Dr Tony Padilla on why he thinks there's a compelling case for String Theory... This is one of our occasional longer-form interviews.
Longer interviews with Ed Copeland: http://bit.ly/CopelandGoesLong
Our visit to CERN: http://bit.ly/LHCvideos
Dr Padilla is a cosmologist at the University of Nottingham - https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/physics/people/antonio.padilla
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