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Heisenberg's Principle of Uncertainty

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Are quantum mechanics and Torah complementary?
To what extent does human knowledge and expression shape the reality which it observes and defines?
1928-1932
Rabbi Menachem Mendel’s studies at Berlin’s Friedrich Wilhelm (Humboldt) University coincided with Erwin Schrödinger’s tenure as Professor of Theoretical Physics.
Three points of interface
In the wondrous realm of subatomic reality, elementary particles move backward in time, leaving "footprints" that are experimentally observable. Thus, the force of tikkun--of negative-entropy--can be discerned in the infinitely small...
How deep can Talmud go?
Quantum logic helps explain a halachic ruling of Maimonides, a puzzling story of the Talmud, a Midrash about the splitting of the Sea of Reeds, and a rabbinic teaching about the relationship between Torah and existence.
For millennia we were ridiculed for believing that the world began, cause and effect are not inherently linked, a whole is greater than the sum of its parts, the human psyche is multi-layered...
We live on shifting sands... The past 100 years, even more so the past fifty, and most of all the past ten, have created a burning need for people who can provide points of convergence...
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