Perhaps it's worth noting that immediately following the EPR paper in
Phys. Rev. is one by N. Bohr with exactly the same title ("Can Quantum
Mechanical description of Reality be Considered Complete?") in which he answers
the question oppositely to EPR.
Copies of Phys. Rev. of this vintage are still easy to find in libraries
but will become increasingly less so as libraries go to other means of storage &
bound volumes are disposed of. Over 20 years ago I read that the issue of
_Annalen der Physik_ in which Einstein's first special relativity paper was
published were selling for ~$2000 - which, interestingly, was about the going
price of a good copy of the first Superman comic book!
George L. Murphy
"The Science-Theology Interface"
John Burgeson wrote:
> The original paper appeared in the may 1935 Physical review.
> What I have on the web site is a photo of that paper. (actually, 4 photos,
> one of each page.
> I have higher quality photos which I'll put up someday if anyone asks for
> The Physical review is probably the best known of the Physics research
> journals; it began in 1893, as I remember. Bound volumes of it exist in many
> university libraries throughout the world I'd guess several 1000 or so.
> >From: Bjoern Moeller <email@example.com>
> >To: John Burgeson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Subject: Re: Einstein's 1935 (EPR) paper
> >Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 11:26:39 -0700 (PDT)
> >--- John Burgeson <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > Just a note to tell those interested that I found
> > > the original Einstein EPR
> > > paper in the musty archives of the Penrose library
> > > at DU here in Denver.
> >I'm not a physicist, and I'm not claiming to
> >understand what the EPR paper is really about, but for
> >the historical side of it; is this the *original* EPR
> >paper that Einstein wrote (with his two friends)? If
> >you meant what you wrote this must be a historical
> >treat, or in other words, a very valuable 4 pages of
> >Just curious, or perhaps just mistaken.
> >Bjorn Moller
> >E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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