Chapter-6: Quantum Mechanics

Quantum Mechanics has a subject called Uncertainty Principle. This principle says that there is uncertainty in everything, and therefore destiny cannot be correct and freewill must exist.

But in this chapter we prove that the uncertainty principle itself is wrong, because it makes assumptions about nature. As we know nature does not and cannot make assumptions, therefore the principle must be wrong. We show from Heisenberg’s own proof the kind of assumptions he makes and then we show, by removing those assumptions, the uncertainty goes away.

On the other hand we have seen existence of freewill contradicts action-reaction law. Therefore freewill must be invalid and so destiny must be correct.


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