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Thirst for Knowledge: Early universe science (or, why god must be a mathematician)

This event was previously scheduled for Tuesday 26 July 2022.

It is commonly believed that our universe was born in a gigantic explosion called the big bang about 13 billion years ago.

Come and hear Dr Florian Beyer from the Department of Mathematics discuss the young universe, a period of time just after the big bang that was so utterly different from everything else we know, that only the mathematics of Albert Einstein's General Relativity theory might ever have the power to unravel its mysteries.

Be there early to secure a seat, or register to watch on Zoom.

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Register for Thirst for Knowledge: Early universe science (or, why god must be a mathematician)

Date Tuesday, 29 November 2022
Time 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Audience Public
Event Category Health Sciences
Event Type Lecture
CampusDunedin
DepartmentMathematics & Statistics
LocationOmbrellos Kitchen and Bar, 10 Clarendon Street, Dunedin
CostFree
Contact NameSophie Briggs
Contact Emailsophie.briggs@0539hd.com
Websitehttp://www.facebook.com/thirstforknowledge.otago

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