Threads Tagged with indeterminacy Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views I was reading the Roger Penrose book Emperor's New Mind and he was explaining the determinism in Newtonian mechanics. ... May27-13 12:53 PM lightarrow 3 451 Classical Physics The rod is made of A-36 steel and has a diameter of 0.25 in and a length of 4 ft. Attached to each end of the rod is a... Feb22-13 11:02 AM rude man 1 454 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Limit of x^((x^x)-1) as x->0 2. Relevant equations... Jan26-13 07:09 PM Zondrina 3 292 Calculus & Beyond Homework I am currently looking at this website: http://www.public.iastate.edu/~fanous/ce332/displ/homepage.html And this... Sep8-12 06:05 PM mneox 0 474 Introductory Physics Homework As far as I know there is no formal definition of quantum indeterminacy and we do not know if there is any difference... Sep1-12 01:08 PM JPBenowitz 0 423 Quantum Physics I know that wind is the result of fluids being drawn from high pressure to low pressure among other classical forces. ... Apr15-12 06:44 AM mfb 1 535 Quantum Physics So, I recently read "Divining Light" by Ted Kosmatka. In it, he proposes a thought experiment (acted out in full by... Jan19-12 01:32 PM eaglelake 2 848 Quantum Physics No object can travel faster than the speed of light, so it would appear evident that the uncertainty in the speed of... Dec2-11 12:29 AM Barakn 1 543 Introductory Physics Homework Block Time vs Q. Indeterminacy ( 1 2 3 ... Last) Block Time in relativity where past, present and future exist all the time seems to be in conflict with quantum... Nov30-11 04:00 AM stglyde 109 8,013 Special & General Relativity I am an entering college freshman and i have a few questions about the uncertainty principle and hope my... Sep16-11 09:39 AM DrChinese 2 933 Quantum Physics Sorry this isn't for a particular question, just wondering if anyone knows how to determine degree of static... Mar25-11 04:52 AM viscousflow 1 3,849 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework A statically stable truss may not be geometrically stable. for a plane truss, Triangle is a basic stable shape.... Mar25-10 08:31 PM P0zzn 0 5,458 General Engineering Hello, folks - The descriptions I read for laymen say that once a particle is measured or observed, it's wave... Dec1-06 12:19 PM Lelan Thara 17 2,119 Quantum Physics As a dedicated amateur, I can more or less follow along with stuff like Brian Greene's popular books, although the... Oct11-06 03:19 PM Igor Khavkine 2 898 General Physics Is there are conflict between the time-symmetry of some elementary processes and the evolution of the wave functions... Jun6-06 12:23 PM El Hombre Invisible 4 1,356 Quantum Physics 'Time and Indeterminacy vs. Continuity' Sorry; I couldn't resist that. (Peter Lynds theory) What is time? ... May13-04 01:38 PM LURCH 14 3,078 General Physics