« on: 11/02/2018 13:00:30 »
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Alan - when we say in physics lessons that liquids are incompressible, is that a small lie? For water to become denser at greater depth, as we know it does and as you have mentioned above, then it must be compressing a bit. So are physics teachers lying when they say this?!
Alan appears to have addressed this; which just leaves me needing to clarify:- Is the distinction between indeterminacy and uncertainty that uncertainty is something inherent to the system, while indeterminacy arises from external factors?