La casa d'Einstein.
"If one asks what, irrespective of quantum mechanics, is characteristic of the world of ideas of physics, one is first of all struck by the following: the concepts of physics relate to a real outside world, that is, ideas are established relating to things such as bodies, fields, etc., which claim a "real existence" that is independent of the perceiving subject [...]". It is further characteristic of these physical objects that they are thoughtless arranged in a space-time continuum. An essential aspect of this arrangement of things in physics is that they may claim, at a certain time, to an existence independent of one another, provided these objects ‘are situated in different parts of space'. Unless one makes this kind of assumption about the independence of the existence of objects which are far apart from one another in space [...].physical thinking in the familiar sense would not be possible [...]". The following idea characterizes the relative independence of objects far apart in space (A and B): external influence on A has no direct influence on B; this is known as the "principle of locality" [...]. If this axiom were to be [...] abolished [...] the postulation of laws which can be checked empirically in the accepted sense, would become impossible"