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- Someone said imagine that CERN (where the World Wide Web was invented for particle physics) had one penny for each use, then particle physics would have all the funding it could use.
- It can rightly be said that symmetry, gauge theories, and spontaneous symmetry breaking have been the three pegs upon which modern particle physics rests.
- Roy Porter; Mary Jo Nye (2003). The Cambridge History of Science: Volume 5, The Modern Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Cambridge University Press. p. 388. ISBN 978-0-521-57199-9.