It is sometimes supposed
that because Whitehead formulated his metaphysics at the time of the great
developments in physics known as the second quantum revolution [The Schrödinger
Wave Equation was published in 1926, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle in
1927] and because both process thought and quantum theory require a somewhat
unusual way of looking at the world, that therefore process schemes are
particularly compatible with the new physics. But see Polkinghorne, J, Science and Christian Belief (London:
SPCK, 1994) pp22-3 against this view.
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