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Re: Postulates

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Posted by Adam/">Adam on June 30, 1998 20:22:25 UTC

: I know a little about relativity, and the : two primaray postulates that make it up.

: 1. Abosolute speed of light. : 2. Measurements must be made 'relative' to other : objects because of the absense of an absolute : medium in which to measure.

: Are there any such postulates in Quantum : Mechanics? I remember reading that Chandrasekher : eventually partially meshed QM with relativity, : so I know its not that new, but how long has it : been around?

: Any other basics of QM you can feed me would be : appreciated, slowly though.

: -Adam

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What about the uncertainty principle? Would that be considered a postulate of QM?


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