Nov 19, 2018
How often have you laid under a night sky and wondered what is or might be out there in the endless tracts of space? Are there neutrinos passing through your body as you lay there? Are there places just like earth far beyond what you can see…are there other beings there, and will we ever be able to converse with them – or do we need to fear them? We delve into some of those thoughts on today’s Perspective.
Guest: Dr. Jo Dunkley, professor of physics and astrophysical sciences at Princeton University.
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