20 Burst results for "Heisenberg"

The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Evidence For The Virtual Domain

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

03:25 min | 5 months ago

The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Evidence For The Virtual Domain

"Iphones. This is daily Brett. We've been speaking about the non-local of virtual domain habitual reality. It is not a figment of imagination. It is fundamental and it is real by the twentieth century. Scientists were able to approve of the existence of non-local intelligence a what we call the virtual domain of pure potentialities. So I of course. Scientists became aware as a result of the discovery of poetry called Particle Physics and the result of the discovery of Subatomic particles. They became aware that because part of what we call a wave packet so particles simultaneously waves a possibility. An actual entities as little fundamental units of mass energy. In any given moment existence is both wavelike and Barca like which means at any given moment it exists as potentially than actuality that something called the Heisenberg uncertainty principle that just part of this understanding and it says that until we measure location or momentum wave particles are both waves and particles at the same time but once we decided to measure location or momentum. Then we choose whether we want to experience reality. As waves or as particles a fourth principle would be the two events that are correlated in two different locations might in fact the movements of a single happening the very idea of two separate locations maybe a perceptual artifact and then of course in physics. There's something else call minkowski eight dimensional hyperspace the distance here between two events. No matter how separate they appear to be in space. Time is always zero. Always zero interesting isn't it? Which means distance itself is an artifact all this new science is suggesting a level of existence where we are all inseparably one separation may just be an illusion. This is part of something. Called the Einstein. Polski Rosen thought experiment famously. Expressed in nineteen thirty. Five I believe as the Einstein Brodsky Rosen equation thought experiment if you have understood all these principles and you can take your time to go over. What I've said you'll realize little slowly that all these principles also arise

