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latetly I've been reasoning a bit about the string theory (or M-theory).

The scientists are very interested in showing the correctness of

the theory, but to what purpose I question myself?

How will the theory be used?

How will the theory be applied?

There must be some application for it.

Let us say there exist an application for the M-theory -and by application I mean something usefull, or rather valueble to explore.

Now that application would be the one to use to prove the correctness of the theory.

But as the scientists now state there is no way of proving the theory, it also implies that there is no application for it. Hence we reached a contradiction!

Can somebody help me out here. Am I just doing a silly reasoning, or

am I missing some part of the puzzle, or is it so that the thinkable applications are quite meaningless for us to make usage of?

Regards

/Reklam