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Old Today, 08:24 AM
 
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...on his “Simple Theory of Everything”?

It is compelling how it can all fit together in this model and it will be interesting to see if the LHC validates or falsifies his theory, or simply creates more alternatives. I’ve listened to it several times and it’s an enjoyable talk for those interested in such things. FYI, he’s a nervous speaker and reads his material. He makes the same mistake twice and the second time you can just hear audience members try to correct him. Sorry about the audio being out of synch with the video. I couldn’t find a copy that was correct.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=aoy4t_zAJJ4

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Old Today, 10:06 AM
 
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On the show Through The Worm Hole he talked about his theory some years ago. He was surfing on Hawaii beaches and working on his theory. I thought he lived a cool lifestyle. I don't know if much progress has been made on the work of the unified theory, so his theory is certainly a welcome addition.
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