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  • Heisenberg Trial 1946
  • Werrner Heisenberg you have been a scientist since 1924 to 1939 in Germany how do your plead.
  • You have been working on an atomic project for Germany.
  • Not guilty
  • Werrner, tell us how were your experiences working on for the atomic project.
  • Heisenberg Trial 1946
  • OK, let's start at the uncertainty priciple
  • Yes, I heard great things about that
  • Heisenberg Trial 1946
  • It states that position and velocity can't be measured exactly, at the same time, even in theory. This creates a fundamental limit to what we can know about about quantum particles. 
  • Wow
  • Heisenberg Trial 1946
  • Also, after many years of researching this principle it shows that atoms can't implode.
  • Is it significant in any other way?
  • Heisenberg Trial 1946
  • Yes my findings have very significant implications in quantum mechanics.  the uncertainty principle puts a limit on our understanding. This is not because of a lack of powerful equipment but instead by nature itself. Everything in the world is limited. Nothing is absolutely certain.
  • Heisenberg Trial 1946
  • Well am I free to go Judge?
  • Nope! I sentence you to 20 years in prison.
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