Subject: Does the Uncertainty Relation hold for a photon whose T=0 ?
Date: Sun May 9 00:35:55 2004
Posted by Ray
Grade level: grad (non-science)
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Area of science: Physics
After finding no answer in your archives, I ask again: If a photon experiences NO time passage ( T=0 ), does that mean that its "uncertainty in time" is 0 according to Heisenberg's Uncertainty Relation involving time & energy ? IF that is the case, then its uncertainty in energy would be infinite,which seems implausible. Could you clarify? Thank you.
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