andrew s 1905 (citing my FAQ) said:According to the Heisenberg uncertainty relation, the variance
simply tells one something about the theoretical limit accuracy in
trying to measure the oscillator position rather than about any
fluctuation of the oscillator itself. It is the measurement results
that fluctuate, not the underlying object.
Here is the new thread. Please justify your criticism of my statement.bhobba said:That's a misconception.
But the exact meaning of the uncertainty relations requires a new thread.