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riballoon
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Hello everyone,
I was wondering if anyone had any insight to what Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle says about (super)determinism?
Will determinism forever remain speculative?
As I understand it the principle states that the more accurately you measure one factor of an object, for example speed, the less you can tell of any other factors, for example position. To me this seems we will every only be able to measure an approximation of reality and thus determinism becomes unfalsifiable.
With all this said, I am but a lay enthusiast that barely passed math, so please, any and all insight would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks for your time,
Riley
With all this said, I am but a lay enthusiast that barely passed math, so please, any and all insight would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks for your time,
Riley