What did Einstein do for quantum theory?

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  • oubaas
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    1 month ago
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    "God does not play dice with the universe" is its sentece about !!!

    It's true that Einstein never accepted quantum mechanics, but the reason was much more nuanced than a flat-out rejection of the theory (after all Einstein won a Nobel Prize in 1921 for describing the photoelectric effect, a phenomenon that led to the development of quantum mechanics).

    The reason for the quote is to express how bizarre quantum mechanics is as a theory. While most of the universe is deterministic and measurable, quantum mechanics says there's a world of tiny particles behind everything that's governed by total randomness.

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