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Marcelo Gleiser

Special Guest

Biography:

Marcelo Gleiser is the Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy and Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and the recipient of the Presidential Fellow Award from the White House and the National Science Foundation. He is also a founding member and writer for the newly-launched "13.7: Cosmos and Culture" blog on NPR. Marcelo is fascinated with questions of origins of the universe, of matter, and of life.

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Cosmology & Asymmetry

Dartmouth astrophysicist Marcelo Gleiser discussed origins of the universe, of matter, and of life, as well as their asymmetrical properties. Last hour guest, psychologist Dr. Laurie Ann Levin reacted to a recent account of a clinically dead three-year-old boy who saw his "granny in heaven," before he was revived. ... More »

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