Werner Heisenberg Quote

Can quantum mechanics represent the fact that an electron finds itself approximately in a given place and that it moves approximately with a given velocity, and can we make these approximations so close that they do not cause experimental difficulties?


Physics and Beyond: Encounters and Conversations, trans. Arnold J. Pomerans (1971)

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