Disorder, Time, and the Silent Death of the Universe

Miguel Correa

Tuesday November 6th 2018 - 7:00 pm ET

101 Jordan Hall of Science

The universe has changed and evolved since the beginning of time. Stars are born and stars die, and give us the night sky we see today. But while change within the universe is constant, there is only one quantity which always increases: disorder.

Join us as we delve into one of the most challenging concepts of physics – the idea of entropy and disorder. Discover how it affects astronomical objects including black holes, life on Earth, and how it will ultimately define the end of the universe.

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