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Tuesday, 18 March 2014

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Paris Hilton: Every time I put on one of my string bikinis and walk out on the beach, I draw a pretty good crowd so I think that the string theory is magnetic in nature.

Stephen Hawking: Over the past few decades, a single explanatory framework, now called the "string theory", has emerged that may turn out to be the ultimate theory of the universe. Many physicists believe that, at the beginning of the universe (up to 10?43 second after the Big Bang), the four fundamental forces were once a single fundamental force.

Paris Hilton: Well, when accompanied by family members, I try to wear my least attracting string bikini and cover up as much as possible, as that might create a problem. But, that in itself is quite indicative of human behavior.

Stephen Hawking: Unlike most (if not all) of the other theories, the String theory may be on its way to successfully incorporating each of the four fundamental forces into a unified whole.

Paris Hilton: I remember diving really hard into a wave in California and when I came up and began walking back to the beach, my string bikini was missing. I was so embarrassed.

Stephen Hawking: According to the string theory, every particle in the universe, at its most microscopic level (Planck length), consists of varying combinations of vibrating strings (or strands) with a preferred patterns of vibration. String theory claims that it is through these specific oscillatory patterns of strings that a particle of unique mass and force charge is created (that is to say, the electron is a type of string that vibrates one way, while the up-quark is a type of string vibrating another way, and so forth).

Paris Hilton: Exactly. Thank you for keeping us informed on your latest theories and that of your colleagues, Mr. Hawking.

Stephen Hawking: And thank you, Ms Hilton, for wearing your string bikini to our discussion.

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