Lawrence Krauss — Beginning of the Universe

| October 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

In this seminar Lawrence Krauss — a Canadian-American theoretical physicist — discusses the puzzles that physicists face when investigating what happened at the beginning of the Universe. This includes a brief introduction of the most important observations that formed the field of cosmology as well as the later theoretical achievements that have paved the way for the modern issues in the field. In addition Krauss also touches the topics of inflation, dark matter and dark energy. As always, for more high quality videos, used the links below.

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