Abstract

The relationship between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg was irrevocably changed by the Second World War. While we may never know what transpired during their famous meeting in Copenhagen, their story highlights the ethical complexities— and heavy burdens—that sometimes come with being a scientist.

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