Two of my favorite artists, novelist Cormac MCarthy and filmmaker Werner Herzog, as well as physicist Lawrence Krauss “discuss science as inspiration for art and Herzog’s new film on the earliest known cave paintings” at NPR.org with host Ira Flatow. “What does physics have to do with fiction or film? What does art have to tell us about science, human origins and destiny?” Hear Werner Herzog read Cormac McCarthy. Learn about a new “statistical bump” that could challenge everything scientists know about the fundamental forces of nature. Wow, wow, wow! Please don’t miss out on this interview.
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“Do I contradict myself? Very well, then, I contradict myself; I am large — I contain multitudes.”
— Walt Whitman
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