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Quantum Fluctuations In Absolute Nothingness...

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Posted by nåte/">nåte on February 5, 2000 09:10:56 UTC

sound absurd?

it should.

How does One arrive that a quantum event is plausible when the time interval is 0, and thus the probability and uncertainty of such an event occuring is 0?

It always has amazed me that the popular speculation of scientists, when confronted with BB causalty, systematically assume BB cosmology a result of a "quantum fluctuation".

Do we not forget that the uncertainty of quantum mechanics is directly proportional to the time interval allowed for the event; thus arriving at a probability of such an event occuring?

In short... No time = 0 probability.

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