The omnipresent space-matter entity of uncertainty
Albert Einstein has great contribution to the development of non-deterministic physics of the 20th century. His theories did unrepayable favours to the overly abstract quantum mechanics.[i] His interpretation of the induction of electric current by light known as the photoelectric effect[ii] gave a crucial impetus to quantum physics. His mathematical description of the photoelectric effect treated light as quantized. This implied a possible confirmation of the particulate nature of light and introduced the idea of photon which fit the quantum hypothesis. Sixteen years later when the new unrepresentative physics thrived he was awarded the Nobel Prize for this.