Great Debate Parallel Realities: Probing Fundamental Physics
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Great Debate Parallel Realities: Probing Fundamental Physics

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Saturday, February 1, 2014 - 7:00pm
Frank Wilczek, David Gross, Brian Schmidt, Wendy Freedman, Maria Spiropulu and Lawrence Krauss

Origins Project is pleased to present a top-notch discussion of the nature of the universe, the possibilities of a multiverse, and exciting discoveries in fundamental physics. Join Nobel Laureates Frank Wilczek, David Gross, and Brian Schmidt, as well as esteemed scientists Wendy FreedmanMaria Spiropulu, and Lawrence Krauss for an out-of-this-world conversation.

We live in one universe.  Is it unique? Is it required? How can we find out?  These issues touch on the forefront of particles physics and cosmology, from the Large Hadron Collider to the edges of the visible Universe.  This panel will bring together the leading scientists and thinkers working at both these frontiers to discuss how we can probe the fundamental fabric of reality.  

Prices are $7 Student*   $10 General Admission*   $30 VIP Seating* plus applicable fees.

Tickets will be available December 12, 2013 from ASU Gammage Box Office 480-965-3434.  *The 1st 1500 tickets are free with ASU ID, quantities limited, restrictions apply. Discounted tickets for ASU community are available only at ASU Gammage Box office. Tickets may also be purchased at  If you are not local to the Phoenix Metro area, you can watch the live webcast of the event at

For other events in the Origins Project Anniversary event series, Inspiring Wonder: Celebrating 5 Years of the Origins Project, please see our Events page.

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 *All events and panelists are subject to change without notice.