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The Superposition Principle

The Portal

10:53 min | 5 months ago

The Superposition Principle

"Hi It's Eric with some thoughts for this week's audio say on the topic of Super Position. Now to those of you in the know. Superposition is an odd word in that it is the scientific concept we reach for when trying to describe the paradox of Schroeder's cat in the theory and philosophy of quantum measurement. We don't yet know how to say that. The cat is both dead and alive at the same time. Rigorously so we fudge whatever is going on with this unfortunate feline and say that the cat and the quantum system which it's life depends are a mixture of two distinct states that are somehow co-mingled in a way that has defied a satisfying explanation for about a century. Now I'm usually loath to appeal to such quantum concepts in everyday life as there is a veritable industry of people making bad quantum analogies for example whenever you have a non quantum system that is altered by its observation that really has nothing to do with the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Jane Goodall Chimpanzees are almost certainly altered in their behavior due to her presence. But there is likely no competent. Quantum theorist who would analogize chimps two electrons and goodall to her mission observable executing a quantum observation. Heisenberg adds nothing other than physics. Envy to the discussion of an entirely classical situation. Such as this whoever I have changed my mind in the case of superposition if I would like to explain to begin with superposition isn't a quantum phenomena for example. Imagine that you'd come from Europe to Australia. And that you had both euros and Swiss francs in your pockets. You might then be said to be in a super position because you have pocket change in both euros and francs rather than a pure state of only one currency or the other the analog of a physical observable in this situation would be something like a multiple choice question found on the landing card about the contents of your pockets. Here it is easy to see the danger of the setup assuming you have three times as much value in euros as you do in francs what happens when you get a question. That doesn't include your situation as an answer. What if the landing card asked is all of your change in a euros or be Swiss francs with no other options available? Well this as stated is a completely classical superposition problem having nothing to do with quantum theory. We're you to have such classical question asked of you like this. There would have been no way for you to answer however if the answer. We're on the multiple choice menu. There would be no problem at all and you would give a clear answer determined by the state of your pockets so if the state in question isn't on the multiple choice menu. The classical world is forced to go. Mute is there is no answer determined by the system whereas if it is found on the list of allowable choices the answers then completely determined by the system state at the time that the question was asked. Oddly the quantum world is in a way exactly as deterministic as the classical one just described despite what you may have heard to the contrary in order to understand this. We'll have to introduce a bit of jargon so long as the system now called the Hilbert Space State is on the list of answers technically called the system of eigen vectors corresponding to the question now called a quantum observable the question will return a completely deterministic answer technically called the eigen value corresponding to the State. Iconductor. These are in a sense. Good questions in quantum theory because the answer corresponding to the state of the system actually appears as one of the multiple choice options so if that is completely deterministic while then what happened to the famous quantum probability theory and the indeterminately that we hear so much about what I told you that it. We're one hundred percent confined to the situation. Which classical theory couldn't handle either? That is quantum probability theory only becomes relevant when you ask bad quantum questions where the state of the system isn't on the list of multiple choice answers when the landing card asked if all your changed completely in euros or only francs. The classical system couldn't answer because three times the value of your Swiss francs were held in Euros. So no answer could be determined but if your pocket change were somehow quantum while then you might find that seventy five percent of the time your pocket coins would bizarrely turn into pure euros and would be wilder only turn into pure francs twenty five percent of the time just by virtue of your being asked for measurement by the landing cart in the quantum theory. This is due to the multiple choice. Answers of the so-called observable represented by the landing card question not being well suited to the mix state of your pockets in a super position between euros and francs in other words quantum theory gets probabilistic. Only where classical theory went mute. All of the indeterminately appears to come from asking bad multiple choice questions in both the classical an quantum regimes in which the state of the system doesn't fit any given answer quite honestly. I've never heard a physicist rework the issue of quantum probabilities in just this way so as to highlight that the probabilistic weirdness comes only from the quantum being overly solicitous in accommodating really bad questions for some reason. They don't like the idea of Kalyan observable that doesn't have the state of the system as an allowable answer a bad question but that is precisely why I do like it points out that the quantum is deterministic. Where the classical theory is deterministic and only probabilistic where the classical theory is mute. This is because it is really willing to answer questions that are in a sense that can be made precise bad questions to begin with. That doesn't get rid of the mystery but it recasts it so it doesn't sound quite so weird. The new question is why would a quantum system over compensate for the lousy questions being posed when the classical system seems to know not to answer? So why bring any of this up well? The first reasons that I couldn't resist sneaking personal reformulation of the quantum measurement problem that most people will have never considered but the second reason is that I've come to believe that we are wasting our political lives unjust such superposition questions for example. Let's see if we can solve the abortion debate problem right now in this podcast using superposition as it is much easier than the abortion problem itself. The abortion debate problem is that everyone agrees that before fertilization. There's no human life to worry about. And that after a baby is born. There is no question that it has a right to live yet. Pro Choice and pro life. Activists insist on telling us that the developing embryo is either a mere bundle of cells suddenly becoming a life only when born or a full-fledged baby the moment the sperm enters the egg you can guess my answer here. The question of is it. A baby's life or a woman's choice is agreed upon by everyone before fertilization or following birth because the observable in question has the system as one of the two multiple choice answers in those two cases however during the process of embryonic development something miraculous is taking place that we simply don't understand scientifically somehow a nonsense blast ula becomes a baby by a process utterly opaque to science which has yet has no mature theory of consciousness. The system in Utero isn't changing and progressing superposition tilted heavily towards not being a baby at the beginning and tilted towards being one at the end of the pregnancy. But the problem here is that we have allowed the activists rather than the umbrella gist and developmental biologist to hand us the life versus choice observable with it's too terrible multiple choice options if we'd let the embryologist set the multiple choice question there would be at least twenty three carnegie stages for the embryo before you even get to fetal development but instead of going forward from what we both know and don't know with high confidence about the system. We are instead permanently. Deranged by being stuck with Schrodinger embryo by the activists who insist on working backwards from their political objectives. So does the somehow solve the abortion issue? Of course not all it does is get us to see how ridiculously transparent we are in our politics that would allow our society to be led by those activists. Who would shoehorn the central scientific miracle of human development into a nutty political binary of convenience? We don't even think to ask. Who are these people who've left us? At each other's throats debating an inappropriate multiple choice question that can never be answered well in the spirit of the portal we are always looking for a way out of our perennial problems to try to find an exit and I think that the technique here of teaching oneself to spot superposition problems in stalemated political systems brings a great deal of relief to those of us who find the perspective of naive activism fairly impoverished worldview the activist mindset is always trying to remove nuance elections. That might better match our world's needs from among the multiple choice answers until it finds a comical binary. Do you support the war on drugs? Yes or no. Are you for or against immigration? Should men and women be treated? Equally should embrace capitalism or chew socialism racism systemic problem or convenient. Excuse is China trading partner or a strategic rival has technology stagnated or. Is it in fact racing ahead at breakneck speed. Has Feminism gone too far or not far enough? In all of these cases there's an entire industry built around writing articles that involve replacing conversations that might progress towards answers in agreement with simple multiple choice. Political options that foreclose all hope in general we can surmise when this occurred because activism generally leaves a distinct signature where the true state of a system is best represented as a superposition of the last two remaining choices that bitterly divided us. Handed us by activists so I will leave you with the following thought. The principle of superposition is not limited to quantum weirdness and it may be governing your life at a level. You have never considered think about where you were. Most divided from your loved ones politically. Then ask yourself when I listened to the debates at my dinner table. Am I hearing set of multiple choice answers that sound like? They were developed by scholars interested in understanding or by activists who are pushing for an outcome if the ladder thing about whether you couldn't make more progress with those you love by recognizing that the truth is usually in some kind of a superposition of the last remaining answers pushed by the activists. But you don't have to accept these middle brow binary dilemmas and try llamas instead. Trask a new question if my loved ones and I trust the terms of debate foisted upon us by strangers activists in the news media. Could we together fashionable list of multiple choice answers that we might agree? Contain an answer. We all could live with and that better describes the true state of the system. I mean do you really want open or closed borders? Do you really WanNa talk about Scylla Simon in heroin in the same breath. Do you really want to claim that there is no systemic oppression or that governs every aspect of our lives before long. It is my hope that you will develop an intuition. That many long running stalemated discussions are really about having our lives shoehorned by others into inappropriate binary that can only represent. The state of our world is a superposition of inappropriate and simplistic answers. That you never would have chosen for

