Werner Heisenberg Quote

In physics, we can only work with the assumption that we have natural laws. If we have no natural laws, then anything can happen, and we can only describe what we see, and that's all.


In: Paul Buckley and F. David Peat (eds.), Glimpsing Reality: Ideas in Physics and the Link to Biology, Werner Heisenberg (p. 15)

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