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Toronto : Canada | almost 2 years ago
Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle is a cornerstone of modern-day physics. Formulated by the German physicist Werner Heisenberg, the principle suggests that at the quantum...
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The Uncertainty Principle, Quantum Mechanics Explained

The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle will not be understood until we have a fundamental understanding of time. Because of this I have been working on my own theory. In this theory time is being created on the quantum level and this can explain the Uncertainty Principle. Time is being created by quantum particle wave duality when the wave function collapses it creates a moment in time. Then the wave function moves on again as a wave of future possibilities. The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle is the same uncertainty that we have in are everyday life but at a fundamental level. Each moment of time is created by a photon electron coupling because this process is continuous and at light speed the wave function between the atoms (light or electromagnetic radiation) is a universal constant independent of the motion of the source. Read more at www.quantumartandpoetry.blogspot.com
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