish געמיש (gemish, "mixture"), from German Gemisch (Wiktionary)
“In the gemish of opinion and thought the anti-global warming trend is what I see as generally conservative.”
“So on top of the two versions above the whole gemish might split off into a vast number of branches of possible elementary outcomes when ever there is some quantum demolition or decoherence.”
“To collin237: The complexity of the detector states come in because there may be a whole gemish of states between the system states and some quantum state for the “needle” of the detector.”
“This machine slams heavy ions together which generates high energy “plasmas” of quarks, gluons, leptons and a gemish of other gauge particles.”
“Now I suspect that the einselection principle for the universe we observe, and not a whole gemish of other amplitudes for other cosmologies, is a maximal complexity conjecture.”
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