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I'm new to this forum so I apologize if this has already been discussed.

While reading Godel's incompleteness theorem, the possibility occurred to me of interpreting Heisenberg's uncertainty principle in terms of an underlying universal axiomatic system. The basic idea being that any part of the universe behaves according to a fixed set of laws or "axioms" and that at any given point in space/time all events that do not contradict these laws are possible. Therefore, if the underlying axiomatic construct is robust enough there are events that can occur but which do not arise from any possible sequence of axiomatic laws applied to a previous cause. I'm wondering if there are any current physicist that subscribe to this interpretation? Thanks.

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# Incompleteness and Uncertainty

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