## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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Space-time » is the history of space

is the history of particle position changing with time. What we have just said of the

history of the particle inescapably apphes to the history of space

Space-time » is the history of space

**geometry**changing with time. « World- line »is the history of particle position changing with time. What we have just said of the

history of the particle inescapably apphes to the history of space

**geometry**.Page 441

When one turns from the classical to the quantum dynamics of

field co-ordinate and field momentum have to be accepted as complementary,

conjugate, and not simultaneously measurable quantities, the reciprocal

uncertainty ...

When one turns from the classical to the quantum dynamics of

**geometry**, thenfield co-ordinate and field momentum have to be accepted as complementary,

conjugate, and not simultaneously measurable quantities, the reciprocal

uncertainty ...

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In the case of a 3-

time is possible. The 3-

time » [157]. Each 3-

In the case of a 3-

**geometry**no such clean separation of wave amplitude fromtime is possible. The 3-

**geometry**as a whole is a « carrier of information abouttime » [157]. Each 3-

**geometry**requires for its specification an infinite number of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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