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God And Quantum Mechanics (QM) Are Incompartible.

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Posted by Alexander on January 11, 2002 22:45:44 UTC

QM says that due to mathematical Heisenberg uncertainty principle (= Fourie entanglement of momentum with position, and energy with time) it is impossible topredict when and where any of quantum events will take place (=future on quantum level can not be set just due to math). From experiment we know that QM is correct and QM was verified to be accurate to extremely high degree of precision (atomic clocks, lasers, inverse square "virtual photons" law, etc.).

But God claims to know all including quantum future.

Therefore, God and QM are mutually exclusive. Because QM is there, God is NOT.

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