The poet that solved a scientific paradox

Understanding the darkness — maybe a poet does that better than a scientist? Everyone probably knows that scientists sometimes are active in the field of humanities, there are scientists who have made important humanistic contributions. But not everyone knows that there are also humanists who have solved difficult scientific problems.

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Professor in entrepreneurship, PhD in Nuclear Physics. Entrepreneur and researcher. From Stockholm Sweden

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Thomas Arctaedius

Thomas Arctaedius

Professor in entrepreneurship, PhD in Nuclear Physics. Entrepreneur and researcher. From Stockholm Sweden

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