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Heisenberg

Werner Karl . 1901--76, German physicist. He contributed to quantum mechanics and formulated the uncertainty principle (1927): Nobel prize for physics 1932
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Ever resourceful, Berg managed to take a walk with Heisenberg after a dinner party, a stroll in which he concluded the scientist still had a long way to go in developing the bomb and therefore he passed up an ideal opportunity to kill him.
Heisenberg suggested in several passages of his philosophical writings that the Aristotelian notion of potentiality (potentia) could be useful to understand the problem of measurement and the wave/particle duality in quantum mechanics.
They have selected Heisenberg II to streamline compensation management throughout their organization and establish a new standard of data visibility and transparency for the entire provider group.
La fisica de Heisenberg (1959) descarta la vision clasica de esta disciplina, cuyo trasfondo filosofico es incardinado como propio de la ontologia del materialismo.
Heisenberg's estimate of the amount of plutonium needed was so great that no German aircraft was big enough to carry and deliver a weapon that large.
Heisenberg II is a comprehensive, cognitive, adaptive system that automates manual processes, reduces likelihood of human error, improves communication and creates transparency between administration and providers throughout the compensation process.
It echoes the plot of the hit US TV show, in which Bryan Cranston plays a chemistry teacher with cancer who makes crystal meth under the alias Heisenberg.
Conlon has used his Twitter feed to link to images of what appear to be legal highs, adding the comment, "Heisenberg or what?"
New methods for constructing a canal surface surrounding a biharmonic curve in the Lorentzian Heisenberg group [Heis.sup.3] were given, (KORPINAR; TURHAN, 2010; 2011; 2012).
The British playwright created one such memorable stage character in Christopher Boone, the boy math whiz in "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time." Georgie Burns -- the eccentric American woman in "Heisenberg," a slight if gracefully written two-character play commissioned by the Manhattan Theater Club--is another kind of exceptional individual, the kind of unstable person you normally avoid making eye contact with.