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And why is that you want one one why is this so frustrating it's uncertain whether it's a bug or a feature so is this really have to do with the Heisenberg uncertainty principle is that what is named after it is it is named after the Werner Heisenberg so if we already nine points it was the Heisenberg means you don't know where it is if you're paying attention to it you does it so defined by the observer let me give that to you what you just said it's not so much the uncertainty principle as much of the observer affect this software problem only occurs when you aren't trying to track it down because adding debugging software look for these things alters the test environment potentially suppressing whatever's causing yes could declare victory leave the field these last two questions are not specific to the computer industry but they often arise there Paula yes when a company engages in dog food what is it doing I don't know the sending you a lot of spam email or something or they're serving up Smurf interface yeah news scraps for no dog food being dog food being Abbe cannibalizing employees from one another no this is a new with the dish network.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Listen to what Heisenberg said very carefully that have Heisenberg talked about, where they were with the atomic bomb and the progress, they were making he will take on this giving fascinated on this book man. We're a long way from the ball diamond here. How did that play out? Some oh have been prepared by the O S with a gun in his pocket in the Sinai pill to assassinated Heisenberg, if he demonstrated any now that the Germans were developing a nuclear bomb, and he not only listened to him if the lecture. And of course if he had killed Heisenberg he would be assassinated on the spot, but he decided to also talk to a more, which he did after dinner. And at that point, he concluded that infected Germans were not as advanced, and the message went back to America and the Manhattan project that we, we could go ahead and proceed. So it was a very brave. Mitch. Of mo- to conduct, and I think he was the perfect person because he can combine the right now is of German. He was cool on the spot, and he had briefed himself on physics and I think there were few spies that had the combination of those skills, how do we alternately measure Moberg contributions to the war? You know what's interesting is that Moberg never talked about what he did? He would be many baseball games after the war in the press room with other writers, and they would save him. Oh, what did you do? And he put a finger to his mouth ago. I can't talk about it. So, you know, it's been years and years. And it's only now when. Oh, assess documents declassified that we're finding out really most contribution. I don't think it's an understatement to say that mows his work in nuclear espionage, in Italy, but even more. So finding what Heisenberg newer not was a crucial moment for America to know that, okay? The Manhattan project is way ahead of what they know in Germany, and to go forward because at that time, we knew the Nazi's, we're capable of anything, obviously, they were capable of genocide, and my grandparents three my grandparents, and sister died that way. But it was with, of course, a big reason why wanted to do this film. But also they in the hands of Hitler. The nuclear bomb would have been a disaster for the world. That was Aviva Kempner director of the documentary the spy behind home plate of Eva. Thank you. Thank you so much. Finally today we visit with a van that formed at Detroit's..

