[Paleopsych] theory of everything?

K.E. guavaberry at earthlink.net
Fri Mar 11 01:56:12 UTC 2005

Evidence of Cosmic Strings Found?

Finding the Ultimate Theory of Everything

Could two lookalike galaxies, barely a whisker apart in the night sky, 
herald a revolution in our understanding of fundamental physics? Some 
physicists believe that the two galaxies are the same - its image has been 
split into two, they maintain, by a "cosmic string"; a San Andreas Fault in 
the very fabric of space and time.

If this interpretation is correct, then CSL-1 - the name of the curious 
double galaxy - is the first concrete evidence for "superstring theory": 
the best candidate for a "theory of everything", which attempts to 
encapsulate all the phenomena of nature in one neat set of equations.

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