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Universe or Multiverse?

Modern cosmology suggests that we can only observe a tiny part of the universe and this might itself be just one member of a "multiverse". But what is the evidence for this and are such speculations part of science?

Professor Bernard Carr of Queen Mary, University of London, will talk on how our Universe may be just one of many in a far grander 'multiverse'. He will present the evidence for the multiverse idea and whether speculating on its existence is (or isn't)legitimate science.


Professor Bernard Carr | talks | www


Date and Time:

9 December 2008 at 1:00 pm


1 hour



Royal Astronomical Society
Burlington House

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£3 for advance tickets, free after 1215 on the day

Available from:

Reception at the Royal Astronomical Society.

Additional Information:

Tube: Green Park
Tel: 020 7734 3307
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