When physicist Werner Heisenberg introduced his “Uncertainty Principle” in 1927, he found himself at odds with Albert Einstein and centuries of scientific understanding. Kojo explores his radical idea – that sometimes you can obtain one bit of information about the world only at the price of losing another – and its profound influence on physics, social science and the arts.


  • David Lindley Author, "Uncertainty: Einstein, Heisenberg, Bohr, and the Struggle for the Soul of Science" (Doubleday)

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