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Garrett Lisi

Postby Feng » Mon Nov 19, 2007 3:03 pm

This guys seems almost perfectly great: genious phycist, surfer and snowboarder. Does anybody knows if he kites ? ... urf114.xml

Garrett Lisi, an impoverished surfer has drawn up a new theory of the universe, seen by some as the Holy Grail of physics, which has received rave reviews from scientists.

Garrett Lisi, 39, has a doctorate but no university affiliation and spends most of the year surfing in Hawaii, where he has also been a hiking guide and bridge builder (when he slept in a jungle yurt).

In winter, he heads to the mountains near Lake Tahoe, Nevada, where he snowboards. "Being poor sucks," Lisi says. "It's hard to figure out the secrets of the universe when you're trying to figure out where you and your girlfriend are going to sleep next month."

Despite this unusual career path, his proposal is remarkable because, by the arcane standards of particle physics, it does not require highly complex mathematics.

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Postby Wibbler » Mon Nov 19, 2007 6:04 pm

This is all you need to know to understand Life, the Universe, and Everything...

Maybe I should rephrase that:

This is all you need to understand to know Life, the Universe, and Everything
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Re: Garrett Lisi

Postby Dan Glyaire » Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:22 pm

marcfrm wrote:This guys seems almost perfectly great: genious phycist, surfer and snowboarder. Does anybody knows if he kites ?
dont think so, he doesnt seem to accept "string theory"

but hes wrong anyway... the answer is 42.

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