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So was Schrödinger's equation basically the birth of the idea that quantum mechanical systems work off probability? Also, I'm sure it's not Heisenberg, but I'm thinking of a physicist who took the wave functionΨ(x,y,z,t)and squared the absolute value of it, and I was wondering what his name was.

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