The Secrets Of Quantum Physics - Quantum Biology Theory Documentary Published on Apr 13, 2016 Einstein was wrong. Apologies to the whole of science, but last night Professor Jim Al-Khalili OBE proved it to me right there on television. Why aren’t small Victorian news-boys in flat caps shouting this abroad, while spinning front page headlines pirouette behind their heads? Why wasn’t the evening’s viewing interrupted with a special announcement? In The Secrets of Quantum Physics (BBC4), Al-Khalili performed an exhaustive series of demonstrations, variously using coins, gloves and at one point cocktail paraphernalia, in order to come to his startling conclusion. For decades Einstein was at loggerheads with Danish physicist Niels Bohr about the nature of reality. “Does the moon cease to exist when I stop looking at it?” he sneered, in response to Bohr’s assertion that reality only existed when it was observed. But it turns out the answer is “Kind of, yes”.