Physics has a history of synthesizing many phenomena into a few theories.
Before I was born, my father told my mother, 'If it's a boy, he's going to be a scientist.'
It has not yet become obvious to me that there's no real problem. I cannot define the real problem; therefore, I suspect there's no real problem, but I'm not sure there's no real problem.
Once I get on a puzzle, I can't get off.
It is necessary to look at the results of observation objectively, because you, the experimenter, might like one result better than another.
From the point of view of basic physics, the most interesting phenomena are, of course, in the new places, the places where the rules do not work - not the places where they do work! That is the way in which we discover new rules.