The certainty of chance

 作者:宰父岗     |      日期:2019-03-15 07:13:00
By Marcus Chown THERE is a fundamental limit to what we can know about the world. The more precisely we can measure the speed of a subatomic particle such as an electron, the less precisely we can know where it is located, and vice versa. Because what we know is ultimately determined by our experiments, to some extent we create the reality we observe. This idea – totally abhorrent to Einstein – goes by the name of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. In this impressively researched book,