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THE BIGGEST IDEAS IN THE UNIVERSE with Physicist Sean Carroll

Answering the all-important questions over our place in the universe.

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Given how vast and endless our universe is, there is so much to learn and discover about how everything works, and because of this, there is so much we either don't know or don't understand.

We talk with physicist, philosopher, and New York Times bestselling author, Sean Carroll, who will offer and explain various scientific topics such as black holes, dark matter, entropy and so much more regarding the universe and our place in it.

Many of the scientific topics and themes he will discuss can be found in his recently released book, The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: Space, Time, and Motion, which is available now wherever books are sold.

To watch Sean Carroll's YouTube channel, click here.

 

Guest:

Sean Carroll

  • New York Times Bestselling Author
  • Homewood Professor of Natural Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University
  • Fractal Faculty at the Santa Fe Institute

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