Albert Einstein the father of modern physics


Albert Einstein the father of modern physics

Albert Einstein the father of modern physics

how modern physics based on relativity theory and quantum mechanics was born in the beginning of the 20th century from a collapse
of classical physics. The new baby was the result of a couple of scientific paradoxes, which appeared unsolvable using classical deterministic continuum
models, crowned by Maxwell’s equations for electromagnetics formulated in 1865 by the British physicist Clerk Maxwell.
Theoretical science cannot tolerate paradoxes or contradictions, because in a contradictory theory everything is both true and false at the same time, and thus a paradox presented by some critics of a theory must be handled one way or the other by the proponents of the theory. A paradox can be
deconstructed by showing that it is only an apparent paradox, not a real paradox, which is the only scientifically acceptable solution.
If this turns out to be impossible, a second defense line may be to simply deny the existence of the paradox, another to claim that even if the paradox appears to be a real contradiction, such as the contradicting wave and particle pictures of quantum mechanics, it can be accomodated as wave-particle duality or wave-particle complementarity as a form of augmented reality without contradiction.

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