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COLUMN ONE; The Code of the Cosmos; A genius to some, a crackpot to others, Stephen Wolfram says it's all very simple: The universe can be reduced to a computer program.
Publication:Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author:Piller, Charles
Date:Jul 9, 2002
 Abstract (Document Summary)

[Stephen Wolfram] nurtured his obsession as he migrated from Caltech to Princeton's Institute for Advanced Studies, where colleagues expected him to expand his promising career in cosmology and particle physics. Instead, Wolfram stubbornly pursued  more...

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