Albert Einstein: His Life, Science, and Legacy

Code: LH12802

Dates: November 7-14, 2022

Meets: 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Sessions: 2

Location: Creutzburg Center

Course Fee: $55.00

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More than 65 years after the death of one of the 20th century’s greatest scientific geniuses, Albert Einstein's work still inspires scientists and philosophers, who continue to test his theories and seek answers about the cosmos and our place in it. Learn what drove Einstein to his discoveries, gain a better comprehension of the details and implications of his monumental works including his masterful theory of relativity, and explore why he remains an iconic figure.
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Paul Halpern

Acclaimed science writer and physicist Dr. Paul Halpern is the author of seventeen popular science books exploring the subjects of space, time, higher dimensions, dark energy, dark matter, exoplanets, particle physics, and cosmology. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Fulbright Scholarship, and an Athenaeum Literary Award. A regular contributor to NOVA's "The Nature of Reality" physics blog, he has appeared on numerous radio and television shows including “Science Friday,” "Future Quest," "The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special," and "Book Talk" on C-SPAN. Paul Halpern's latest book, “Flashes of Creation," investigates how physicists George Gamow and Fred Hoyle debated about whether or not the universe began in a Big Bang. He is also the author of Einstein's Dice and Schrödinger's Cat, a look at the contributions and clashes of physicists Albert Einstein and Erwin Schrödinger. Paul Halpern's latest book, “Flashes of Creation," investigates how physicists George Gamow and Fred Hoyle debated about whether or not the universe began in a Big Bang. He is also the author of Einstein's Dice and Schrödinger's Cat, a look at the contributions and clashes of physicists Albert Einstein and Erwin Schrödinger

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