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A Different Kind of Theory of Everything

A Different Kind of Theory of Everything

The New Yorker - Natalie Wolchover

Physicists used to search for the smallest components of the universe. What if that’s not the point? 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 …

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