I think the universe is pure geometry - basically, a beautiful shape twisting around and dancing over space-time.
The mathematics of quantum mechanics very accurately describes how our universe works. And it tells us our reality is continually branching into different possibilities, just like a coral.
You cannot think when you're ecstatic.
What physics tells us is that everything comes down to geometry and the interactions of elementary particles. And things can happen only if these interactions are perfectly balanced.
Coral is a very beautiful and unusual animal. Each coral head consists of thousand of individual polyps. These polyps are continually budding and branching into genetically identical neighbors.
Ninety-five per cent of my time is virtually wasted.
Everything that can happen, does. That's quantum mechanics. But this does not mean everything happens. The rest of physics is about describing what can happen and what can't.
Deep down, everybody wants to do what they want to be doing. They just feel that they can't.
It's hard to figure out the secrets of the universe when you're trying to figure out where you and your girlfriend are going to sleep next month.
There are a lot of good things about string theory, and it's great that some people want to work on it.
Yeah, I am a guy working on physics outside of academia. But I'm nowhere near Einstein's caliber.
Surfing is simply the most fun I know how to have on this planet.
I'm afraid the workings of J.J. Abrams' mind falls outside the predictive capacity of any coherent theory.
The only thing that makes sense is if the universe is beautiful and simple and elegant.
I always found it satisfying that gravity was described by Einstein's geometric theory of general relativity.
My friends are all geeks. And many of them are scientists who love playing outside as much as I do.
My father raised me to think independently and follow my own path in life.
Science is our last and greatest frontier.
Math does come easily to me, but I was always much more interested in what theorems imply about the world than in proving them.
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