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Werner Heisenberg


German theoretical physicist and among the crucial creators of quantum mechanics. He was granted the Nobel Reward in Physics in 1932 for his function. He fulfilled Niels Bohr as students when he could go to Bohr Festival in 1922. In 1927 he released his uncertainty rule where he constructed his beliefs and that he is most widely known. He wedded Elisabeth Schumacher in 1937, the few had twins the next year. Another popular German scientist like him can be Johannes Kepler.

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Date Of Birth December 5, 1901
Place Of Birth Wurzburg, Germany
Profession Scientist
Education University of Göttingen, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Nationality Weimar, German, Nazi, West German
Spouse Elisabeth Heisenberg, Elisabeth Heisenberg
Children Martin Heisenberg, Christine Mann, Jochen Heisenberg, Verena Heisenberg, Wolfgang Heisenberg, Barbara Heisenberg, Maria Heisenberg
Parents August Heisenberg, Annie Wecklein
Siblings Erwin Heisenberg
Awards Nobel Prize in Physics, Max Planck Medal, Matteucci Medal, Niels Bohr International Gold Medal
Star Sign Sagittarius

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1The real inspiration of Vince Gilligan for Walter White's codename in Breaking Bad (2008).



Horizon1965TV Series documentaryHimself

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CERN neboli Továrna na absolutno2010DocumentaryHimself
Sworn to Secrecy: Secrets of War1998TV Series documentaryHimself

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