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May 4, 2005
"Do not forget the legacy of the good Dr. Heisenberg."
Hieros (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
The last question that you asked Joe, he answered with something about Dr. Heisenberg. You may already know this, but Heisenberg came up with the Uncertainty principle [among other things] which states, "You cannot know both the velocity and location of an electron. It is possible to know the velocity and not the location, or to know the location and not the velocity".
In other words, don't look too close 'cuz things get all fuzzy-like? ;)
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