ENCORE Physics means getting physical if you´re tackling the biggest, most mysterious questions in the universe. Stoic scientists endure the driest, darkest, coldest spots on the planet to find out how it all began and why there´s something rather than nothing. From the bottom of an old iron mine to the top of the Andes, we´ll hear their stories.
Plus, Steven Weinberg on this weird stuff called dark energy, and Leonard Susskind sees double, no, triple, no, …infinite universes.
- Anil Ananthaswamy –“ Corresponding editor for New Scientist magazine in London and author of The Edge of Physics: A Journey to Earth´s Extremes to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe
- Steven Weinberg –“ Nobel Prize-winning physicist at University of Texas at Austin and author of Lake Views: This World and the Universe
- Leonard Susskind –“ Professor of theoretical physics, Stanford University
- AndrÃ© de GouvÃªa –“ Associate professor of physics, Northwestern University