There are few scientists that can be said to have touched the public imagination. Physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking is one such scientist.
Our universe is just right for structure such as galaxies, planets and life to form.
"'Let There Be Light': Religion and the Birth of Modern Science," conversation with Jameel Sadik "Jim" Al-Khalili (University of Surrey); Keith Ward (Christ Church, Oxford), with responses from Paul C. W. Davies (ASU); Hava Tirosh-Samuelson (ASU) and moderated by Pauline Davies (ASU).
Paul Davies appointed as a member to the Copernicus Space Corporation Distinguished and Visionary Strategic & Scientific Advisory Board.
Dr. Davies joins other renowned and highly regarded astrophysics, astrobiology, space exploration, mathematics and technology business experts to the Copernicus SSAB.
What are the implications of Einstein’s predictions? Has our understanding of reality integrated the implications of this thinking? His General and Special theories of relativity have completely changed the way we see gravity, energy, mass, space and time, even size - but how?
Discover why NASA’s new telescope is a huge step forward for understanding the universe.
Time's Arrow: A conversation with Paul Davies about time's irreversible flow, black holes, memories of Stephen Hawking and the information paradox, Maxwell's demon and living systems -- and how to improve universities. With Logan Chipkin.
Each week, Benjamin Law asks public figures to discuss the subjects we’re told to keep private by getting them to roll a die. The numbers they land on are the topics they’re given. This week, he talks to Paul Davies.
Paul Davies' talk "Time’s Flow Is An Illusion: Time Doesn’t Pass, Selves Do" (starts at 35:28) at The Science of Consciousness Conference.