Quantum Cosmology as Condensed Matter Physics Catches Onby Tommy on 28/01/2017
Frank Wikczek gets it. Finally. This idea is really catching on.
‘Nothing’ and the universe
Arizona State University’s Origins Project is hosting a lecture by Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek, where he will discuss the “Materiality of a Vacuum: Late Night Thoughts of a Physicist” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, at the Tempe Center for the Arts.
Tickets for “Materiality of a Vacuum: Late Night Thoughts of a Physicist” are $7 and $17. ASU students can obtain free tickets (two tickets per student ID to be picked up the venue box office) for the event. A book signing and pizza will follow the event.
The Tempe Center for the Arts box office is located at 700 W. Rio Salado Parkway, or call 480-350-2822.
For more information on Origins events, please go to www.origins.asu.edu or call (480) 965-0053.
I didn’t realize science was going to be this expensive though.
Books need to be sold because bills need to be paid.
In my case, they need to be written first.
Dark Matter Vixens From Venus.
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