Anti Heisenberg—Refutation Of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Relation
Abstract
The quantum mechanical uncertainty principle for position and momentum plays an important role in many treatments on the (philosophical, physical and other) implications of quantum mechanics. Roughly speaking, the more precisely the momentum (position) of a (quantum mechanical) object is given, the less precisely can one say what its position (momentum) is. This quantum mechanical measurement problem is not just an interpretational difficulty, it raises broader issues as well. The measurement (of a property) of a (quantum mechanical) object determines the existence of the measured. In brief, the quantum mechanical uncertainty principle challenges some fundamental principles of Science and especially the principle of causality. In particular, an independently existing (external) objective reality is denied. As we shall see, that the quantum mechanical uncertainty principle for position and momentum is based on the assumption that 1⩽0, which is a logical contradiction.
 Publication:

Advances in Quantum Theory
 Pub Date:
 March 2011
 DOI:
 10.1063/1.3567453
 Bibcode:
 2011AIPC.1327..322B
 Keywords:

 quantum mechanics;
 functional analysis;
 permittivity;
 03.65.Aa;
 02.30.Sa;
 77.22.Ch;
 Functional analysis;
 Permittivity