Does the universe have a memory? Alan Duffy
Once a moment has passed, does that mean it is gone forever – or does it exist somewhere else? Astronomer Alan Duffy is an expert on the invisible parts of the Universe. He’ll explore transience, time and the lifespan of an action in a short 15-minute lecture, and be on hand to field the many questions this triggers.
Associate Professor Duffy is an astrophysicist at Swinburne University creating baby universes on supercomputers to understand how galaxies like our Milky Way form and grow within vast halos of invisible dark matter. He is attempting to find this dark matter as part of SABRE, the world’s first da... Read more
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