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Uncertainty principle - Wikipedia


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The Uncertainty Principle is true because: 1. Physics obeys the rules of mathematics. 2. Mathematics requires the Uncertainty Principle. I'll get back to (1) in a ...


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Pauli exclusion principle - Wikipedia


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The Uncertainty Principle (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)


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