Revolutions in Time, Culture, & the Cosmos

Revolutions in Time, Culture, & the Cosmos
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Revolutions in Time, Culture, & the Cosmos

Revolutions in Time, Culture, & the Cosmos
February 23, 2012 at KCTS 9 Studios

Join us for an interactive conversation about our perceptions of and relationships with time, culture, and the cosmos with Adam Frank, PhD, NPR Commentator, and University of Rochester Astrophysicist.

Time changes -- literally. The human experience of time has changed again and again throughout our evolution. With science poised to move beyond the Big Bang, are radical new ideas in cosmology part of a coming revolution in the human construction of time?

Related:
Watch Adam Frank's previous Science Café, "Before the Big Bang"
Listen to "Time Is Constant, But How We Perceive It Varies" on NPR.org
Listen to "What Einstein Missed: Where Relativity And Road Trips Meet" on NPR.org
Listen to "The Inspiration Gap And The Shuttle's Last Launch" on NPR.org

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