In the Name of Science: Dont Tamper with the Deceptive Truth…
Helton J. Reis,
Marat A. Mukhamedyarov,
Albert A. Rizvanov,
Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) is one of the most controversial, most ambivalent and most important figures in the history of modern science. The debate surrounding him with respect to nuclear weapons and National Socialism appears unending. Even though Heisenbergs uncertainty principle of the quantum system and his involvement in the Nazi atomic bomb project have been thoroughly discussed in various journals over the past decades, no communication has ever been published at a holistic level of his greatest Nobel-prize winning achievement in theoretical physics. In order to fill up this hole, this piece explicitly communicates the Heisenbergs paradox at all levels of science.
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