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Is String Theory A Theory In The Broadest Scientific Sense?

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 11, 2002 01:01:26 UTC

In your best estimate scientifically,
has the 26-dimension theory entered the select
group of Scientific Theory such as
Relativity and Evolution have?

Please direct me to an authoritative web site
supporting your answer.

Regarding this, Yanniru wrote:
"I'm sorry you do not have the education to appreciate the elegance of this theory."

Or else your little comment about "education"
looks a little funny.

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