French physicist wins Templeton Prize

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NEW YORK — Bernard d’Espagnat, a renowned French physicist whose research has centered on hidden realities that are “beyond our possibilities of description,” has won the 2009 Templeton Prize, valued at $1.42 million. D’Espagnat becomes the latest in a series of physicists and cosmologists whose work at the intersection of religion and science has won […]

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