If you had returned 30 years ago, the world would have been completely different. The only known planets were the planets of the solar system. We had no idea what dark energy was. There were no space telescopes. Gravitational waves were an unproven theory. We have not yet discovered all the quarks and leptons, no one knew if there was a Higgs Higgs. We didn't even know how fast the universe was expanding. In 2018, a generation later, we greatly deepened our knowledge in these matters, and also made completely unexpected discoveries. What's next? What do scientists plan to do next?

The whole world had to work for this revolution. Telescopes, observatories, particle accelerators, neutrino detectors and gravitational wave experiments are available all over the world, on all seven continents and even in space. IceCube at the South Pole, Hubble, Herschel and Kepler in space, LIGO and VIRGO, looking for gravitational waves, Buck and CERN, all these discoveries were made possible by the work of thousands of scientists, engineers, students and citizens, relentlessly razgadyvajushhih the secrets of the universe. With all this, it is important to realize how far we have come: we understand the universe better than any man of the previous generation, from Newton and Einstein to Feynman. They could only dream of that. What will happen next?

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