Scientists develop theory to explain 'everything'
Tue, 10 May 2011 7:29a.m.
For physicists, mathematicians and philosophers it is the holy grail; a theory that explains everything.
Scientists have been working on a theory for years, throwing up possibilities of parallel universes and alternate realities.
Now, thanks to the large Hadron Collider – built underground in Europe for smashing microscopic particles together to see what happens – that theory is a step closer to being proven.
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10/05/2011 8:53:19 p.m.
Eric C wrote:
Some interesting positive news for a change. Awesome (to the power of 42)!
10/05/2011 4:38:36 p.m.
What a waste of time and money. Everyone knows that the answer to life, the universe and everything is 42.
10/05/2011 12:45:44 p.m.
Here's a theory to explain everything : "because!"
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