63: Theories of Everything: Cosmic Controversies, Great Debates, and Scientific Speculations -- Part 2

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Experimental evidence for any current Theory of Everything is, at best, inconclusive. This is perhaps the greatest fundamental challenges facing physics. That lack of progress has opened up a sea of controversy. Welcome to the second in our two-event series about Theories of Everything!

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In this 90 minute chat, we dive into the existential questions around TOEs. Special thanks to Matt O'Dowd, Lee Smolin, Sabine Hossenfelder, and Eric Weinstein for helping us create this great event.

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