Jump to navigation Jump to search
|This article about a physicist is a stub. You can help Wikiquote by expanding it.|
- We have an incredibly successful theory called the Standard Model. ... It still leaves open several questions.
Not Even Wrong (blog)
- The standard model is just too good. It's too hard to find an experimental result that disagrees with it, and too hard to come up with theoretical advances that will address some of the things it leaves unexplained.
- It has always seemed to me that the hard thing to understand is not quantum mechanics, but where classical mechanics comes from (in the sense of how it emerges from a “measurement”).
Not Even Wrong (book, 2006)
- How did particle physics get itself into its current state where some of its most prominent practioners question whether their colleagues have given up on science?