131. Intro Topic: A Theory of Everything
Theoretical physicist, Steven Weinberg , who played a major role
in unifying the electromagnetic and weak forces (for which he was awarded the
Noble Prize, along with colleagues Abdus Salam and Sheldon Glashow), has called
a theory of all
132. Maddox Bibliography Topic: C. Debates over the Social Dimensions of Modern S...
University Press, 2002.
Weinberg , Steven. Facing Up: Science and Its Cultural
Adversaries . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001.
III. Popular Expositions of Contemporary
133. General Term: Electroweak Force
physicists Abdus Salam and Steven Weinberg which unifies
the electromagnetic and weak nuclear forces under conditions of extreme
temperature prevalent much earlier in the history of the universe - The symmetry
corresponding to this unification
134. Theme Home: Controversy
and John Polkinghorne on Design...
Evolution... (43 topics)
135. Theme Home: Purpose and Design
and John Polkinghorne on Design
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136. Interview: The Anthropic Principle
Steven Weinberg on Problems with Some Interpretations
of the Anthropic Principle
Anna Case-Winters on the 'Dethronement' of Humans as
Central to Creation
137. Interview: Francis Collins
QUESTION: Physicist Steven Weinberg has made a famous statement that the more we know about the universe, the more
it seems pointless. As a final question, how would you, as a person of faith, respond to Weinberg's statement?
138. Interview: Neil Turok
Steven Weinberg (PBS)
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139. Interview: Rustum Roy
How do you respond to Steven Weinberg s claim that the more we know through science about the order of
nature, the more the world seems pointless.
DR. ROY: I think that nobody really cares about what that community of physics thinks
140. Interview: The Faith of Scientists
Steven Weinberg on Meaning in the Universe
Lawrence Kushner on Reducing Religion to Psychology
David Latham on Scientists and