Monday, June 11, 2012

The Basics of the Early Universe

I have been working on a study of some Cleveland climate data recently. Compiling the data was very time consuming.  Patience...patience.  The results will come later on this week.

In the meantime, take a listen to this presentation about the universe from Sean Carroll, theoretical physicist at Caltech. He describes the early universe in very easy-to-understand terms. The study of the early universe and the reason why EVERYTHING around us behaves the way it does has always captured my attention. It makes me think in many dimensions outside the box.

Fortunately, youtube offers a ton of information tightly compacted in video form that only takes 10 or 15 minutes to watch.

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