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Classic Position And Momentum Are Not Entangled.

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Posted by Alexander on November 5, 2001 09:51:59 UTC

In classic physics, Plank constant is considered to be very small number. So, classic is a limit at which h is set to zero.

What I meant is that regardless size, energy, mass, etc, all objects (small or large) obey exactly the same "amount" of uncertainty (=h) as prescribed by uncertainty principle for small objects. The reason you do not see it for large objects is just because their size (or momentum)is simply much bigger than the uncertainty of their position (or uncertainty of momentum).

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