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A New Boundary for Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle – Good Bye to the Point Particle Hypothesis?

  title={A New Boundary for Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle – Good Bye to the Point Particle Hypothesis?},
  author={E. Haug},
In this paper we are combining Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle with Haug’s new insight on the maximum velocity for anything with rest-mass; see [1, 2, 3]. This leads to a new and exact boundary condition on Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. The uncertainty in position at the potential maximum momentum for subatomic particles as derived from the maximum velocity is half of the Planck length. Perhaps Einstein was right after all when he stated, “God does not play dice.” Or at least the dice… Expand


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