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"heisenberg" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Because that's just short of a gigabyte, correct? Yes. Okay. These are the best jokes for smart people on the internet. Yes. These are the funniest, okay? Some of them. I don't even get. I didn't get this one. Let's see. Let's see if you get it. Okay. Heisenberg was speeding down the highway a Cup. Let me just turn it over to over. And you do it in English Heisenberg was speeding down the highway a cop pulls them over and says, do you have any idea? How fast you're going back? There is in Berg says no. But I knew where I was. No, no, don't understand that. I'm gonna tell you why they say, it's funny. Okay. It's funny because Werner that's. Name. Smart. We are. We're not laughing at the intellectual jokes. We're laughing at one Werner Heisenberg was a German physicist, and one of the key figures in quantum theory that Eisenberg has famous Heisenberg uncertainty principle states that we can know either wear a quantum particle is or how fast it's moving. But it's impossible to know both at the same time. I can't get the explanation. Now, you're expecting me to understand the joke. Okay. This one's easier. C E N G walk into a bar the bars tender says sorry, no minors. Well, that's notes. Right. Those are all minor note. Yes. All right. That was not funny. Okay. Smart people have the easiest sense of humor ever. It sounds like this one we're not going to get either. But let's just say because I know we have a lot of smart listeners pretend and laugh at the end of it. Okay. All right. You got it. No one will know I'll tell you when it's the end of the Joe just point or something first law of thermodynamics. You can't win second law of thermodynamics. You can't break even this third law of thermodynamics. Okay. You can't stop playing. Oh god. Oh my gosh. Oh that is a classic thermal dynamics joke of I ever heard one. That was really great no reason to explain it. Because of course, I understand. Oh, yeah. This is crazy. What did you just say how many surrealist does it take to screw in a lightbulb? This is a take of a different. You know, how many things how many surrealists does it take to screw in a lightbulb? How many of fish? That's funny. I get that. Okay. See that wouldn't you laughed at. Not knock who's there? Knock knock who's there? Knock knock who's there? Knock knock who's there? Fill up glass. No. That was the punchline now,.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on TechStuff

"Mutated into a lust for power the control group from how stuff works subscribe for free on apple podcasts so heisenberg studied your directs papers and found that there were problems whenever he tried to measure the basic physical variables appearing in the equations and by physical variables i mean an electronic position and it's momentum so that led heisenberg to create the famous principle of uncertainty which he did in nineteen twenty seven we usually call that heisenberg certainty principle so here's here's how it breaks down the more precisely you determine the position of subatomic particle for example electron around nucleus the more precisely determine its position the less precisely you can know about the momentum at that moment and vice versa so if you more precisely determined the subatomic particles momentum the less precisely you can know it's actual position right so specifically he was saying that that running the calculation for this for this determination of the position in the momentum necessary arily contains errors the product of which physically cannot be less than the quantum constant h plunk constant which is the the smallest unit the quantum of action in an atom right and so what he's saying here is that it doesn't matter how advanced your measurement apparatus is in fact there was one point where bore criticized heisenberg approach because he said that he was using essentially microscopes that we're not precise enough and in fact i made an error and then heisenberg got really upset at bore and the two of them had a falling out that about a year and then heisenberg eventually wrote a paper and acknowledged he said you know bore has criticized this because of such and such and acknowledged that in fact there was an error but said that ultimately that error was beside the point because it would not matter how precise that was the fact remained that the more you would learn about one thing the less you could know about the other that's the uncertainty or compliment terrorism is another way that some people have said there's this complementary relationship between the moment amend the position so in case you want to know what momentum is that's mass times of law city velocities that speed and direction so that's important to know so on the human scale this uncertainty is completely negligible there's you might as well just throw it out the window because on our scale just doesn't it doesn't factor into such a tiny thing but when you look at the smaller scales this tiny tiny thing becomes huge because you're looking at things on an incredibly small scale and because we can't know with precision both subatomic particles position and its momentum we cannot really make predictions about what's going to happen in the future and in fact this is where heisenberg says causality becomes a problem because if you cannot determine that subatomic particles position and momentum you cannot actually know what's going to happen next right so if you were to expand this out this is this is the absurd if you were to expand this out you could say that you cannot for certain know that by doing a certain action a particular affect is going to follow that's not really the case with classical physics again because we're talking about the macro scale on the clump skill that's the case we cannot really know what will happen from one moment to the next because we can't know enough about all the factors to make that determination which is which is kind of wonderful in kind of terrifying right simultaneously the captain box and this also ties into that observe asian problem right because if we even if we observe the the phenomenon then we're affecting changing the phenomenal making it even more impossible to determine what the effect is going to be the cause and effect at the scale is something that becomes purely theoretical because suzy try and apply practical approaches to it it all breaks down and we promise this really does relate directly to technology getting there so we then show that light can be interpreted as both wave functions and as a particle that's with bohr and heisenberg together working they were able to kind of come to this conclusion and.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on TechStuff

