>>108736966>The deterministic or probabilistic nature of the quantum world doesn't magically goes away once you change of scale.
It literally does. That is exactly how it works.
A photon is given off by a source - the location and vector is defined by a probability function and that photon is in superposition.
Then the photon interacts with something that has consequences beyond the quantum scale. It bounces off an object. The probability field collapses.>>108736996>if the government allowed competition those things would be better
Except no, that's a shallow and ignorant statement.
Public education is widely considered vastly superior to private education. Private education is for rich kids who couldn't cut it in a public program. Magnet schools and Gifted programs are the ones good colleges value most. It's "a joke" in some very poor areas because funding has been slashed repeatedly by people whose intent is to destroy the image of public schools so they can fully privatize.
Besides that, the majority of the things being discussed (like roads, bridges, phones, electricity, water) are things that have an ultra-massive setup cost which is why the government had to create them with tax dollars in the first place. You seem completely ignorant of the basic concepts behind utilities and public easements. Educate yourself.
Objectivism and Libertarianism are brainlet philosophies for people who can't hold more than a single absolute sentence in their brain at one time. The world is far more complicated than that.