From: Scott R (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 22 2003 - 01:43:12 BST
[Bob:]> >Heisenbergšs Uncertainty
> > Principle comes into play here. You can know the direction OR velocity
> > electron. You canšt know both values at any moment of time.
[Steve:]> Again, "it's random" looks more and more like "I don't know." In
> Heisenberg further said that we can't know. This is a limit of scientific
> inquiry, not a characteristic of the objective world it studies. It also
> suggests that objectivity itself ultimately fails.
[Arthur M.Young in "The Reflexive Universe":] "What is to us uncertainty is,
to the electron, freedom".
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