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Reconcilable Differences: Study Uncovers the Common Ground of Scientific Opposites


January 30, 2013

chemistry graphic Princeton University researchers developed a mathematical framework that strips away the differences between scientific laws and theories to reveal how the ideas are compatible. In a recent report published in the journal Physical Review Letters, the authors explain how the mathematical model finds common ground between the famously at-odds physics equations that govern classical and quantum mechanics. Full Story

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