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The uncertainty principle is one of the most famous (and probably misunderstood) ideas in physics. It tells us that there is a fuzziness in nature, a fundamental limit to what we can know about the behaviour of quantum particles and, therefore, the smallest scales of nature. Of these scales, the most we can hope for is to calculate probabilities for where things are and how they will behave. Unlike Isaac Newton's clockwork universe, where everything follows clear-cut laws on how to move and prediction is easy if you know the starting conditions, the uncertainty principle enshrines a level of fuzziness into quantum theory.The uncertainty principle says that we cannot measure the position (x) and the momentum (p) of a particle with absolute precision. The more accurately we know one of these values, the less accurately we know the other.

Puppypower Firstly I have taken the trouble to scan through your vast number of words and come to the following conclusions. What you are writing has nothing to do with any sort of analysis of the topic that I started.It appears to have been written using a science and cosmology keyword random text generator and is total garbage.It is therefore not worth the effort of taking apart and is best ignored by others. I would request that if it is possible all the conversations and flaming after my initial presentations on the main topic be deleted or moved to another location by the administrators because it is just not worthy of this site's attention.