Renowned physicists will share the mysteries of the cosmos in California
For all fans of the mysterious universe, two events in Southern California where renowned physicists will share the mysteries of the cosmos.
As part of Night at the Museum, the Origins Project Foundation is organizing two meetings with renowned theoretical physicists.
Thus, on October 15 at the Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, visitors will be welcomed by Lawrence M. Krauss. He is a world-renowned theoretical physicist and best-selling author. His broad research interests center on the interface between particle physics and cosmology. Including the origin and evolution of the universe and the fundamental structure of matter. Among his many important scientific accomplishments is his 1995 suggestion that most of the energy of the universe resides in empty space. He is the author of more than 600 publications and 12 popular books. These include the international bestsellers "The Physics of Star Trek" and "A Universe of Nothing". The scientist's latest book "The Limits of Knowledge" was published in May 2023.
In just two days at the Air & Space Museum, Lawrence M. Krauss will be joined by Brian Keating. He is an astrophysicist and Professor Emeritus of Physics at the Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences (CASS) at the University of California, San Diego. He is a speaker, inventor, and expert in the study of the oldest light in the universe, the cosmic microwave background (CMB). Keating is also a writer and podcaster, bestselling author of the Amazon Editor's Choice Best Non-Fiction Books of All Time, and a Nobel Prize winner.
Answers to dozens of questions
It is worth adding that our understanding of science has advanced enormously in the last five hundred years. But many fundamental mysteries of existence remain unknown. How did our universe come into existence? How big is the universe? Is time travel possible? What is at the center of a black hole? How did life on Earth originate? Are we ourselves? What is consciousness and can we create it? So many questions!... Invited physicists will answer them and introduce guests to the mysteries of the cosmos.
There will also be free admission to each event for students and lecturers. For more information about Night at the Museum, events at Bowers Museum and Air & Space Museum, lecturers and tickets, visit the organization's website.
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