On 15.11.2012 17:10 Roger Clough said the following:
Hi Evgenii Rudnyi
Perhaps strings might better model materials and their behavior than
current chemistry and materials science can. And suggest the
possibioity of creating new materials (composistes) as well as
explaining little understood materials phenomena.
Chemists need numerical models to reduce the number of experiments. In
my view, it is highly unlikely that the superstring theory will furnish
better numerical models for chemists.
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