Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle is one of the fundamental concepts of Quantum Physics, and is the basis for the initial realization of fundamental uncertainties in the ability of an experimenter to measure more than one quantum variable at a time. Attempting to measure an elementary particle’s position to the highest degree of accuracy, for example,  leads […]

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Space Storm to Mess With 2012 Olympics = Weird Coinkie Dink

With £9.3billion being spent on the Olympics, the organisers could be forgiven for thinking they had prepared for every eventuality. But London could suffer a space storm during the games – causing power cuts, damaging communication satellites and forcing planes to divert. London Olympics organisers admitted today they were ‘monitoring the situation carefully’ after the […]

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Causes-Effects Pole Shift

Well, science seems to be slowly agreeing on the fact that the earth’s magnetic north orientation has and is moving.. What will happen? What causes this? Causes and effects True polar wander can be caused by several mechanisms of redistributing mass and changing the moment of inertia tensor of the Earth: Glacial cycles: redistribution of […]

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