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The Pointless Universe

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Modern physics raises questions concerning phenomena on widely different distance scales. From the evolution of the whole Universe to microscopic properties of sub-nuclear particles, Professor Michael Green, recent winner of the Fundamental Physics Prize, will present a historical survey of the evolution of theoretical approaches to understanding such problems. He will also discuss recent ideas out of String Theory that have the potential for unifying areas of physics that have previously appeared to be only remotely connected.

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This talk is part of the Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lectures series.

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