Mathematical Physics


Uncertainty Principle of Mathematics

Authors: Mourici Shachter

This short paper prove that mathematically, Reality is not real . This short paper is not about Heisenberg's uncertainty principle of quantum physics. There is another uncertainty principle that depends solely on mathematical arguments and explains why our world can't be easily equated. Or more accurately can be describe in infinitely different ways all of those representations are mathematically correct. Which mean that the representation of any physical phenomena is not unique. . Given an example how to use it to solve complicate problems in engineering

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[v1] 2012-07-09 04:04:07

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