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Posted by Ralph/">Ralph on September 18, 1999 12:26:47 UTC

So if this "string theory" is able to explain what are the makes of a quark, then couldn't that explain our universe. I mean, if everything is made of strings, then the simplest form is a string/line. We can find this nowhere but in something so small... So it seems actually interesting, but highly unlikely... IF we can't find this form in a universal understanding, then why is that these things exist in a string form?

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