'WE DON'T know what we're referring to' - Nobel Laureate David Gross

Last December (' 0-5), physicists held the 23rd Solvay Conference in Brussels, Belgium. Between the many topics covered in the conference was the material of string theory. This concept combines the seemingly irreconcilable domains of relativity and quantum physics. David Gross a Nobel Laureate made some startling claims about the state of physics including: 'We do not understand what we're talking about' though discussing string theory together with The state of physics to-day is similar to it was when we were mystified by radioactivity.

The Nobel Laureate is just a heavyweight in this field having received a reward for work with the strong nuclear force and he indicated that what is happening today is quite much like what happened at the 1911 Solvay meeting. In the past, radioactivity had also been found and mass energy efficiency was under assault due to its development. If you are interested in reading, you will perhaps desire to compare about next. Quantum concept could be needed to fix these problems. Gross further stated that in 1911 'They were missing something completely fundamental,' together with 'we're missing maybe something as profound as they were in the past.'