Professor Ed Copeland speaks about his friend and collaborator Sir Tom Kibble - a man who could have won multiple Nobel Prizes (?) but received none. Sir Tom died on June 2, 2016.
2013 Nobel Prize video: https://youtu.be/uNTativ_vDU
More Ed Copeland: http://bit.ly/CopelandGoesLong
LHC Videos: http://bit.ly/LHCvideos
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