Seven questions that keep physicists up at night  OCT 28 2009

At a recent conference, a group of physicists talked about the biggest answered (and perhaps unanswerable) questions in physics. Three of the questions are:

What is everything made of?
Will string theory ever be proved correct?
How far can physics take us?

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