Lawrence Krauss - Colloquium

Dr. Lawrence Krauss

Case Western Research University


Life, The Universe, and Nothing:  The Dismal Future in an Ever Expanding Universe

Monday, March 12, 2007

4:30 p.m.

Cardwell 102


The realization that empty space probably contains most of the energy in our observable universe has dramatically changed not only our current picture of cosmology, but also our thinking about a wide variety of topics ranging from the future of life and computation in the universe and the future evolution of structure, to the nature of fundamental physical laws and the anthropic principle.   I will discuss these issues.