New Math Makes Scientists More Certain About Quantum Uncerta

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New Math Makes Scientists More Certain About Quantum Uncerta

Postby socrat44 on February 13th, 2020, 3:36 am 

New Math Makes Scientists More Certain About Quantum Uncertainties
New statistical calculations suggest the fundamental quantum limits
of some sensitive measurements may have been off by a factor of pi
By Mark Anderson , 11 Feb 2020
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The practical Heisenberg limits in measuring some quantities
up to the ultimate quantum sensitivity may be larger than
expected—by a factor of pi.
This new finding would, according to physicist Wojciech Górecki
of the University of Warsaw in Poland, represent “an impediment
compared to previous expectations.”
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As Werner Heisenberg famously theorized in 1927, the product
of uncertainties of these two observables can never dip below a
very small number equal to Planck’s constant divided by four times pi (h/4π).
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https://spectrum.ieee.org/nanoclast/sem ... ertainties

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Re: New Math Makes Scientists More Certain About Quantum Unc

Postby socrat44 on February 13th, 2020, 3:38 am 

1 - Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle (h/4π) is about limit
of one (single) quantum particle.
2 - Wojciech Górecki Uncertainty can be a limit of statistical
calculations of quantum system (system of many-many quantum particles)
And therefore Wojciech Górecki '' observations of the universe are
a little bit fuzzier than we imagined.''
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