Gregor Cuzak

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Bosonic fermionicity


Could it be that bosons do comply with the Pauli principle, because they are in truth only representatins of coupled fermions, wherein such must comply anyhow?

Could it be that coupling of fermions neccesitates creation of bosons?

Coupling does mean that entropy decreases, order increases. If a boson always implies coupling, is it then the case that any boson carries with it the difference of entropy, alas disorder?

If the above mentioned is true, then bosons are just information describing the state of fermions. But the implication is that fermions are also nothing else but clumps of information. What’s more, whenever some part of information gets ordered, then another part of information gets out of order.

Sounds like coupled lovers.

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