Uncertainty Principle: Test
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Uncertainty Principle: test

The uncertainty principle tells us:

"If we accurately measure the momentum (m.v) of a particle, then we will no longer be able to correctly measure its position."
This is totally false, since to measure the momentum of a particle we must find it and measure it there, in its position, never where it is not.
Therefore, the mass of a particle is measured where it is located (position) and its speed is measured by the changes in position it acquires with movement.
Then, why the interest of Quantum Mechanics in this principle and base?.
Well, because Quantum Mechanics is a sea of confusions, speculations and false considerations and it needs a principle or justification for when such confusions occur:
When something is not explained or is contradictory then we say: "that is due and explained with the Uncertainty Principle", and what it would mean as:
"Accept it without understanding it or finding its logic, it is a quantum axiom and nothing more".
From here, and with these premises, everything is possible: The simultaneous life and death of Schrodinger's cat; the situation of a particle in several positions at the same time; virtual particles; particle entanglement; the observer's influence on physical events, etc.
The pity of all this is that scientists are turning us into believers of incongruous, illogical, false theories, etc.
And don't contradict them, because if you do, you're ignorant and stupid.

But what is the technique to make us believe in this principle?
Well, the same as the conjurers who make the rabbit disappear from the hat:
Give us an infinite series of confusing assumptions and examples so that at the end of the assumption and explanation we have already forgotten the physical essence of the event, and we are full of doubts and confusion.
For my part, I have not seen a logical and convincing explanation and demonstration of this principle.
Now of course, I respect any point of view of others.

When we want to measure the situation and moment of a particle (or other larger object) we have to do it simultaneously, that is, in the same place and time where the particle is.
Later, if we wish and we can, we will make other measurements, but they will already different measurements, in different places (position), at different times and with different moments.
This is why the justifications for the Uncertainty Principle are incorrect and manipulative:
"If we measure the situation of a particle, it can change its momentum, and then we will no longer be able to measure it adequately"
Of course, logically, agree.
But that second measurement will already be another measurement, at another time, in another situation and with another momentum.
No, the assumption and correct proposition is the opposite.
A) Are you (or we) able to measure the momentum of a particle?
B) Yes, I am.
A) Well, do it and you will see that by measuring the momentum, you will have also measured the situation, since the situation is the base and place where the momentum is measured.
And that in addition, with the reliability of one, will increase the reliability of the other.
* What is certain is that if the situation is unknown x=0, the moment will also be unknown p=0, and not the contrary as the Uncertainty Principle tells us.

We know that the momentum of a particle or object is gotten multiplying by its speed (v) by its mass (m).
And analyzing what speed is, we realize that it is the space traveled by the particle in a unit of time. v =s/t.
Therefore, to find the speed of a particle we have to observe and measure its position and movement over a sufficient period of time to adjust it (as in the drawing).
But to make sure a little more we could ask ourselves:

1.- "Is it possible to measure the speed without knowing the different positions that the particle is taking"?
--- Of course not, their positions through time are essential to find their speed.
--- Of course, the less accurate the measurements of the positions, the less accurate the measurement of their speed will also be.
**** "That is, everything contrary to what the Uncertainty Principle postulates"!

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And how do we measure mass?
--- Well, how are all masses measured, observing their displacements (deviations) or weight when they are subjected to a force field, such as gravity.
And how are their deviations and displacements caused by these force fields measured?
--- By observing, measuring and adjusting the different positions that the particle takes when it moves.
That is to say, in the measurement of masses, as we did in the measurement of speed, it is the position and changes in position, (along with the force fields through which they circulate), which measure the mass of the particles.
So here we have the same solution again:
"The more exact the measurement of the positions, the more exact we will have the adjustment of the mass of the particles"
Quite the opposite of what the Uncertainty Principle postulates.

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Well, this would not be too important if it were one more fact in modern physics.
But for my points of view it does, since it is a basic principle of Quantum Mechanics, and it also has millions of scientists wrong and confused.
Yes, for me such nonsense is important, and serious for the scientific health of our time.

Uncertainty principle: A fallacy and manipulation. (art. 2012)

Location and momentum of a particle:

Principle:
Any particle in motion will never do so in a perfect vacuum, but through fields of all kinds (gravitational, magnetic, electric, etc.) with continuous variation of position and momentum, and therefore:
"The momentum of a particle must always be measured simultaneously in position and time, since the momentum in position and time A will never be the momentum in position and time B."
And this is a consequence of the fact that the particles in movement can be in a state of acceleration, braking, change of direction, changes in the force fields that they cross, etc., and for this reason the measurements of situation and momentum must be simultaneous in time.
1.- The reality:
For the measurement and adjustment of the momentum of a particle we have to know and do it in and about its situation and changes of situation (to find speed and mass); we will never be able to do it in another place different from the one where it is located or on which it moves.
2.- Deception and manipulation:
"If we throw a photon at a particle, it will change state and THEN, we will no longer be able to find it and measure the momentum properly."
Logical !! The principle of simultaneity in the measurement is not fulfilled when we measure its moment and situation.
Falsehood and manipulation:
-- The moment must be measured simultaneously on the situation and changes of situation of the particle. AFTER it will be another situation and another momentum.
-- And doubly false; AFTER we will be able to measure the new situation and new momentum with the same procedures.
3.- Practical tests and demonstrations:
Every day (in particle accelerators) there are demonstrations that momentum, energy, mass, velocity, etc. of a particle is adjusted by observing its situation and changes in the situation of the particles inside these accelerators, as well as with the changes of situation produced by the fields of forces through which these particles circulate.
In such a way, that the more accurately the situations and changes of situation of the particles are measured, the better and more exact their momentum is measured.
That is to say: "The accuracy of measurement of the momentum of a particle is directly proportional to the accuracy in the measurement of its situation and change of situation".
Therefore, the Uncertainty Principle is completely false.
4.- So what is the use of a false Uncertainty Principle for us?
Well, to anesthetize our critical mind, and when a dysfunction or contradiction occurs in Quantum Mechanics, it is enough to say that "this is due to the Uncertainty Principle"; and with this our deductive critical capacity ends or closes.

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