THEME - I
Overview : THEME - 1
IS THE UNIVERSE BASED ON HAZARDS ?
Quantum physical experimentation reveals that experimental outcome cannot be predicted with precision, but only with a certain degree of probability. The rules of HEISENBERG 1927 explain, that localization and speed of subatomic particles cannot be measured with precision at the same time. If localization is measured with precision, speed can only be predicted with probability and vice versa. Probability means that a certain degree of hazard is included in quantum physical experiments. Does this mean that subatomic particles are governed by hazards and that therefore the whole universe is based on hazards only ?
(A click on the author name on the pink left side leads to his own page)
11 international scientists from 7 countries (recognizable by their indicated publications) have contradictory opinions, as listed below. Their contributions are accessible by clicking on their names on the pink left side. Other contributions are expected further on.
PUBLISHED STATEMENTS :
Author Discipline Country Opinion
1 CHARPAK, G. et al. Physics, CERN, Geneva SWITZERLAND yes
2 OMNES, R Theoretical Physics, Paris FRANCE yes
3 HEISENBERG, W Physics, Leipzig, GERMANY yes
4 HAWKING, Theoretical Physics, Cambridge ENGLAND yes
INVITED DISCUSSANTS :
5 SCHUTTE, D Theoretical Physics, Bonn GERMANY no
6 GUICHON, P Theoretical Physics, Paris FRANCE no
7 JANSEN, FK Biology, Montpellier FRANCE indeterminable
8 KRÖGER, H Theoretical Physics, Quebec CANADA yes
9 BRICMONT, J Theoretical Physics, Louvain BELGIUM no
10 SCHULMAN, LS Theoretical Physics, New York USA no
11 BITBOL, M Philosophy, CREAParis FRANCE yes: for theories