More About Lawrence Krauss
A wide-ranging interview with Lawrence Krauss after the publication of his book, A Universe From Nothing.
Following the breakthrough discovery of the Higgs particle, Krauss explains its importance in the universes creation.
Two prominent advocates for science discuss how scientists should approach religion and its followers.
As particle physics revolutionizes the concepts of "something" (elementary particles and the forces that bind them) and "nothing" (the dynamics of empty space or even the absence of space), the famous question, "Why is there something rather than nothing?" is also revolutionized.
Tensions between religion and science will persist unless believers recognise that skepticism is a hallmark of science.
Julian Baggini fears that, as we learn more and more about the universe, scientists are becoming increasingly determined to stamp their mark on other disciplines. Here, he challenges theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss over 'mission creep' among his peers.
Krauss explains the groundbreaking new scientific advances that turn the most basic philosophical questions on their heads in his newest book.