Werner Heinsenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

The Heisenberg uncertainty principle is a famous quantum mechanics principle made by the Nobel Price winning physicist Werner Heisenberg. Written as a mathematics equation, the most common word translation is that it is impossible to determine both the position and the momentum of a subatomic particle (an atom's electron, proton or neutron). The more accurately … Continue reading Werner Heinsenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

From Isaac Newton to The Shining: Notes on the Philosophy of Time

(This post offers assorted notes on the philosophy of time, time travel and related.) (1) A longtime debate has been whether time, at least as we humans conceptualize it, is an actual, absolute thing independent to us, or is it¬†merely a human conception. Isaac Newton believed that time as we commonly think of it as … Continue reading From Isaac Newton to The Shining: Notes on the Philosophy of Time