Nov 7, 2021 - 12 PM EST 1 hour with no intermission.
Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen revolves around the conundrum of what’s actually knowable in both physics and human relationships. For physicists, not only do they explore the unknown, but the ultimate use of their discoveries, including for war, is always unknowable to them — and beyond their control. In this session we take a fascinating deep dive into the way secrets and uncertainty shape physics, friendships, history and ethics.
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