In my conversation with Jonathan Gorard about the founding of the Wolfram Physics Project (listen to the audio ⋅ watch the video), I said that I don’t like String Theory.

Now, I’ll admit, I don’t really *understand* String Theory.

It’s highly mathematical. And I’m not much of a mathematician. Actually, that’s an understatement. I’m not a mathematician at all.

So if there’s a problem in the relationship between String Theory and me, it might not be *String Theory*, it might be *me*.

Sadly, admitting that *I* might be part of the problem doesn’t change anything between us. I *still* don’t like String Theory.

Here’s why.

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