“Some physicists say that the future is already written in today,
but I think that they are not taking quantum uncertainty seriously.
Quantum uncertainty says the future is not determined until it's happened.”
- George F. R. Ellis, Ph.D. Prof. Emeritus, Mathematics Dept.,
Univ. of Cape Town, South Africa
June 27, 2015 Cape Town, South Africa - A scientist who studied and expanded his mind about the universe at Cambridge University in England and had long dialogues with the young physicist Stephen Hawking about time and space is George F. R. Ellis, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus now in the Mathematics Department at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
Like Prof. Martin Rees, Prof. Ellis also received a Templeton Prize honoring his profound insights into the cosmos that have led now to his rejecting the theory that evolved in Albert Einstein mind that space and time are entangled in such a way that time is an illusion.
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