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Posted by Astrophysicist on June 30, 1998 20:54:11 UTC

The uncertainty principle is a major factor in making deductions based on quantum mechanics. However, with these observations that Schnee and I are talking about right now, it doesn't come into effect. Anyways, tell me what you know about the uncertainty principle, and if you're missing any important info i'll fill you in.

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