Janna Levin: el sonido del Universo

TED2011 · 17:43 · Filmed Mar 2011
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Pensamos el espacio como un lugar silencioso. Pero la física Janna Levin dice que el Universo tiene una banda de sonido: una composición sonora que registra algunos de los acontecimientos más espectaculares del espacio ultraterrestre. (Los agujeros negros, por ejemplo, golpean al espacio-tiempo como a un tambor). Un recorrido sonoro accesible y revelador por el Universo.

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Janna Levin is a professor of physics and astronomy at Barnard, where she studies the early universe, chaos, and black holes. She's the author of “How the Universe Got Its Spots" and the novel “A Madman Dreams of Turing Machines.” Full bio



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