[OPE-L:8037] Re: Heisenberg and Marx

From: gerald_a_levy (gerald_a_levy@msn.com)
Date: Fri Nov 22 2002 - 15:23:22 EST

Re Paolo's [8034]:

What has come to be called the 'Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle'
-- otherwise called the *INDETERMINACY PRINCIPLE* --  states,
according to Heisenberg writing in 1927, that:

 "The more precisely the position is determined, the less precisely 
   the momentum is known in this instant, and vice versa".

Fuller descriptions and resources on the HUP are at


and a brief mathematical formulation with "applet" is at

and a fuller mathematical presentation, is at

Perhaps it might kick-start the discussion if you and others asked
yourselves to what extent there  is a valid principle of INDETERMINACY
associated with the comprehension of the subject matter of the
bourgeois mode of production and its TRAJECTORIES and OUTCOMES.

In solidarity, Jerry

  Jerry, what does this principle say? Maybe you could motivate this discussion if you gave us the rudiments of the principle? 

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