posted on Jan, 13 2015 @ 03:46 AM
Heisenberg ( of uncertainty principle fame) was said to say on his death bed : "When I meet God, I am going to ask him two questions: Why relativity?
And why turbulence? I really believe he will have an answer for the first"
He actually finished his life working on turbulence as Heisenberg was convinced that Turbulence (and the Vortices it created) provided a macroscopic
insight into the waves of probability that manifest themselves into reality itself.
Heisenberg got a big post death high 5 recently with the uncertainty principle being touted as the latest "best" explanation to some of the more
spooky aspects of Quantum Physics ( action at a distance, double slit etc) with our inability to properly define all positions and velocities within
quantum interactions as a likely candidate.
Although the vid shows the various methods in use, I do wonder if the second comment actually had any basis ( regarding computational modeling) as all
the methods seem to be physical tests in the lab or wind tunnels/flight tests etc.
You would think that if you could build a computational simulation of the macroscopic effects of fluid interactions on material surfaces you would be
able to build an entirely accurate "virtual" wind tunnel/virtual atmosphere and "upload" digitally proposed designs and fully test them there without
having to even fabricate anything.
Although there are numerous projects to develop something entirely accurate- I am not aware of anything that could completely replace a physical test
as we just dont have the computational power (in the None Mill Industrial Complex white world at least) to reproduce a "true" reality simulation ( due
edit on 13-1-2015 by Jukiodone because: (no reason given)