So how do you explain Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle?
johnronand
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I am certainly no physicist, nor have I conducted experiments by myself (obviously). What I wrote, I drew from various sources that can be found online and also in some books that I’ve read recently. Experiments I spoke of are well known and documented; I summed the findings I found interesting in a best way my non-native english and layman in physics- language would allow.

However, even though your question was rhetorical, I’m sure; in my humble layman’s opinion, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle doesn’t dispute observer effect, it coexists simultaniously.

But that’s another story, far out of the focus and intent of this article. I would prefer to leave it at that.

In any case, thank you for taking the time to read.

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