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And the math being "too complicated" does not mean that there is no value in the ideas; Einstein found the math needed for the theory of general relativity was "too complicated" for him and he needed to get help from mathematicians. There is nothing forbidding an electron from ever being in there. The members of the division are actively engaged in research across the full range of theoretical physics. In 1956 Yang and Lee make the revolutionary suggestion that parity is not necessarily conserved in the weak interactions.

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