The Arguments of Heisenberg and Einstein Weighed by a Partial Observer - oil on canvas - 16" x 16"

Dave Martsolf

Windham, United States

Artist's Description

Surreal art – an oil painting on canvas – for physics and metaphysics majors, and laymen who enjoy thinking about imponderables.

Einstein thought that the universe could be precisely described. His view is on the right. Heisenberg thought that you could never exactly describe the universe, and that in some cases an object could actually exist at two places at the same time. His theory is on the left. Since all is flux, the observer might be impartial, but today he is partial. Like an IMAX theater, if you experience dizziness or nausea, just turn your head and the feeling should subside! Enjoy!

The original painting is 16″ × 16″, oil on canvas. Contact Dave Martsolf through Bubblemail or write davidmartsolf@comcast.net

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