I'm not sure whether this has been discussed before. If one just looks at Heisenberg's uncertainty relation (energy-time), one easily sees that this is not Lorentz invariant. Even very simple results, such as the energy of a particle in a potential well seems not to transform according to the Lorentz transformation. How can it be that such simple and basic results from quantum physics are in such striking contradiction with special relativity ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Heisenberg's uncertainty relation not invariant ?

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