Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe
Simon Singh talked about his book Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe, published by HarperCollins. Mr. Singh talked about the development of the theory of the Big Bang and describes the early disagreements over the theory that emerged within the scientific community. In his remarks, accompanying a PowerPoint presentation, he talked about the impact of scientific thinking and research, the process of scientific discovery, and the history of recent scientific inquiry. Following his remarks he answered questions from members of the audience. close
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