Observation And Behaviour

I don't exactly love quantum physics but i loved the "Heisenberg Principle" of observation altering behaviour. It applies to human beings too.
AtomicWater AtomicWater
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12 Responses Nov 9, 2010

Politicians provide ample evidence to support your hypothesis.

I've seen that. It was very thought provoking.

If you like that, you should look up the " What the *bleep* do we know? " movie. In it there is a section about words, and the affect it has on water. It is really interesting and something I think you might be interested in too. : )

The more you try and fix something, the less certain it becomes. I love quantum mechanics.

I'm bored, can i watch you? I'll be quiet i promise.

but I like to be watched (lol)

One needs a quantum or packet of light to 'observe' to define the location of an ob<x>ject !<br />
That light quantum itself changes the momentum or the state of movement of that ob<x>ject.<br />
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very true , when we observe or watch someone, that person becomes conscious of it and the watching itself affects the behaviour of that watched person.<br />
thanks for sharing.

I remember Pavlov from school, i salivate at a lot of things.

I like Heineken. lol

I saw a piece of chocolate cake on tv and I'm drooling like Pavlov's dog *sigh*

I feel better now.

I'm typing with frozen fingers, missed the h.