Edward Teller They have, and here is why: In the early days of quantum mechanics, there was a great deal of controversy. Much of it came down to the famous one between Bohr and Einstein, with Einstein saying he couldn't believe God plays dice with the universe. You see, in 19th century physics, if you believed in God, you had to admit that God was unemployed. He created the universe and then left it up to the rules of science forever after. But today, using the same metaphor, you could say that if God exists, there is plenty for Him to do.