The future of science…Is art?

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The future of science…Is art?

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Seed magazine has a great article about the future of science… It’s writes –

In the early 1920s, Niels Bohr was struggling to reimagine the structure of matter. Previous generations of physicists had thought the inner space of an atom looked like a miniature solar system with the atomic nucleus as the sun and the whirring electrons as planets in orbit. This was the classical model.

But Bohr had spent time analyzing the radiation emitted by electrons, and he realized that science needed a new metaphor. The behavior of electrons seemed to defy every conventional explanation. As Bohr said, “When it comes to atoms, language can be used only as in poetry.” Ordinary words couldn’t capture the data.

Seed: The future of science…Is art? Link.

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4 thoughts on “The future of science…Is art?

  1. Maxd says:

    Calder, great sculptor, the beastie boys featured a set inspired from him, the panels were filled with (rgb?) leds.

  2. Maxd says:

    Calder, great sculptor, the beastie boys featured a set inspired from him, the panels were filled with (rgb?) leds.

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