Henri Poincaré Quote

Physical theories must not introduce as many arbitrary constants as there are phenomena to be accounted for; they must establish connections among the various experimental facts and, above all, must lead to predictions.


In: A. d'Abro, The Rise of the New Physics (Volume One)

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Physical theories must not introduce as many arbitrary constants as there are phenomena to be accounted for; they must establish connections among...

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Physical theories must not introduce as many arbitrary constants as there are phenomena to be accounted for; they must establish connections among...

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Physical theories must not introduce as many arbitrary constants as there are phenomena to be accounted for; they must establish connections among...

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Physical theories must not introduce as many arbitrary constants as there are phenomena to be accounted for; they must establish connections among...