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Gell-Mann

Murray. born 1929, US physicist, noted for his research on the interaction and classification of elementary particles: Nobel prize for physics in 1969
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Gell-Mann replied that this procedurecould turn a random statistical fluctuation of the density of the early universe into a specific galaxy "that we all know and love,' reminding Zeldovich that Zeldovich himself is famous for proposing that such statistical fluctuations become observable galaxies.
Gross also remembers his response to an important 1964 paper by Gell-Mann describing a method for extracting useful relations from field theory.
As a confirmed Apple addict, I am delighted to be a part of this program, to have access to some of the new products that change the way I live, and to meet some remarkable people," said Gell-Mann.
From his previous discussions with "poets, painters, biologists and chefs,' Gell-Mann says he's convinced that artists experience the same creative processes as scientists.
After the Introduction, which contains important claims about Cao's constructive structural realism and the outline of the main structural steps in the development of QCD, Chapter 2 sets the experimental and theoretical context in which Gell-Mann (a central figure in the history of QCD, around which important parts of Cao's book revolve) proposed the current algebra framework for hadron physics, with the notion of (SU(3)) symmetry at its heart.
Here, physicist Murray Gell-Mann states that complexity, defined as "the edge of chaos," is at its maximum between the extremities of order and disorder.
In their on-and-off collaborations, Gell-Mann once complained that Feynman spent his time "generating anecdotes about himself:' and even Krauss's account of his scientific life reveals histrionic and egotistical episodes.
I went out there in 2003 and drove around New Mexico, and through a friend of a friend found myself at the Santa Fe Institute, which is where I met McCarthy and Gell-Mann.
For more than thirty years, string theory has been what Murray Gell-Mann called "the only game in town.
Murray Gell-Mann was born in New York City on September 15, 1929.
Leading theoretical physicist and presidential science adviser Murray Gell-Mann said he had helped mastermind a break-in into the tomb while at Yale.