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Broken Symmetry by Congress:Member:Leslie R. Pastor
'Broken Symmetry' the most important discovery in my lifetime for which T. D. Lee and C. N. Yang in 1957 received the Nobel Prize in Physics, which in simple terms means that “something virtual becomes observable.” Earlier in 1933 Dirac and Schrodinger received the Nobel Prize in Physics for their discovery of Quantum Mechanics and the ten disciplines that derived from that discovery, among them negative energy and the discovery of the magnetic monopole. And much later in 1977, Ilya Prigogine received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his related work on Thermodynamics (Dissipative Structures).
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