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MIT Press Bookstore Events for Spring 2015
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The Spring 2015 Loading Dock Sale Saturday & Sunday, April 18th & 19th
10:00am to 6:00pm
MIT E38, 292 Main Street, Cambridge

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authors@mit presents

Max Tegmark
OUR MATHEMATICAL UNIVERSE
My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality
Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
5:30 pm
MIT 14E-304,160 Memorial Dr, Cambridge

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Spring 2015 Event Details

authors@mit presents:

Max Tegmark

OUR MATHEMATICAL UNIVERSE
My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
5:30 pm
MIT 14E-304,160 Memorial Dr, Cambridge

Please join us as we welcome theoretical physicist and MIT Professor Max Tegmark to celebrate the paperback release of his bestselling book “Our Mathematical Universe,”  a mind-blowing mix of physics and philosophy probing the mathematical structure of our own universe, and others.

Max Tegmark is Professor of Physics at MIT.

“Our Mathematical Universe” is published by Vintage Books.

Presented by authors@mit, a lecture series co-sponsored
by the MIT Libraries and the MIT Press Bookstore.
Open to the public and wheelchair accessible.
Event Info: (617) 253-5249

praise for the book:

“Daring, Radical. Innovative. A game changer. If Dr. Tegmark is correct, this represents a paradigm shift in the relationship between physics and mathematics, forcing us to rewrite our textbooks. A must read for anyone deeply concerned about our universe.” —Michio Kaku, author of Physics of the Future 

“In Our Mathematical Universe, renowned cosmologist Max Tegmark takes us on a whirlwind tour of the universe, past, present—and other.  With lucid language and clear examples, Tegmark provides us with the master measure of not only of our cosmos, but of all possible universes.  The universe may be lonely, but it is not alone.” —Prof. Seth Lloyd, Professor of quantum mechanical engineering, MIT, author of Programming the Universe

Presented by authors@mit, a lecture series co-sponsored
by the MIT Libraries and the MIT Press Bookstore.
Open to the public and wheelchair accessible.
Event Info: (617) 253-5249

 


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