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When Einstein Challenged Bohr, a New Universe Was Born



George Musser

Big Think

Posted: Mar 18, 2016


Scientific advancement is more than a series of experiments: it is often a debate among scientists with fundamentally different points of view. Niels Bohr knew this firsthand thanks to Einstein. As science journalist George Musser explains, while Bohr may have tired of Einstein’s indefatigable questioning of quantum physics, the two maintained a healthy and competitive relationship throughout their careers.


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