“A theory that doesn’t have consequences in reality is not a good theory.”

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“… Now it may be true in some idealized metaphysical sense.but the real magic of physics is that it describes the actual world. So, i don’t have much patience for theories that don’t describe nature and people who propose theories that haven’t been verified because nature isn’t good enough or experiments are good enough are lame.”

Frank Wilczek

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