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Paradox: The Nine Greatest Enigmas in Physics SOLD OUT

Saturday 22 March 2014

1 Hour


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Author of popular science books, broad caster and leading theoretical phycisist Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks about his own favourite puzzles and conundrums in science, all of which have been described as paradoxes but which turn out not to be paradoxes at all. These conundrums include Einstein’s theories about time and space, the latest ideas on the quantum world, and why the fact it gets dark at night proves the Universe began with a big bang.

Khalili is a professor of theoretical physics who teaches and carries out research in quantum mechanics. His popular science books have been translated into 20 languages and he has presented radio and television programmes including the BAFTA-nominated Chemistry: A Volatile History and The Secret Life of Chaos.