Living in a Quantum World: Scientific American

Those who are not shocked when they first come across quantum theory cannot possibly have understood it.
Niels Bohr

Quantum mechanics is commonly said to be a theory of microscopic things: molecules, atoms, subatomic particles.

Nearly all physicists, though, think it applies to everything, no matter what the size.

via Living in a Quantum World: Scientific American.

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