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The other, with student Charles Cao and Caltech researcher Spiros Michalakis, is “Space from Hilbert Space: Recovering Geometry from Bulk Entanglement.” In this case I wrote the explanatory blog post myself.
I’ll be appearing on a few podcasts to talk about The Big Picture and other things. Running tally (to the best of my ability):
Now that May is here, my short book tour for The Big Picture is coming up. Here’s the basic agenda:
- May 10: NYC, Secret Science Club (Brooklyn)
- May 11: Cambridge MA, Harvard Book Store
- May 12: Washington DC, Smithsonian Associates
- May 13: Seattle, Pacific Science Center
- May 16: Palo Alto, Commonwealth Club
- May 17: Berkeley, Berkeley Arts & Letters
- May 24: Los Angeles, Natural History Museum
Details about time and possible tickets (some events need them, some don’t) are on the right-hand sidebar on my calendar page (which you’re probably reading right now).
If you come to an event, please say hi. And of course I’m happy to sign books!
Closer to Truth, the interview show by Robert Lawrence Kuhn, has added some more short interviews with me. Topics include meaning, information, free will, the origin of the universe, stuff like that.
On March 3rd I’ll be visiting Arizona State University to give the physics colloquium. The topic is “Quantum Mechanics and Cosmology in Very Large Universes.” Looking forward to visiting with the Sun Devils.
I’ll be speaking at the inaugural Australian version of the World Science Festival, to be held in Brisbane this March. Details still to be determined, but I should be on a panel or two on Friday, March 11, 2016.
Happy to announce that my new book, The Big Picture: On the Origins of Life, Meaning, and the Universe Itself, is set to be released on May 10, 2016. Pre-order it at Amazon.com or at fine booksellers everywhere.