World Science Scholars
1.1 What is Fundamental?

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Ashraf Ayoub
Thank you for this an interesting introduction I think by time we will adjust the experiments to evaluate this theory and there is some experiments calculate the losses in energy between input and output and if there is unappeard energy losses can be the first step for approving this amazing theory. We remember the scientific argument between Albert Einstein and Nelz Bohr's about one of the principals of Quantum mechanics and Bohr was right. So this they when approved will explain all mysteries in physics as mother of physics principals. Ashraf Ayoub
Prayog Dash
Professor elegantly proved that the question that what is fundamental is itself not fundamental.
Joy Francis
it is strange that even after 45 years of pursuing, experimental evidence is yet to find.
TA Run
It is so interesting that the particles are still divided into what is called strings!
Seppo Koivula
It is often said that quarks are ultimately strings, but would that fit to electrons too? Are electrons also strings according string theory?

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