Paul Joseph Steinhardt (born December 25, 1952) is an American theoretical physicist and cosmologist who is currently the Albert Einstein Professor in Science at Princeton University. In addition, Steinhardt co-founded and is the current Director of the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science.
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- String theory suggested that we should have a whole new set of particles called "supersymmetric partners" that were supposed to be observed at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN — we don't see those.
- (June 2, 2022)"Impossible Matter! Stuff that shouldn't exist in nature...but does! Paul Steinhardt". Dr Brian Keating, YouTube. (quote at 33:07 of 49:06)
Quotes about SteinhardtEdit
- I know of no other scientist, no other theoretical physicist alive who has a clearer focus on whether our theories and ideas are relevant to the real world. And that's always what he's after.
- Neil Turok, Perimeter Institute Graduation Ceremony (2015).