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Nature PastCast, December 1920: The Quantum Theory

In this episode, we’re heading back to the early twentieth century, when physicists had become deeply entangled in the implications of the quantum theory. Was the world at its smallest scales continuous, or built of discrete units? It all began with Max Planck. His Nobel Prize was the subject of a Nature news article in 1920. In this episode, we’re heading back to the early twentieth century, when physicists had become deeply entangled in the implications of the quantum theory. Was the world at its smallest scales continuous, or built of discrete units? It all began with Max Planck. His Nobel Prize was the subject of a Nature news article in 1920. This episode was first broadcast in December 2013. From the archive Nature 16 December 1920 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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