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A Uncertainty principle wrong

  1. Dec 4, 2016 #1
    Can the fact that momentum and location can not be found of an electron in the nucleus be because there are multiple time dimensions not factored in? And wouldn't the postive negative spin of an electron be evidence that it is moving through at least two time dimensions? Someone please explain how multiple time dimensions would effect out universe.
     
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