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Quantum anomalies and the origin of time
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How much do we really know about space and time? Professor Shahn Majid will explain that the naive assumption of a space-time continuum is fundamentally flawed and without scientific basis. Our investigation into what should replace it will take us into quantum geometry, quantum gravity and the origin of time itself.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Science Festival series.
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