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Doctor Richard -- -- as a professor of theoretical physics at City University -- -- called.
Physics of the fiercer.
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Because I have on their bodies drama so first -- -- quantum physicist that's today what is up.
Well quite a physicist look at the question awaited the universe come from how little it of -- how will -- -- And we try to find the theory of everything and equation one inch long.
Double allow is to quote read the mind of god.
An equation that summarizes all physical laws in the universe that's what I do for a living that's my day job the -- -- -- -- Well you know Einstein was asked that question and he said they're ready to kinds of -- One guided the personal god the guy that you prayed to the guy that parts the waters the god that's mites your enemies in the -- teams.
But then there's a god Espinoza the god of harmony beauty elegance that the universe is so gorgeous he didn't have to be that way.
It's -- he believed in the -- -- order.
Yemenite and master master when it -- I lean toward Einstein's conception are -- universe is so gorgeous you know you can put all the laws of physics on a sheet of paper all the laws of physics.
2000 years an investigation into the nature of matter and you can -- on a sheet of paper.
And it didn't have to be that way the universe could have been -- -- -- random but here it is.
Gorgeous beautiful -- elegant timber worker -- -- yeah that's right -- it works out.
So Einstein -- alternative.
That differs from from norm for.
A third deployment.
How well they're two great theories mother nature has a left hand and a right hand of the let tennis relativity the theory -- big black holes big bangs quasars.
And then you have the theory -- the small but quantum theory which makes possible laser beams and iPods ipads lasers all that stuff is made possible by the content there -- The two theories don't talk to each other the theory that big in the theory -- small the theory of everything unites these two theories into a comprehensive.
-- And we think we have it.
Einstein missed it for thirty years -- or anything after the theory everything we think we happen.
It's called string -- and we believe that music music is the language of nature.
That all of us are nothing bad vibrations musical melodies and tiny little vibrating strings.
And we're gonna try to prove it outside Geneva Switzerland with the largest machine of signs ever built.
Seventeen miles in circumference the Large Hadron Collider.
We're gonna try to recreate a tiny bit of Genesis to prove the correctness of these kinds of theories saw how well -- -- prime -- Holland manifests itself normal will happen.
Well we're gonna slam two beams of protons together an enormous temperatures if you saw the movie angels and demons with Tom Hanks actually filmed actually filmed at the Large Hadron Collider.
And we're gonna slam two beams of protons together to create energy is not seen since creation itself.
And we -- to create new generations of particles called sparkles.
Sparkles are nothing but higher vibrations higher octaves -- vibrating strings.
We're the lowest -- everything you see around you protons and neutrons represent the lowest octave up tiny little by -- -- -- But the other octaves and we helped to generate them with a Large Hadron Collider -- -- one of the founders of the -- -- right that's right on the co-founder of Springfield there right.
And that and that and that as a it's an attempt to summarize all of string theory into an equation one -- long now that's my equation by the way and I was down to what town.
Going back to when your draw so.
-- so what structured of -- -- wanted to spend their lives thinking about -- well I heard that Einstein had died when I was a child and I heard that he couldn't finished his greatest work.
And so I said to myself well what could be so hard I mean it's a home Eric Robert Wright -- yes his mother.
And then I realize it was the theory of everything that he try to create.
And then when I was in high school I decide to build an atom smasher.
Went to my mom one day and I said mom can I have permission to build and and smash in the garage.
And she said sure why not and don't think -- take out the garbage out.
So I've built a six kilowatt 2.3 minute -- -- -- trying to accelerate in the garage.
Everytime I turn it in -- blue what every single fuse in the house.
In my -- mother she must have said to herself I could not have a son who plays basketball.
They get by by in the baseball.
And forgot say like any finance Japanese girlfriend the other other relatives -- -- -- box some boxer took a semi permanent.
Nearly -- don't want Arafat drives right six kilowatts when he two miles a copper wire 400 pounds a -- -- is still.
It was so powerful the Magnus would rip the fillings out of your teeth if you got too close to my machine.
So -- like a child prodigy -- No I just had a fascination with physics physics is the language of the universe I can't understand why people are not fascinated by physics order while this fast -- don't -- don't like -- -- -- fast.
Then you've done on not being.
I'm not -- self effacing and amendment but it -- fastening.
Yeah we're talking about the fact that we physicist created laser beams transistor is extra machines television radio most of you what you see around -- was invented by --
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