Speakers: Professor Lawrence M. Krauss & Professor Itzhak Bars
One can consider measuring time by the number of events that occur within some period. In this sense, more happened in the first second in the history of the universe than has occurred in the history of the universe since that moment.
The first part of the lecture highlights some of the major milestones in that initial moment, and then moves on to discuss the future. Our current observations suggest we live in the worst of all universes for the long term future of life, and that our knowledge about the state of the universe will continue to decrease with time.
In the far future we will be alone in a largely dark and empty universe. Wow, that's cold!
Official Website: http://www.multiversaljourneys.org
Added by Pritchard on June 24, 2007