A Fundamental Physics Problem Is Unsolvable

Researchers have determined that a fundamental physics problem is unsolvable. The question is about the spectral gap, or rather the energy required for an electron to transition from a ow-energy state to an excited state. According to the study, no matter how perfectly we can describe a material on the microscopic level, we will never be able to predict its macroscopic behavior.  

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