Uncertainty Principle
From Numb3rs
00:00 - 01:33
1m 33s
Charlie explains the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle to the team. After interfering with the bank robbers plans after Charlie uses his algorithm to predict their next move, Charlie has to explain that because they interfered with the latest robbery, they've introduced new variables or changed the strategy of the bank robbers


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