Particle Fever director Mark Levinson and phisicist David Kaplan stopped by the SERIOUS WONDER office last week for an exclusive interview. We talked about teleportation, black holes and time travel and about the making of Particle Fever.
“Particle physicists are always looking into the future. The timescale of work we do is decades, centuries. We are a very old science. We became quantitative in the 1600s. We are just continuing the same process into the future.” – David Kaplan
“There’s a lot of interest in cross-pollenization of arts and science.” Mark Levinson
“Black holes I think are and will be for many decades a cutting edge of the mysteries of physics. We still don’t quite understand the relationship between black holes and the quantum mechanics that rule the universe around them. What does a blackhole horizon mean and how is it that black holes radiate Energy even though the geometry doesn’t allow it?” – David Kaplan
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