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The cosmological radiation was discovered only in 1965Io3 and the distribution of the radio sources was still highly controversial at the time of the conference. ” Furthermore, the mechanism leading to radio emission was misunderstood: the prevailing view attributed it to collisions between galaxies. From the small amount of information I have given it appears clear that in 1958 astrophysics was still in its classical stage. ’” It was presided over by Robert Oppenheimer, who had succeeded Sir Lawrence Bragg.
Man, Paris, 1%5, and the following articles in Rev. Mod. , 38, (1966) by J. S. Bell (p. 447), and D. Bohm and J. Bub (pp. 453 and 470). B. , Benjamin, New York, 1976. See also, by the same author, the article: “The Quantum Theory and Reality,’’ Sci. , 241(5), 128, November (1979), and the critical remarks by V. Weisskopf followed by d’Espagnat answer: Sci. , 242, 8, May (1980). 38. This terminology is used by d’Espagnat who analyses the foundation of this world view in three premises or assumptions: (1) realism, that is, the doctrine that regularities in observed phenomena are caused by some physical reality whose existence is independent of human observation; (2) inductive inference is a valid mode of reasoning and can be applied freely so that legitimate conclusions can be drawn from consistent observations; (3) “Eistein separability,” that is, no influence of any kind can propagate faster than the speed of light.
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