Carlo Rovelli

“When Einstein died, his greatest rival, Bohr, found for him words of moving admiration. When a few years later Bohr in turn died, someone took a photograph of the blackboard in his study. There’s a drawing on it. A drawing of the “light-filled box” in Einstein’s thought experiment. To the very last, the desire to challenge oneself and understand more. And to the very last: doubt.”

Carlo Rovelli, Seven Brief Lessons on Physics
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Seven Brief Lessons on Physics Seven Brief Lessons on Physics by Carlo Rovelli
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