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Heisenberg on Einstein

Heisenberg, in writing about Einstein, said, 

“In his earlier physics, Einstein could always set out from the idea of an objective world subsisting in space and time, which we, as physicists, observe only from the outside, as it were. The laws of nature determine its course. In quantum theory this idealization was no longer possible.”

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