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11. Interview: 'Faith and Reason' Transcript
And my own discipline, physics, I think, brings this out in the most forceful way. MS. WERTHEIM: Even the great Italian physicist Galileo was a religious man. According to popular mythology, however, he almost lost his life at the hands
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12. General Term: Quantum Theory
(see Implications of the new physics). Most quantum theorists accept an intrinsic element of probability in fundamental physics, and also the need to see systems as wholes rather than merely dissecting them into their simplest components. Related
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13. Biography: Steven Weinberg
field theory , elementary particle physics , and cosmology , and has been honored with numerous awards, including the Nobel Prize in Physics, the National Medal of Science, the Heinemann Prize in Mathematical Physics, the Cresson Medal of the
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14. Interview: Rustum Roy
would miss the entire particle physics community if it were to disappear tomorrow. I'm talking about scientists. I don't know a scientist with whom I work who wastes his time reading the literature, listening to what they say. So they are
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15. Divine Action Topic: Russell, Robert John. “Divine Action and Quantum M...
and describe by the laws of physics, and in specific macroscopic events which we view as acts of special providence. Russell begins with clarifications and comments on methodology. His thesis does not explain how God acts or constitute an
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16. General Term: Dirac, Paul (1902-84)
the 1933 Nobel Prize in physics with Erwin Schrödinger for his contributions to the development of quantum theory and its relation to relativity theory . In 1930 Dirac also proposed the existence of the "positron," a positively
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17. General Term: Quantum Field Theory
the apparent paradox of wave/particle duality, by identifying a wave with the superposition of an indefinite number of particles. For example, if a wave is then interpreted as showing the probability of the location of a particle, then
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18. Biography: John Barrow
Fellowship from the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council of the UK. Interview In July 1999 he took up a new appointment as Research Professor of Mathematical Sciences at Cambridge and Director of the
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19. Intelligent Design Topic: Can Specified Complexity Even Have a Mechanism?
from Aristotelian physics. Similarly, intelligent design proposes a far richer problematic than science committed to naturalism. Intelligent design is fully capable of accommodating mechanistic explanations. Intelligent design has no
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20. Maddox Bibliography Topic: III. Popular Expositions of Contemporary Natural ...
C. Particle Physics D. Chemistry E. Chaos & Complexity Theory F. Cosmology and Astrophysics
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