Heisenberg’s Principle: Uncertainty in Position and Time

After spending 5 years in a row at the same place for my college education I was full of energy and waiting to explore the outside world. And as I was feeling I exploded like a bomb and got scattered everywhere. For about 3 years just after my graduation,  there has not been a place where I could stay for more than 4 months in a row 😛

That is what exactly Sir Heisenberg said about a high energy sub-atomic particle whose exact location and velocity can not be known at the same time. Felt exactly the same moving from one city to another hopping jobs as time goes by.

9, June 2009 – 20 Aug 2009 : Magarpatta city, Pune

21 Aug 2009 – 1 Jan 2010: Somewhere on Solapur highway, Pune

1 Jan 2010 – 15 march 2010: Magarpatta city, Pune

15 march 2010 – 11 Aug 2010: Delhi ~ Gurgaon

12 Aug 2010 – 1 Nov 2010: Mumbai ~ Pune ~ Goa

1 Nov – 27 Nov 2010: Delhi

27 Nov 2010 – 15 Dec 2010: Lausanne, Switzerland

15 Dec 2010 – 1 April 2011: Renens, Switzerland

1 April – 20 April 2011: Renens ~ Lausanne, Switzerland

20 April 2011 – 31 October 2011: Lausanne, Switzerland

1 November 2011 – 25 February 2012: St. Sulpice, Switzerland

After living this wild nomad life for so long time, I decided to stay put at Home Sweet Home and recharge my batteries 🙂

26 February 2012 — Present day: Delhi ~ Gurgaon

Meanwhile I plan for the next adventure, I shall rest and spend time with my family.

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2 thoughts on “Heisenberg’s Principle: Uncertainty in Position and Time

  1. It’s kind of true ..the nomadic life sounds quite thrilling but at the end we all seek stability (although stability also gets monotonous after some time:-) )

    Good for you to turn into a static electron 😉

    • Yes totally agree with you… but I am getting bored of being static for a while … I can feel the butterflies in my stomach already .. just need some friends .. hope I can encourage some of them to get out of the comfort zone and start exploring 🙂

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