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## A 5th Dimension

Using Vector Maths, could one describe the path of a "elementary" particle

by adding a 5th dimension. The first three dimensions would be the place:

x, y, z (of course relative). The fourth dimension time, when the particle

was where. And the 5th dimension as the Uncertainty Principle (ΔxΔp>ħ/2 and ΔEΔt>ħ/2), defining where the particle roughly was or will be.

So that in the end there are millions of paths that could be gone

with different certainties.

Do not hesitate to ask for clarification

**Topics:**philosophy physics quantum physics science

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## Fritzie - 200+

## Xajoc8 Eight

suggestion Fritzie! I'll look for the book and see where the pieces fit together. =D