I do not keep up with the details of particle physics.
Our planet doesn't seem to be the result of anything very special.
Well, I don't like to get involved in these philosophical issues very much.
Enthusiasm is followed by disappointment and even depression, and then by renewed enthusiasm.
For me, the study of these laws is inseparable from a love of Nature in all its manifestations.
Sometimes the probabilities are very close to certainties, but they're never really certainties.
I am frequently astonished that it so often results in correct predictions of experimental results.
We are driven by the usual insatiable curiosity of the scientist, and our work is a delightful game.
I have been interested in phenomena involving complexity, diversity and evolution since I was a young boy.
But when researchers at Bell Labs discovered that static tends to come from particular places in the sky, the whole field of radio astronomy opened up.