Calling scientists as a community ‘lazy’ is to abdicate the responsibility to make it easier for them to enjoy the fruits of their labours.
Physics is beautiful, and here’s why. Approximately 14 billion years ago, a cosmological event of extreme significance called the Big Bang gave birth to the Universe and all the laws of physics that govern its phenomenology. These laws of physics were cause-effect machinations and could not be bribed by any other influence nor subverted. In other words, they were and are godlike. Over the course of some 10 billion years, they hammered away at the doors of supermassive clouds of hydrogen and all its constituent particles to, somehow, eventually (and accidentally) ensure… Read More