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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
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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. Topic Index Next: III. Popular Expositions of Contemporary
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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
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134. Theme Home: Controversy
Steven Weinberg and John Polkinghorne on Design... Perspectives on Evolution... (43 topics) Evolution and Creation Survey Biology,
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135. Theme Home: Purpose and Design
Steven Weinberg and John Polkinghorne on Design Themes Home Next > Hope Email link | Feedback | Suggest a Theme
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136. Interview: The Anthropic Principle
Steven Weinberg on Problems with Some Interpretations of the Anthropic Principle Play Anna Case-Winters on the 'Dethronement' of Humans as Central to Creation Play
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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? DR.
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138. Interview: Neil Turok
Index More: Steven Weinberg (PBS) Email link | Feedback
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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
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140. Interview: The Faith of Scientists
Steven Weinberg on Meaning in the Universe Play Lawrence Kushner on Reducing Religion to Psychology Play David Latham on Scientists and
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