Brian Greene

Professor of theoretical physics and mathematics at Columbia University, author of “Until the End of Time: Mind, Matter, and Our Search for Meaning in an Evolving Universe”

Professor of theoretical physics and mathematics at Columbia University, author of “Until the End of Time: Mind, Matter, and Our Search for Meaning in an Evolving Universe

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The coronavirus pandemic is a reminder that things can change — fast and unexpectedly. As much as we look for stability, things come and go, and we live and die.

Physicist Brian Greene on the science behind impermanence

The coronavirus pandemic is a reminder that things can change — fast and unexpectedly. As much as we look for stability, things come and go, and we live and die.

from Life Examined

The coronavirus pandemic is a reminder that things can change — fast and unexpectedly. As much as we look for stability, things come and go, and we live and die.

Physicist Brian Greene on the science behind impermanence

The coronavirus pandemic is a reminder that things can change — fast and unexpectedly. As much as we look for stability, things come and go, and we live and die.

from Life Examined

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