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Posted by Michael Libbie on March 12, 2001 21:56:00 UTC

heisenberg published his mathematical analysis the same year that Schrdinger published his mathematical analysis of the mechanics of de Broglie's pilot wave.
heisenburg's analysis indicated that the best one could do is discover a probability(within certain limits). his contention that the behavior of particles in the microuniverse can never under any circumstances be defined with any degree of certainty has come to be known as the "uncertainty principle".

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