Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“Es el Físico Teórico más citado del Mundo… y Hombre de Fe” (click here for it)
Juan Martín Maldacena is an American physicist, born in Argentina, known for his work in fundamental physics, especially as regards quantum mechanics, string theory, and black holes. click here to continue
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