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Harvey, Position And Momentum ARE Uncertain At ANY Level.

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Posted by Alexander on November 2, 2001 18:11:55 UTC

You are incorrect saying that both are certain for large objects - they are THE SAME UNCERTAIN FOR ANY SIZE/MASS OBJECT: delta p delta x > hbar. Measure and multiply uncertainties for a planet, chair, atom, photon, etc - you get THE SAME product.

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