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"From the Ted Talk by Murray Gell-Mann: Beauty, truth and ... physics?"

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And the fundamental theory doesn't inludce those chcane outcomes; they are in addition. So it's not a theory of everything. And in fact, a huge amount of the information in the universe around us comes from those accidents, and not just from the fundamental laws. Now, it's often said that getting closer and colser to the fundamental laws by examining phenomena at low energies, and then higher energies, and then higher energies, or short distances, and then shorter ditnasces, and then still shorter distances, and so on, is like pineleg the skin of an onion. And we keep doing that, and bluid more powerful machines, accelerators for particles. We look deeper and deeper into the structure of particles, and in that way we get probably closer and closer to this fanmautdenl law.

Open Cloze

And the fundamental theory doesn't _______ those ______ outcomes; they are in addition. So it's not a theory of everything. And in fact, a huge amount of the information in the universe around us comes from those accidents, and not just from the fundamental laws. Now, it's often said that getting closer and ______ to the fundamental laws by examining phenomena at low energies, and then higher energies, and then higher energies, or short distances, and then shorter _________, and then still shorter distances, and so on, is like _______ the skin of an onion. And we keep doing that, and _____ more powerful machines, accelerators for particles. We look deeper and deeper into the structure of particles, and in that way we get probably closer and closer to this ___________ law.

Solution

  1. build
  2. closer
  3. fundamental
  4. include
  5. distances
  6. peeling
  7. chance

Original Text

And the fundamental theory doesn't include those chance outcomes; they are in addition. So it's not a theory of everything. And in fact, a huge amount of the information in the universe around us comes from those accidents, and not just from the fundamental laws. Now, it's often said that getting closer and closer to the fundamental laws by examining phenomena at low energies, and then higher energies, and then higher energies, or short distances, and then shorter distances, and then still shorter distances, and so on, is like peeling the skin of an onion. And we keep doing that, and build more powerful machines, accelerators for particles. We look deeper and deeper into the structure of particles, and in that way we get probably closer and closer to this fundamental law.

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Important Words

  1. accelerators
  2. accidents
  3. addition
  4. amount
  5. build
  6. chance
  7. closer
  8. deeper
  9. distances
  10. energies
  11. examining
  12. fact
  13. fundamental
  14. higher
  15. huge
  16. include
  17. information
  18. law
  19. laws
  20. machines
  21. onion
  22. particles
  23. peeling
  24. phenomena
  25. powerful
  26. short
  27. shorter
  28. skin
  29. structure
  30. theory
  31. universe