Research challenges Heisenberg's uncertainty principle

03/4/2013 | Science World Report

Scientists have successfully found a means to directly measure the polarization of light, a discovery that researchers say flies in the face of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, according to findings published in the journal Nature Photonics. Researchers previously could only indirectly measure the wavefunction, but the discovery could alter the way scientists approach quantum mechanics in the future.

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