quantum-theory

The Heisenberg uncertainty principle in quantum mechanics implies that vacuum fluctuations are present in every quantum theory.

00The main problem of quantum cosmology is the lack of a quantum theory of gravity.

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00Rev. Lett., 30 April 2001.) atomic physics computers Einstein quantum theory COMPLEXITY AT LOW REYNOLDS NUMBER.

00In 1925 Heisenberg had developed the first coherent mathematical formalism for quantum theory (Heisenberg, 1925 ).

00By comparison, he seemed to put little value on arguments starting from the mathematical formalism of quantum theory.

00It started with quantum theory and its radical indeterminacy.

00Some of the most important like quantum theory have required great imaginative leaps.

00physics computers Einstein quantum theory COMPLEXITY AT LOW REYNOLDS NUMBER.

00All the standard interpretations of quantum theory posit that the cosmos changes in accordance with causal principles that are stochastic or probabilistic.

00I didn't understand quantum theory before I entered the cinema and sure as hell didn't when I left.

00Zuo et al., Nature, 2 Sept. 1999.) atomic physics microscopy quantum theory superconductivity X rays elements CORRECTION.

00String theory is a prime candidate for a quantum theory of gravity.

00uncertainty principle in quantum mechanics implies that vacuum fluctuations are present in every quantum theory.

00I did n't understand quantum theory before I entered the cinema and sure as hell did n't when I left.

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