Nobel Prize-winning physicists Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr were great friends until World War II, which ended their relationship. Heisenberg was a German who chose to stay in his country to work for the Nazis. Bohr, who was Danish and half-Jewish, lived through much of the war in occupied Denmark. In 1941, the two men had a meeting at Heisenberg's insistence. The results of that discussion, which ended quickly and badly, with Bohr stomping away from the German in a rage, have been kept a mystery for decades. The script of Michael Frayn's... More >>>