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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.

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