Science: Indisputable Universe

In Cambridge University's Cavendish Laboratory works a young Briton of Swiss extraction who is indisputably one of the few great mathematical logicians in the world. His Principles oj Quantum Mechanics is a monument of human cerebration. That book is utterly incomprehensible to ordinary men who had never heard of its author until Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac won a Nobel Prize last year. Only a few of the ablest scholar-scientists can follow the chain of symbolic reasoning in Principles of Quantum Mechanics, and among them none is more articulate, more authoritative, more...

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