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The Uncertainty Principle
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle:


The introduction of any test probe to detect and observe the position of the electron will introduce its own volume of polarized DPs.  This new environment will in turn modify the probabilistic position of the electron at the next moment.  This altering of the test environment by the introduction of a test probe to measure the momentum and position of any particle has been immortalized by the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.

∆x ∙ ∆p = ħ/2

 In essence the Uncertainty Principle states that you can’t know the momentum and the position of a particle at any given moment.  The conventional physics dogma states that this limit isn’t related to the accuracy of the experimental equipment, but reflects the fundamental nature of particles (i.e. that particles are indeterminate in their position).  But, our postulate about the free electron interacting with the DPs of space predicts exactly such a difficulty in measuring a particle because of the DP polarization of space by the electron test-probe.  The polarized DP volumes around the target and the high velocity electron probe add together.  Thus by increasing the polarization of the space around the target, the target’s position will be more unpredictable.  The target will be subject to a greater DP-displacement due to the higher DP polarization provided to the target’s space by the introduction of the high speed test probe particle.  Thus, the DP displacement of the target will increase whenever the target environments are disturbed by any test probe.