But the question then surfaces of whether or not the quantity of uncertainty required differs with differing external environmental or statistical situations, if so, that implies that you could extract energy from the quantum uncertainty..
Is it just me, or does reading that without thinking about it make you laugh?
I think spontaneous energy beneath the uncertainty floor is "imaginary" energy, "imaginary" in the same way the impedances in a network of perfect capacitors and inductors are imaginary.
"you could extract energy from the quantum uncertainty"
Some search algorithms use randomness. In a way, I think it's possible to extract computational leverage from quantum uncertainty. Perhaps the brain is able to use quantum uncertainty in this way.
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