The Uncertainty Principle: A Variable Concept. It Depends on the Complex Physical Time Only

According to the uncertainty principle, the quantity of uncertainty in a particle’s velocity multiplied by the quantity of uncertainty in a particle’s position is a constant. To put it another way, the more certain a particle’s velocity is, the less certain it is about its position, and vice versa. The focus of this chapter will be on the fact that the uncertainty measure is a variable, not a constant. Situation based realism is the uncertainty principle. It’s more in some cases and less in others. The variable uncertainty principle states that the total amount of uncertainty in position and velocity multiplied by the total amount of certainty in position and velocity equals the total amount of certainty in position and velocity equals the total amount of certainty in position and velocity equals the total amount of certainty in position and velocity equals the total amount of certainty in position and velocity equal. I’ll also talk about how physical time is a complex quantity, and how the variable uncertainty principle is actually based on it. The real physical time and the imaginary physical time make up the complicated physical time.

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Prasenjit Debnath
The Department of Physics, National Institute of Technology Agartala, Barjala, Jirania, PO NIT Agartala, District Tripura (West), State Tripura, India.

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