A Universe From Nothing (Lecture)
Lawrence Krauss gives a talk on our current picture of the universe, how it will end, and how it could have come from nothing.
Krauss is the author of many bestselling books on Physics and Cosmology, including “The Physics of Star Trek.”
If you’ve ever wanted to answer that annoying question, “how could the Universe have formed from nothing”, then watch this video.
Lawrence Krauss is funny, informative, and if you watch the entire video (it’s over an hour long, so you might need to pause it a few times), he will blow your mind. Lawrence seems like a pretty cool guy.
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This is an absolutely AMAZING lecture given by such a brilliant physicist living among us. Presented by Richard Dawkins, Lawrence Krauss is deemed the “Woody Allen” of physics & this lecture carries monumental information about the history of everything, the complexity & sophistication of the universe we currently exist in, the different universes that must exist, the end of our universe & other universes throughout present/future space & time, there being unequivocally no need to turn away from this reality & substitute it with God or a deity, the importance & incredibly humble virtue it is to be living at the age of space & time we are at right now, and above all, that we are of very little insignificance when understanding the cosmic perspective of life.