Theoretical physicist, cosmologist and bestselling author Lawrence Krauss The Greatest Story Ever Told...So Far) explores the hidden realities of our universe. He asks us to imagine what the world might look like if we lived on an ice crystal on a windowpane. Religions would be born, wars would be fought and physicists would develop laws to explain the universe. But, of course, its creation would be an accident of circumstance. Lawrence explains how our universe is just such an accident.
Supported by the University of Sydney.
Juanita Ruys (Australian)
Juanita Feros Ruys is the director of the University of Sydney Node of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions. She is a Senior Research Fellow in the Medieval and Early Modern Centre and the author of Demons in the Middle Ages.