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There is one universe. Is it one of its kinds? What is the need for its existence?
These are questions pertaining to Parallel Realities. In order to answer these questions, Origins Project has put together a conference. Get your Parallel Realities tickets now to enlighten yourself with the nature of universe. The conference is scheduled to take place at the Gammage Auditorium. The auditorium is known for connecting people with similar experiences and making a difference in the community. The management brings in new, diverse performances and debates that are both thought provoking and challenging for the audience.
The Origins Project at Arizona State University is an attempt to support the research and exploration of the origins of consciousness, planets, stars, universe, culture, human existence and life. Origins Project has organized a debate-seminar where the universe would be discussed in detail including existence of more than one universe, nature of the universe and new discoveries in primary physics. The subject matter is related to cosmology and particles physics primarily. It includes everything from the highest-energy particle collider, Large Hadron Collider to the universe visible to the naked eye. Scientists and Nobel Award winners would be sharing their knowledge regarding both these aspects. The guest speakers include well-regarded scientists Wendy Freedman, Lawrence Krauss, Maria Spiropulu and Nobel Laureates Brian Schmidt, Frank Wilczek and David Gross. Together they would strive to explore the elementary fabric of reality.
The scientists are brought together from different parts of the world having different expertise. Wendy L. Freedman is an astronomist and an astrophysicist. She primarily focused on the structural pattern of stars in galaxies and the study of extremely luminous stars, Cepheids. She used the light to measure distance between objects in space to a close proximity. Lawrence Krauss' is a Theoretical Physicist recognized for his work in cosmology and theoretical particle astrophysics. He is also known for his studies including neutrino astrophysics, stellar evolution, quantum field theory and gravity, the early universe, black holes, dark energy, eschatology, nucleosynthesis and dark matter. Maria Spiropulu’s area of expertise is regarding experimental particle physics. She was the first one to use double blind as a data analysis method in Hadron Collider data. Her research studies include addressing questions regarding fundamental physics concerns of the universe of both small and large length scales.
The Nobel Award winners are also known for their contributions to science. Brian Schmidt is an astronomer. He is known for his work in astronomy specifically on supernovae, studying the exploding stars. Frank Anthony Wilczek is an American mathematician and a theoretical physicist. He is known for his work in the theory of the strong interaction for the discovery of asymptotic freedom. David Jonathan Gross is an American string theorist and particle physicist. He is known for his work on discovering the asymptotic freedom.
The ASU Origins Project initiative has been arranged to build partnerships and provide an opportunity to address the elementary questions. Don’t miss out this auspicious opportunity and get your Parallel Realities tickets soon. You may get the answers to your concerns regarding the existence of the universe.