Brian Greene received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and his doctorate from Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He joined the physics faculty of Cornell University in 1990, was appointed to a full professorship in 1995, and in 1996 joined Columbia University where he is professor of physics and mathematics. He has lectured at both a general and a technical level in more than twenty-five countries and is widely regarded for a number of groundbreaking discoveries in superstring theory. He lives in Andes, New York, and New York City.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to April 8, 1999, when Prof. Brian Greene discussed a scientific theory of everything in the universe, including time and space. More »
Theoretical physicist Brian Greene discussed ideas about the multiverse and parallel worlds, as well as a variety of cosmology topics. First hour guest, Steve Quayle discussed a report which alleges that a vimana was entrapped in a "time well" in an Afghanistan cave More »
Professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University, Brian Greene discussed discoveries in cosmology. First hour guest, author William Forstchen outlined how an EMP attack could be carried out on the U.S. More »
In a special evening on the subject of 'exopolitics,' several guests reacted to the Vatican's comments about aliens (see below), and the UK's release of UFO files. In the second hour, UFO journalist Paola Harris noted the quotes that Rev. Funes made were likely sanctioned by... More »
In a rebroadcast from 2/28/04, Art Bell talked about the universe and related topics with physicist Brian Greene. More »
One of the world's leading physicists, Brian Greene discussed Einstein's legacy, the nature of time and space, quantum physics, and the theory of everything."We still do not know how the universe began," Greene stated, describing the realm from which our universe emerged as... More »
One of the world's leading physicists, Brian Greene took us on a grand tour of the universe, offering a fresh view of reality. More »