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Originally posted by siddharthsma
Is brownian motion linked to the uncertainty principle in anyway ?
So if you want to know my opinion, as a physicist, the internet is a horrible place for ANY physics information, because Joe Schmo's website on quantum mechanics does not do the subject any justice.
Originally posted by siddharthsma
First of what exactly is it ?
Why does it exist
what is the reasoning behind it ?
What are the implications of the principle ?
Why is there a conflict between General Relativity and Quantum mechanics ?
I would really appreciate it if someone told me the answers to these questions, as they have been tormenting me for a while.
Of course someone will now say "those are not scientific answers, you are wrong there and there, yada yada yada". It's ok, ignore them. With the above in your mind, go read wikipedia for truly helpful analysis of quantum mechanics...then come back here and we will discuss any further questions you have.
Originally posted by siddharthsma
Thanks masterp, that helped. I was getting confused with the Maths.
I hope the next post will not say something like :
If you don't understand the math, then why do you bother asking about Quantum mechanics. Quantum mechanics is all about Maths ! I suggest you take a course in Maths before you ask questions like these again.
Originally posted by T_Jesus
All I can say is that I've taken Quantum Mechanics, and anyone can think they have a grasp on something if they want to, but if you don't understand the math - and this goes for ANY physics, you don't understand the concept. Math does not compliment the concept - math IS the concept.