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  1. #1 Will there be any more laws of physics? 
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    I don't think anyone would know the answer... I think randomly sometimes if there will ever be any more laws of physics. I know strange. Not usually what a 13 year old thinks about, but does anyone think they'll uncover even more laws of physics?

    If this is a dumb question and doesn't make sense I'm quite sorry
    I'm very curious haha


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    Not usually what a 13 year old thinks about, but does anyone think they'll uncover even more laws of physics?
    Yes they will ! We are still far from the "end of knowledge", there is much about the universe we do not yet understand. Some examples would include dark matter, dark energy, how gravity fits into the Standard Model of Particle Physics and so on.
    Still much to be learned and discovered !

    If this is a dumb question and doesn't make sense I'm quite sorryI'm very curious haha
    Not at all ! In fact your are asking all the right questions, which is remarkable for a 13 year old. Keep it up


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    If some one know a good way how to take the time backword he can take it on any time and any law and afect it , for instans if the gravity pool he can change it to push at any time and any law
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    I would say our understanding of physics has only just begun and there is still much to discover and learn, if you manage to maintain this level of curiosity you may even one day go on to discover some.
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    With the recent Higgs Boson confirmation, we may soon be in for all kinds of changes as we get to a better understand of it's consequences. Sometimes we act like we know a lot about a little when in reality (our reality anyway, LOL) we only know a little about a lot. I don't think the human brain will ever run out of new material to wonder at. Which is a good thing. It's what got us to this point in our mental developement, it will continue to be our mistress for further advancement. Like Carl Sagan said. The Universe invented man so it could understand it's self. The universe has unending questions to be answered. AND, when all is understood, we can start on the next universe. Talk about job security. LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emygirl691 View Post
    I don't think anyone would know the answer... I think randomly sometimes if there will ever be any more laws of physics. I know strange. Not usually what a 13 year old thinks about, but does anyone think they'll uncover even more laws of physics?

    If this is a dumb question and doesn't make sense I'm quite sorry
    I'm very curious haha
    There will always be new questions and new answers. I must commend you for your question at 13 you are going to be a thinker.
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    I do hope so, or my profession would be pretty redundant. And I have so far. So yes 'laws' will increase but the true profound ones are rare.
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