"With tech stuff from how stuff works dot com either in welcome to tech stuff i'm your host jonathan strickland executive producer with how stuff works in love all things tech and it's time for another classic up assode of tech stuff in this one lauren vogel bomb and i go over the contributions of heisenberg what he do i'm not certain that's a joke no but seriously we wanted to talk about heisenberg heisenberg work and theoretical physics and how that made a huge impact and continues to make a huge impact in technology so sit back relax and enjoy this classic episode of tech stuff i'm just not sure about this topic heisenberg right okay i think i have some notes on him to you this he was born on december fifth nineteen to one yes that one the physicist yes the phases theoretical physicist tari well maybe i won't get geek eld about breaking bad but that's fine we can talk about heisenberg i like that you're german pronunciation is better than the lady with the last name vocal bomb that's pretty that's pretty great but i could always so born on december fifth nineteen o one in the first beg and yeah is in burg has played an incredibly important role in the establishment the that's the foundations of what is quantum mechanics rate if you've heard of something something called the uncertainty principle ak aid heisenberg censoring new principle that is he's the operative heisenberg in this we will we will explain what that uncertainty principle is in certain terms but that'll be toward the second half the podcast first we wanted to kind of talk about who he was sort of his background his father was an expert in middle and modern greek languages dr august heisenberg his mother was any when klein viglen fink line was the w yes there's no w sound in german it's yeah so visa fs and and w vs easy to remember simple all right so yeah he he it's funny because i understand that his his own background in greek his father was an expert in greek his own background in greek meant that when they got to the point where physicists were starting to name theoretical and particle he would correct people's use of greek saying things like you cannot spell it this way because that's not how it would be actually spelled if such a thing existed in the greek language aso so he was helping us stay on the rails as far as the use of greek right while he was growing up when he was twelve that is when neal's bore presented his general theory of quantum existence yes so bore would be incredibly important during heisenberg education but niels bohr also known for making the bohr model of the atom so that was the model the atom that suggested that you had a central nucleus and then electrons that were owned nucleus yeah so that's a you know anyone who's taken any any class and chemistry or physics has seen the bore model it's still one of those things that usually it's part of the history of the development of particle physics and quantum mechanics we know now that it's a little bit simplified yeah in fact heisenberg would go on to one who right exact right he was while he was in high school there was a a major event that played out across the entire world and particularly in europe world war one world war one happened between nineteen fourteen and nineteen eighteen some of heisenberg 's academic contemporaries or ninety contemporaries some of his mentors had actually served in world war one various officers in the.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KGO 810

