In 2013 it was 100 years ago, Niels Bohr developed his atom model. It stands today as one of the most groundbreaking discoveries in history .
His atomic model is indirectly a precondition for the atomic bomb, but also for the computers , lasers and mobile phones, modern people rely on today.
It is estimated that one third of the world economy rests on quantum physics .
He was not only a brilliant scientist , but also a great humanist, a renaissance man, a world citizen who interacted with some of history's leading figures. Niels Bohr was the Dane who changed the world.
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