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In 2002, the future Nobel Prize winner Peter Higgs joined several fellow physicists at a dinner in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Drinks flowed, and professional invective followed. The physicists were frustrated by, and perhaps a little jealous of, Professor Stephen Hawking, reported The Scotsman newspaper the next morning.
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