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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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Born in New York City on September 15, 1929, Gell-Mann was encouraged to study physics by his father, and earned a doctorate in the subject from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1951.
In the Ruhlen and Gell-Mann's tree, subject-verb-object languages always descend from subject-object-verb languages, but never the other way around.
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.
From Galileo to Gell-Mann; the wonder that inspired the greatest scientists of all time in their own words.
The portraits of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy and Nobel Prizewinning physicist Murray Gell-Mann were painted three years ago when Tift was visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the invitation of a commercial gallery there.
All entities in the universe are in constant change; nothing is static, even matter such as a stone that seems inert is abuzz with activity at the subatomic level (Gell-Mann, 1994; Greene, 1999).