If you have a link to a good article or a nice archive please post them here I will greatly appreciate it. I've looked at www.arxiv.org[/url] and physicstoday [url]http://www.aip.org/pt/pastiss04.html[/URL] who however only seem to have articles from 1995 and forward. Is there any place on the internet who stores all important research papers? for example the the original EPR document that dr.chinese has on his webpage. I would like to browse the research papers that where published when QM was being developed. Since I haven't come that far in my studies I have some problems reading recently published research papers. How long are we expected to goto school before we can read papers about "Modified Kaluza-Klein Theory" :confused: , 20 years?!! Where are the relevant articles on things like measuring position of a single electron, where do we get a single electron to start with? How do we determine in what state a hydrogen atom is? etc things like this, the basic things. In my books on QM there a practically no explanations on how things are done, it just says if we measure that and that we get this and that etc. I realize it isn't important to know how these things are done in order to make predictions but I sure think it would give me a better feel for the subject. All this information and no practical knowledge is makin me feel like that professor in probability theory that knew everything about picking white and black balls out of an urn and at the same time he had no clue on what an urn is or what it looks like. I think he found out what it was when he was 50 or something.