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Is physics changing our understanding of the world?

Is physics changing our understanding of the world? Broadcasted from KTH

Stockholm, Sweden

Is physics changing our understanding of the world?

At a seminar in CERN the summer of 2012, it was declared that the HIGGS particle, which explains why particles have mass, probably had been discovered. What does the scientific community know about the micro- and macrocosmos today? Is it probable that they will find the so called ”Theory about everything?” What happens with our view of reality if it is discovered?

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