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He got a tape rule out to MEASURE how many INCHES SPACE were between First and Second patches! By contrast, particles have no such interference. Quantum theory encountered powerful opposition but, it worked. In 1904, he proposed the first model of the atom, known as the plum pudding model. (The existence of the atom had been proposed in 1808 by Dalton .) In 1905, Einstein formulated the theory of special relativity, unifying space and time into a single entity, spacetime.

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