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Turbulence, the Oldest ­nsolved Problem in Physics

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"Please prepare the cabin for technical discussions of physics..."

Werner Heisenberg won the 1932 Nobel Prize for helping to found the field of quantum mechanics and developing foundational ideas like the Copenhagen interpretation and the uncertainty principle.

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