Art of dice, a black hole and chance

Art of dice, a black hole and chance

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Caption: Chance in the universe. Computer illustration representing the chance, randomness and probability inherent in the universe according to the theory of quantum mechanics. Dice are seen spiralling towards a black hole, their numbers producing a random sequence. They are distorted in the disrupted space-time around the black hole. The randomness and probability in quantum physics (subatomic physics) was described by Werner Heisenberg's 'Uncertainty Principle', and by Erwin Schrodinger. Einstein did not believe in a random universe and said "God does not play dice with the universe".

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