A stunning revision of quantum theory has effectively replaced Heisenberg?s uncertainty principle with the concept of quantum entanglement. According to Heisenberg, writing in the early years of this century, both the momentum and position of a particle cannot be known at the same time, because the process of measuring the position changes the particle?s momentum.

Previously, only ?thought experiments? were available to test the theory, but this has changed, and the changes have huge implications in areas such as communications.
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What may well be the among most powerful solar maximums ever recorded will reach its height over the next 18 months, according to astronomers. Cycle 23 ?will be one of the largest on record, and compatible with the last two solar cycles,? according to an expert panel chaired by Jo Ann Joselyn of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The panel said that the maximum could peak at 190 sunspots sometime between June of 1999 and January of 2001. In March of 1958, the sunspot number reached 201, the highest ever recorded. In July of 1989, during the height of the last cycle, the number was 159.
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