An example of how quantum effects permit life as we know it operates in the nuclear furnace of the Sun.
As a plethora of books, articles, and TV programs have recently intoned, our almost complete ignorance of the nature of ultimate reality has been laid bare.
The German physicist Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) is one of the fathers of quantum mechanics and ranks among the greatest scientists of the 20th century.
Our profound ignorance of what Lucretius termed the nature of things has been revealed by the work of Planck, Einstein, Bohr, and Heisenberg.
From Johannes Kepler to Max Planck, scientists have seen their work as much more than merely uncovering how things work.