Experiment, Entanglement and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics

Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook 3:13-19 (1995)
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Abstract

Albert Einstein1 was the first who around 1910 realized that quantum physics contains elements which significantly go beyond any possible interpretive concepts in classical physics. Even before the invention of full quantum mechanics by Heisenberg and Schrödinger, he expressed discomfort about the new role played by randomness in quantum physics

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