Articles

A Different Kind of Theory of Everything

Natalie Wolchover | The New Yorker
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Mar 8, 2019
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Nature | Quantum

In 1964, during a lecture at Cornell University, the physicist Richard Feynman articulated a profound mystery about the physical world. He told his listeners to imagine two objects, each gravitationally attracted to the other. How, he asked, should we predict their movements? Feynman identified three approaches, each invoking a different belief about the world. The first […]

Smaller Is Better

EurekAlert!
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Mar 6, 2019
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Humans

At least that might be the case for the size of research teams.