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#47 - N. Korean citizen (08/05/2012) [-]
You're close. The Schrodinger equation here describes the location of a free (not bound) particle. There is no wave shenanigans going on here at all. The graphical solution to this equation is a "wave-packet" which describes the probability density, such that if you were to square it, you would get the probability of finding the particle at a given location. As for quantum interference, you would really observe it at really low temperatures (see Bose-Einstein condensate) because the wave packets describing the location of the particle become so big and so close to each other that they start to overlap and interfere and thus devolve into the same quantum state. This only pertains to bosons however (meaning particles with integer spin) like helium and iridium, and not fermions (most everything else).
tl;dr this equation shows you how to find a particle somewhere
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#18 - DyfedDarkly (04/27/2012) [-]
It's a known fact, that in martial arts, you have counters and moves that are used specifically to nullify certain attacks. I am just saying that most benders learn a form, and associate their bending with it. Fire users learn katas and so on, as shown in the first series. Once you know how they move and attack, and take the time to learn their katas, they will become easy to counter. Most people who learn martial arts never reach the level that they move beyond memorization, and are usually limited by only the basic moves they repeat over and over, not seeking to develop themselves. It's true that a Chi Blocker might have a harder time with someone with more fighting experience and time to learn more than just basic bending/fighting. However, look at who they were fighting.... thugs, a half-trained avatar, and street urchins... read about martial arts some time, and how a well trained master can predict a move by the slightest hint of muscle movement.
We could be giving them to much credit, but I don't see anyone saying they have powers beyond the norm.