"His day job right he was sent into geneva where heisenberg was giving a talk and he was taking along nuclear physicist and they were to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion did verner heisenberg have the key moberg job was to make that determination with this partner if he determined that eisenberg had the key the germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties in the in the middle forties he was to kill heisenberg right down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp auschwitz probably poison pill and kill himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and one of the people getting out of the country through italy was still corso who was commander in rome is nineteen forty five nineteen everything comes back to corso course was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg astro the war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation caught on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man is intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg then informed them she did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but she would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time that was the story of mubarak he never realized that heisenberg had the key and he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device a wondering weapon the nazi bell disappeared from the al mountains in the late nineteen forties when the russians invaded we believe the russians took it and brought it back to the soviet union so i have two ways i could do the transition here i could say what most people don't know is that philip corso is actually husband number nine for heady lamar but that's not true but you mentioned the mountains of the else and especially the austrian alps where lamar grew up and husband number whatever four five six seven was that texas millionaire who went skiing took hetty skiing because she had she had skied as a girl in the alps and took her to aspen but i thought was so fascinating about bombshell which is the doctor are net flicks right now is that there was not a ski industry in she they just you got brought up to the top of the mountain and you skied down she was the one who imagined that there should be an alpine lodge at the top of the mountain and that people should go up and they should become you know they they needed to have a place to go to so using her husband's money in this case is one of her periods where she had blown a.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"His day job right he was sent into geneva heisenberg was giving a talk and he was taking along nuclear physicist and they were to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion did verner heisenberg have deke moberg job was to make that determination with this partner he determined that eisenberg had the key the germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties in the in the middle forties he was kill heisenberg bite down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp by auschwitz probably by poison pill and kill himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and one of the people getting them out of the country through italy we're still corso who was commander in rome is nineteen forty five nineteen everything comes back to silk corso course it was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg astro the war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation caught on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man as intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg vin informed them ki did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but she would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time that was the story of mubarak he never realized that heisenberg had the key and he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device the wonder weapon the nazi bell ecologica disappeared from the al mountains in the.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KGO 810

"His day job right he was sent into geneva we're verner heisenberg was giving a talk and he was taking along nuclear physicist and they were to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion did verna heisenberg have the key moberg job was to make that determination with this partner if he determined that eisenberg had the key the germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties in the in the middle forties he was to kill heisenberg right down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp by auschwitz probably bike poison pill kelly himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and one of the people getting out of the country italy we're still corso who was commander in rome is nineteen forty five nineteen everything comes back to silk corso course was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg astro the war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation caught on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man as intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg van informed them he did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but she would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time that was the story of mubarak he never realized that heisenberg advocate and he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device a wonder weapon the nazi bell glauca disappeared from the al mountains in the.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Heisenberg was giving a talk and he was taking along nuclear physicist neighbor to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion did verna heisenberg have deke moberg job was to make that determination with this partner keith key determined that eisenberg had the key the germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties i in the in the middle forties he was to kill heisenberg bite down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp auschwitz probably by the poison pill and kelly himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and one of the people getting them out of the country italy we still corso who was commander in rome is nineteen fortyfive nineteen everything comes back to fill corso feel course was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg after the war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation caught on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man as intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg vin informed them ki did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but he would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time that was the story of mubarak he never realized that heisenberg advocate he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device a the wonder weapon the nazi bell ecologica disappeared from the owl mountains in the late nineteen forties when the russians invaded we believe.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"His day job right sent into geneva we're joyner heisenberg was giving a talk and he was taking along nuclear physicist and they were to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion at verna heisenberg have the key moberg job was to make that determination with this partner if he determined that eisenberg had the key germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties in the middle forties he was to kill heisenberg right down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp by house was probably by the poison pill and kill himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and the people getting them out of the country italy we're still corso who was commanders in the foam is nineteen forty five nineteen everything comes back to sell of course oh of course was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg after the war heisenberg in a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation caught on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man is intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg vin informed him ki did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but she would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time never realized that heisenberg advocate he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device a wonder weapon the nazi bell ecologica just appeared from the mountains in the late nineteen forties when the russians invaded we believe the russians took it and brought it back to.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KTRH

