Uncertainty about Heisenberg

Thursday, May 3, 1945

Daddy shakes his head in disbelief at the news. He tells Mommy about studying the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle in Physics. Now, he finds out, Werner Heisenberg has just been arrested by the Allies. He already had a Nobel Prize when the war broke out. It’s a certainty that if anyone could help Nazis develop an atomic bomb, it would be Heisenberg. Did he help them? Daddy can’t believe this brilliant scientist put his gifts to work for the Nazis.

Light the Sabbath candles

 

 

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