Paul Dirac Quote

It seems clear that the present quantum mechanics is not in its final form. Some further changes will be needed, just about as drastic as the changes made in passing from Bohr's orbit theory to quantum mechanics. Some day a new quantum mechanics, a relativistic one, will be discovered, in which we will not have these infinities occurring at all. It might very well be that the new quantum mechanics will have determinism in the way that Einstein wanted.


"The Early Years of Relativity" in Albert Einstein : Historical and Cultural Perspectives : The Centennial Symposium in Jerusalem (1979) edited by Gerald James Holton and Yehuda Elkana, p. 85

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It seems clear that the present quantum mechanics is not in its final form. Some further changes will be needed, just about as drastic as the changes ...

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It seems clear that the present quantum mechanics is not in its final form. Some further changes will be needed, just about as drastic as the changes ...

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It seems clear that the present quantum mechanics is not in its final form. Some further changes will be needed, just about as drastic as the changes ...

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It seems clear that the present quantum mechanics is not in its final form. Some further changes will be needed, just about as drastic as the changes ...