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When You Can't Measure Time, There Is No Causality.

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Posted by Alexander on October 4, 2001 22:34:48 UTC

Heizenberg wave uncertanty principle results in impossibility to causally relate low-energy events happening close in time to each other.
Thus "apparent" non-causality (and non-locality) in QM.

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