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On the meaning of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle:
In view of the realization that at the atomic and subatomic level of studying Nature, any experiment that we may perform will inevitably inherent a large enough disturbance that will affect in a substantial and incontrollable way the results gathered, then
  • What is the significance of those experimental results obtained if we are not able to extract accurate data and we have no way to adjust them towards their true "absolute" value?, and
  • What should be our theoretical model for this study of Nature --in general, and What mathematical model we need to embrace --in particular while studying Nature at its atomic and subatomic level of existence?, and
  • If we cannot rely on experiments, because of the uncontrollable and unpredictable large errors generated, on what can we relay in studying Nature at its most fundamental level of existence?

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