Arthur Eddington Quote

An electron would not know how large it ought to be unless there existed independent lengths in space for it to measure itself against.


The Mathematical Theory of Relativity - Chapter V (p. 155), At The University Press. 1930

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An electron would not know how large it ought to be unless there existed independent lengths in space for it to measure itself against.

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An electron would not know how large it ought to be unless there existed independent lengths in space for it to measure itself against.

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An electron would not know how large it ought to be unless there existed independent lengths in space for it to measure itself against.

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An electron would not know how large it ought to be unless there existed independent lengths in space for it to measure itself against.