I have read some books about quantum physics.There are about too kinds of interpretation about uncertainty relationship.The first is that it consists in single measurement.However the other one is statistical explanation that it just consists in measuring repeatedly.I support the former because if the latter is true ,it is just the same as classical statistical mechanical.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Does someone agree with me ?or Does someone have more reasonable interpretation .

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