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Einstin believed in determinism but the quantum theory disbanded this idea. Do you believe that determinism will be revitalized by the unified field theory? Why or why not?

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How come the protons in the nucleus of an atom do not spin around like the electrons do?

Could you please explain the general theory behind the sound that is produced when water falls on a hot surface?

Does ozone occur naturally at ground level and is it safe to breathe?

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