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Wednesday, May 27 all times in EDT p. May 27, It's horrifying, very much of this year, and yes, there was video: As Washington Post meteorologist Matthew Cappucci explained, this may be the From The Web Ads by Zergnet. Physicists have often sought mathematical elegance in their theories; at the same time, they've been drawn by the closely related idea of simplicity or economy, as it's sometimes called.
Some justify this attraction to aesthetics with references to " Occam's razor ," a dictum that holds that when choosing between competing theories the simpler one is usually correct. But Wilczek cautions that there is no guarantee these principles pay off.
Although they have a good track record, he says, "They don't have to work. Wilczek agrees that physics in recent years has seemed lackluster, but he says that's partly because we were "so spectacularly successful earlier on, in the '70s and '80s — which led to such good models of the world that it's been very, very difficult to improve on them.
As for supersymmetry and the dark matter particle, he says it's too soon to bury either idea. Turok, too, remains optimistic that a new era of physics may be just around the corner — one that might produce bold new ideas on the scale of quantum theory and relativity.Jun 02, · Why some scientists say physics has gone off the rails. First, Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity helped us view gravity not as a force but as a distortion of space.