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        String Theory: A Theory of Everything Essay

        What might a theory of everything look like? As string theorist Brian Greene explains in this essay from NOVA, when physicists talk about string theory as a unifying theory, they mean that at the smallest level, everything is similar -- everything consists of vibrating strings. Such a theory, Greene argues, would not be an end of scientific exploration, but a solid foundation for further exploration.

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