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Integral Uncertainty Principle

The above statements about dualities or subdivisions have significant effects on their observation. My general valid statement is:
The non-overlapping parts of a whole
are related at observation
to the uncertainty principle

As pointed out in the previous chapter, any whole (e.g. a full frequency spectrum) can be divided into parts. For duality the whole is separeted in two, often equally large parts. Usual are also prime number partitionings, which lead again to mostly equally large parts. In addition, unequally large, non-overlapping parts likewise fall under this universal principle.

Now if one of these parts is focused, then inevitably the other part or the other parts can be perceived only accordingly more in a diffuse way. This can be recognized as universal rule for mind and measurement procedures, so the usual human perception, which will be explained in more detail in the following chapters.

Subdividing mind or measurement operations
produce an uncertainty principle

This relationship can be named also as integral complementarity by a standard technical term.

Below this is considered in more details for the dualities statics / dynamics and wave / particle.

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