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Posted by Paul R. Martin on July 3, 2001 05:04:16 UTC

Hi Mario,

>>>Eagerly awaiting your response,>I do find this interesting, Paul, even if I have no idea what the hell I'm talking about.>Maybe I learned incorrectly, but I never viewed Heisenbergs's principle as giving any wiggle room. Regardless of whether or not we can measure an atom's position, it HAS a position. Regardless of whether or not we can measure an atoms's velocity, it HAS a velocity. Doesn't the principle just regard our ability to measure things on the quantum level rather than deal with the acutal nature of such things? If so, the only wiggle room you have is in your head.

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