In his essay “The Revolution that didn’t happen” Steven Weinberg argues that Kuhn’s scheme cannot properly describe modern developments in physics and that there has not been a scientific revolution in this field in the 20th or 21st century. I agree with both of Weinberg’s claims, but I disagree with his premise in both cases. I propose an account of Relativity Theory and Quantum Physics indicating a coexistence of two paradigms. I suggest that modern developments in physics underline the necessity of a wide approach to the concept of paradigm, but a proper model of their philosophical implications is lacking. It is concluded that modern physics can not be adequately explained applying a cumulative description.