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Shouldnt they offer 400 mllion taxfree reward for whoever comes up with Physics Theory of Everything

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Last Edited: February 16, 2009, 5:55 pm

Dont' you think they should offer 400 million dollars tax free reward for whoever comes up with the: Theory of Everything, or i think is called the "Grand Unified Theory"...You know Einstein's Dream...The Holy Grail of Theoretical Physics...

I don't know much about theoretical physics but i heard that the Theory of Everything was Einstein's dream....I think they call the Theory of Everything the "Grand Unified Theory" but i am not sure...Supposedly a theory that will explain everything...

When you offer large sum of money it spur people to work harder and crack their brains open to reach the goal..

 

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justxploringComment by justxploring - February 16, 2009, 5:24 pm
You mean like winning the Lottery? ;-)

I already have the answer to the Theory of Everything

Ya gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em
If it ain't broke, don't fix it
Nothing ventured, nothing gained
Don't count your chickens before they're hatched
Leave well enough alone
He who posts all day & night on internet boards have messy house
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 16, 2009, 7:08 pm
My solution which i don't know if it will work who knows it MIGHT work...One way to solve that equation is to raise kids from small and teach them mathematics and English only, no other class you teach that kid only those 2, you don't teach him/her history, gymnastics, geography, etc...Of course when he gets bigger you financially take care of him, think of it as an investment...And you can tell him that when he gets bigger if he solve or comes up with the theory that he will earn 50 million and you keep the rest....Do it not just with 1 kid but with several kids...You go to Thailand or countries where the cost of living is low and set aside 400K or 500K or 600K in the bank and let the interest which is 2,000 or 3,000 A month for life but after he turns 18 and his sole job is to solve that equation or think up the theory...And his sole job is to figure this thing out...You can always pay those math geniuses more money....Oh and teach them programming/computers and get them a semi supercomputer and let them plug in their equations on the semi-supercomputer...
You can always ask for 500 million or 600 million for the Theory of Everything...
again that's my solution...
And it doesn't have to be several kids, you can always create a School, and this School will take care of its student when they grow up...It doesn't have to be a big school....This is why i say that there must be two kinds of places in the world, a place where the cost of living is high and a place where the cost of living is extremely, EXTREMELY low...
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 16, 2009, 7:11 pm
That investment will end up costing you some 25 or 35 million dollars and if you suceed you will end up profiting 550 or 450 million dollars if you do infact as for 500 million dollars or 600 million dollars....
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 16, 2009, 7:12 pm
This is what physics should do....
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RJOhComment by RJOh - February 16, 2009, 10:25 pm
People who work on such things do not do it in their basements or garages, they are usually college professors or graduate students who have been given a government grant to do it. If they are doing it as a privite venture, then they are expecting to make a big profit if they are successful.
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konaneComment by konane - February 17, 2009, 9:46 am
Quantum physicists are fairly close to proving the Law of Attraction which seems as if might be a viable candidate. =]
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Comment by pumpi76 - February 17, 2009, 12:51 pm
The next step after they find the "Theory of Everything" would be in inventions, finding inventors that will create the next reactors or machine that will use this kinds of energy....

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