Is the Schrödinger equation true?
Just because a mathematical formula works does not mean it reflects reality. For centuries, physicists' have strived and often succeded to find formulas that give nature a mathematical explanation for its existence. However, is there much of a 'practical' use to some of them? In this interesting article for Scientific American, John Horgan explores why questioning the reality, or use, of some of the most complex branches of math is more valid than we think.
From Scientific American