Frontiers Lecture: The Universe and Beyond with Alexander Vilenkin
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Recent developments in cosmology suggest that the Big Bang was not a unique event in the cosmic history, and that other Big Bangs constantly erupt in remote parts of the universe, producing new worlds with a great variety of physical properties. Cosmologist Alexander Vilenkin discusses the origin of this new worldview, how we can test its possibility, and its implications for the beginning and the end of the universe.
This lecture took place in the Hayden Planetarium on June 9, 2014.
Support for Hayden Planetarium programs is provided by the Schaffner Family.