The early universe was a superhot plasma of particles all running seemingly at random as if in a gigantic cauldron. How then the structure we see today with galaxies, stars, and planets? What forces were at work? What stages did the universe go through? How long did it take? How sure can we be?

Congratulations to 2022’s Templeton Prize winner, theoretical physicist and mathematician Frank Wilczek.

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Frank Wilczek is an American theoretical physicist, mathematician and a Nobel laureate.

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