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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on October 12, 2001 21:33:27 UTC

(My own) >>>"One way of looking at it is this: we cannot escape our flow through time coordinates from the standpoint of the other 3 dimensional coordinates, and we cannot escape our fluctuations within the other 3, from the standpoint of temporal coordinates. This is what e=mc^2 was all about, Einstein's brainstorm that 'rocked' the world."

This is where I see the relativity thing suggesting the Uncertainty Principle. Anyone agree/disagree? Did anyone draw this conclusion from a philosophical standpoint before Heisenberg found it through more scientific means? Or have I been taking the same 'funny pills' I frequently accuse others of taking???


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