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Originally published in The Christian Science Monitor, February 26, 2016.
How we see the world around us depends on our view of reality.
When an average person looks across a room, he may say he sees mainly empty space—except for some furniture and a wall on the other side. But if a natural scientist puts on his “physicist hat,” he “sees” much more. His background and training enable him to see or understand “particles and fields,” for example.
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