Quantum Physics


Refutation of the Conjecture for Heisenberg's Principle

Authors: Colin James III

The conjecture for Heisenberg's principle is that for a particle/wave at an exact time, the location, and momentum is impossible to know, that is: the variables as together cannot be true. We show this is not tautologous and hence refute it in the shortest demonstration of its kind.

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