Now available online: Public Evening Lecture by Sabine Hossenfelder (MCMP)
Now available online: How did the universe begin? Are there copies of us in parallel worlds? Can particles think?
Sabine Hossenfelder, physicist and author of the NYT and Spiegel Bestseller "Existential Physics" gave this public evening lecture at LMU Munich on July 6th, 2023. In the 90 minutes popular level introduction, Sabine explored what physics has taught us about some of the biggest questions of life, the universe, and everything else.
About the speaker: Sabine Hossenfelder is a member of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP). She has a PhD in physics and has worked in science communication for 20 years. She writes a regular column for Bild der Wissenschaft and is producer of the popular YouTube channel "Science without the Gobbledygook". "Existential Physics" (Viking, 2022) is her second book. It was published in German under the title "Mehr als nur Atome" (Siedler, 2023).
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