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- n. Plural form of half-integer.
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· Consistent, HW-accelerated vnl_math_round for half-integers.
"The problem was that the atoms did not behave as they should according to the theory of quantum physics", tells Jan W. Thomsen and explains, that atoms have two fundamental states - they either rotate a complete revolution around themselves and are then called bosons or they rotate half-integers (½ or 1½) around themselves and are then called fermions.
I mean, even if statements have wrongness 1/2, you can fit 2n lots of wrongness into n statements, and we haven’t even considered the possibility of larger half-integers.