"His day job right he was sent into geneva where verner heisenberg was giving a talk and he was taking along nuclear physicists neighbor to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion did heisenberg have deke moberg job was to make that determination with this partner he determined that eisenberg had the key the germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties in the in the middle forties he was to kill heisenberg right down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp right hausch was probably the poison pill and kill himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and the people getting them out of the country through italy we're still corso who was commanders in rome is nineteen forty five nineteen everything comes back to sell carso of course was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg after the war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were jerry gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation caught on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man as intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg then informed them he did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but she would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time that was the story of mubarak he never realized that heisenberg had the key he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device a wonder weapon the nazi del speak lakha disappeared from the al mountains in the late nineteen forties when the russians invaded we believe.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"He was sent into geneva where heisenberg was giving a talk and he was a nuclear physicist and they were to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion did for heisenberg have the key moberg job was to make that determination with this partner he determined that eisenberg had the key germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties i in the in the middle forties he was kill heisenberg bite down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp auschwitz probably poisoned pill and kill himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and one of the people getting them out of the country through italy we're still corso who was commander in rome is nineteen fortyfive nineteen everything comes back to fill corso so of course it was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg after the war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation caught on tape hitler's uranium club quote on tape we're a number of people asking heisenberg how come a man as intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg vin informed them she did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but she would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time that was the story of mubarak he never realized that heisenberg advocate and he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device a wonder weapon the nazi bell disappeared from the al mountains in the.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"His day job he was sent into geneva heisenberg was giving a talk and she was taking along long nuclear physicist neighbor to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion did for heisenberg have the key moberg job was to make that determination with this partner he determined that eisenberg had the key the germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties i in the middle forties he was to kill heisenberg bite down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp by auschwitz probably by poison pill and kill himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and one of the people getting out of the country through italy still corso who was commander in rome is nineteen forty five nineteen everything goes back to corso feel course was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg astra the war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation caught on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man is intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg vin informed him he did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but he would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time that was the story of mubarak he realized that heisenberg had the key and he refused to give particular the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device a wonder weapon the nazi bell speak lakha disappeared from the al mountains in the late nineteen forties when the russians invaded we believe.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A talk and he was taking a long nuclear physicist neighbor to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion did very heisenberg have the key moberg job was to make that determination with this partner he determined that eisenberg had the key the germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties in the in the middle forties he was to kill heisenberg bite down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp auschwitz probably by poison pill and kill himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and one of the people getting them out of the country through italy we're still course oh who was commander in rome in nineteen forty five nineteen everything comes back to fill corso feel course was like the man who wasn't there he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg astros war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation quote on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man as intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg vin informed them she did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but she would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time the story of mubarak he never realized that heisenberg advocate he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device a wonder weapon the nazi bell ecologica disappeared from the al mountains in the.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sent into geneva verner heisenberg was giving a talk and he was taking a long nuclear physicist and they were to determine whether heisenberg actually had the trigger for a nuclear weapon it's a very complicated triggers a mathematical formula you're sending a conventional explosion inside a warhead to send different parts of different pieces of uranium together to form a critical mass for an explosion you could explode the whole thing and spread uranium all over the place and that's a dirty bomb or you can create an atomic explosion that verner heisenberg have the key moberg job was to make that determination with this partner key determined that eisenberg had the key the germans would have the atomic bomb in the late forties in the middle forties he was to kill heisenberg right down on a poison pill because he would have gone straight to a concentration camp auschwitz probably by poison pill and kill himself if he determined heisenberg didn't have the trigger he would simply leave geneva and one of the people getting them out of the country through italy was still corso who was commanders in rome is nineteen forty five nineteen everything comes back to corso feel course was like the man who wasn't there and he was unbelievable so he was smuggled back into the united states moberg after the war heisenberg and a number of german physicists were very gently under house arrest in england at cambridge but the british had wired the room where they were having their conferences and in that conversation quote on tape hitler's uranium club caught on tape we're number of people asking heisenberg how come a man as intelligent as he never figured out the key for the explosion to create an atomic bomb and heisenberg then informed them she did have the key he had the formula he knew exactly what to do but she would not give the atomic bomb to adolf hitler so he had it all the time that was the story mubarak he never realized that heisenberg had the key and he refused to give it to hitler the germans never got to use the bomb even though they had uranium enrichment the that device the wonder weapon the nazi bell ecologica disappeared from the al mountains in the.

