Discussion in 'New Science' started by EnolaGaia, Sep 17, 2018.
FULL STORY: https://www.livescience.com/63595-schrodinger-uncertainty-relation-temperature.html
I do try to follow this kind of stuff as best I can, but I might have got hold of the wrong end of the stick here...does this new uncertainty have implications for entropy? Anybody?
I don't know whether uncertainty with regard to temperature measurements necessarily implies anything about the more fundamental issue of entropy.
Makes sense to me.
If a quantum particle can be in 2 places at once at the same time (ref. the double slit experiment) then it is unlikely that both places will have the same temperature so the particle will have to exhibit both temperatures.
A sort of temperature version of quantum entanglement
There will be heated discussions about it though which will no doubt advance the heat death of the universe.
My feet are quite often cold, while my hands are warm. Is that the same thing?
Dunno. how tall are you
I'm guessing, the length of a Planck?
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