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United States physicist noted for his studies of subatomic particles (born in 1929)

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Given all this, Gell-Mann and Hartlecan start with an array of probabilities, a density matrix, for the beginning, bring it down to us and our measurements, and then to the probability that we will have certain data in our memories.
Gell-Mann, meanwhile, remains active in research at the Santa Fe Institute in New Mexico, where he continues to pursue ideas that are sometimes at odds with establishment views.
Whatever Gell-Mann really meant, the idea that quarks were "fictitious, mathematical devices" nonetheless became an integral part of the way most physicists initially looked at the theory.
Murray Gell-Mann, actress Jennifer Jason Leigh, film producer Kathleen Kennedy, humanitarian/plastic surgeon Dr.
Nobel-prize-winning particle physicist Murray Gell-Mann remembers making a discovery about strange particles through a slip of the tongue during a lecture.
Atomic Energy Commission under three presidents and pioneer of peaceful nuclear energy; and is studded with scientific and technological stars, including Nobel Laureate Murray Gell-Mann.
Physics Nobel Laureates William Phillips, Murray Gell-Mann & Wolfgang Ketterle
This was the message from Murray Gell-Mann [2012], a Nobel laureate in physics, when he analyzed Groundhog Day.
Cao's book aims to provide a historical and conceptual account of a crucial period in this development, namely from the current algebra hypothesis suggested by the physicist Murray Gell-Mann in the early 60s to the formulation and first experimental successes of QCD in the early 70s.
Murray Gell-Mann and George Zweig independently propose the existence of quarks--fractionally charged particles within protons and neutrons (4/25/64, p.
Thus, delving into the intricacies of this subject, the linguists, Merritt Ruhlen of Stanford University, California, and Murray Gell-Mann have asserted that the ancestral language followed subject-object-verb principle unlike the modern day language, which follows subject-verb-object, reports New Scientist.
If you are still here, then first there is a little test: Jomini, Sun Tzu, von Moltke, Clausewitz, Napoleon, Frederick the Great, Boyd, Gell-Mann, Chomsky, Godel, Mandelbrot, von Neumann, Lorenz, Schrodinger, and Shannon.
When at Caltech in the 1950s and 1960s, Feynman enjoyed a hyperactive collaboration with future Nobelist Murray Gell-Mann as they studied the "weak interaction" that causes subatomic particles to decay.
In this fascinating, well-written overview, Brennan offers biographical sketches of seven great 20th-century scientists: Albert Einstein, Max Planck, Ernest Rutherford, Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, Richard Feynman, and Murray Gell-Mann.
The portraits of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy and Nobel Prizewinning physicist Murray Gell-Mann were painted three years ago when Tift was visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the invitation of a commercial gallery there.