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Details emerge about Kate Spade's suicide note, personal struggles

24 Hour News

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Details emerge about Kate Spade's suicide note, personal struggles

"We're going up to seventy two wins news time five oh six indications are kate spade was having trouble with her husband the suicide note she wrote before she hanged herself in her park avenue apartment yesterday reportedly older thirteen year old daughter do ask her father for answers her sister says kate spade in depressed for years near suicide left some of her fans sobbing mistreat her death prompted an outpouring of grief from fans including current and former first daughters ivanka trump and chelsea clinton spades design legacy is described as a bridge between main street clothes and high end fashion our customer is someone who has a very personal sense of sil and really mine i think that's who i've always spoken to and i think that's always who's been attracted to might i'm mary maloney reporting was fifty five years old she was married to david speights brother andy initial reports said andy spade was home when k took her life but we're not told that is not correct they would spe put an old picture of his sisterinlaw up on instagram and wrote it's a rough world out there are people trying to hang on wins news time five oh seven most plans have breaking bad sada's a cautionary tale about the pitfalls of the drug business but again in the bronx saw the shows more of a how to guide now eighteen alleged members have been rounded up and what the nypd is calling operation breaking bad this is a violent criminal organization that really was pushing poison onto the streets of new york city and and the suburbs and chief of detectives dermott chases the gang was responsible for at least five fatal overdoses and numerous non fatal overdoses with their heroin sold under brand names including heisenberg a reference to breaking bad cop sees three kilos of heroin a couple of pounds of marijuana a gun and three hundred thousand dollars cash wins news time five oh eight interstate.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on TechStuff

"Six of quantum mechanics such as its probabilistic nature that is much of quantum mechanics concerns itself with probabilities rather than certainties in fact lots of things in quantum mechanics become inherently uncertain the more you try and nail it down the more uncertain other elements will become that's partly what heisenberg uncertainty principle states heisenberg was specifically talking about a quantum particles position versus its momentum heisenberg stated that the more precisely you measure one of those two values the less you can know about the other one so if you measure a quantum particles position with great precision you won't know very much about its momentum and vice versa and that this is just a fundamental feature of our universe so it's tough if you don't like it the probabilistic site of quantum mechanics is tied also to measurement this was a central focus of abate between two great physicists neal's bore and of course albert einstein einstein was not keen on the probabilistic nature of quantum theory he has often been attributed the phrase god does not play dice with the universe although that is a paraphrasing of what he said and then kneels bore was paraphrased as saying god doesn't care what you think he's doing so those kind of the back and forth although both of those statements were paraphrase neither of those were actually what the scientists were saying just kind of was a an interpretation of what they said quantum mechanics experiments wouldn't really produce a definite solution so we're used to things like calculations coming up with a specific answer right even let's just take simple arithmetic if you say two plus two equals four than you realize like all right well that that makes sense to plus two four that's a this certain value it's a definite answer.

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"heisenberg" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"heisenberg" Discussed on KTRH

"What are we talk with you about santa claus and heisenberg uncertainty highs bruce uncertainty principle that's what we talked about it what are you here you have you know this scientist black holes all at the end up talking about the veracity of santa claus i mean there was a lot of purpose behind it but we did it was amazing i learned about highs berg's uncertainty principle to know much about that we told me about it we started talking about star trek i thought i talked about that was stephen hawking one time but i was told that eventually i would be privy to or they would make the announcement that somewhere out in space they found all these building blocks for life and it would it would give us on the right path towards finding that life well astronomers in she lay and of course the european space agency is talking the same the playing the same tune there was the discovery of a starts is about three stars of four hundred light years away that they found molecules simple sugar molecules floating in the gas around this star or the the threestars foreign light years away and it suggests the possibility once again of life on other planets now i want to make it clear that discovery dozen prove that life has developed elsewhere in the universe i mean if i was and say well this proves life doesn't prove life it just proves what implies there is no reason that it couldn't me that there's life out there and it shows that the carbon rich molecules it a building blocks for life as we know it can be present even before planets have begun forming and this is what they're watching you're watching this genesis is a genesis possibility out in space we all know of our jet assists because we a bible in history and everything else but no one can know for sure were observing this now what these molecules are seeing things like got caught how aldo hide which is a it can be found on earth it's service odorless powder and it is it used to sweeten foods but it's important sugar figures it plays a key role in the chemical reaction that forms rival nucleic acid our in a which is the bio molecule this present in all living cells it's still unclear exactly.

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