Letters Extra: You cannae do it, Jim

24th January 2003 at 00:00

Having just read your article "Uncertain staff break the laws of physics" (TES, January 10), I would just like to point out that transporter systems arenbsp;fitted withnbsp;Heisenberg Compensators which are designed to permit thenbsp;derivation of precision vector and positional data of particles on a subatomic level.

These devices allow quantum resolution of objects andnbsp;therfore negate the uncertainty principle. How do they work? Very well indeed.

P Randall
ICT Co-ordinator
Craven Park Primary
London

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