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Myles Dakin Aug 26
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Every question examined results in ten more questions. The discipline of research is good at keeping us honest and humble.
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Fiona Russell Aug 26
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Although the Theory of Nothing must in reality be a Theory of Something, nevertheless
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Jim Golab Aug 26
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I think many people would be happy if we had a proper theory of the vacuum.
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Reyna Aug 26
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I kinda want to see this but reversed
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Rarefied Gas Aug 26
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The daily routine of theorists
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Steve Aug 26
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Keep going
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M҉a҉r҉k҉ 🐝 Aug 26
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“String Theory”
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LukasDanielKlausner Aug 26
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I'd love to get that on a t-shirt.
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Rahul.t.h Aug 26
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Finally she got the point
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AndrejBagg Aug 26
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Darach Urquhart Aug 26
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Bruno Aug 31
On peut effectivement avoir un champ de possibles mais pas d’objectif !
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Peter Aug 28
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Guys who speak English, could you explain. I thought the sequence should be like this: 1 can do everything 2 can do anything 3 can do something 4 can do nothing Why the strip puts it 1, 3, 2, 4? Am I missing something?
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Joey Bones Sep 9
My interpretation: the only thing theories do is explain so a theory that could explain anything is unfalsifiable, it's not a good theory.
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Sir John Salmond Aug 26
Socrates got it: the more you know, the more you comprehend your ignorance.
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'_kh_ik' Aug 26
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Gailaira Aug 26
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