1. Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein

    Albert Einstein  After formulating the theory of general relativity, Albert Einstein had shown that photons have momentum and that electrons and other subatomic particles display characteristics of both waves and particles. These discoveries helped form the quantum theories of Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr, who proposed that this wave-particle duality exhibited a randomness that is affected by the observer himself. Thereby, the more precisely the particle's position is determined, the less precisely its momentum is known; the more precisely the momentum of the particle, the less precisely …Read More