On Wednesday evening, at 7:30 PM in Furst 208, Prof. David Johnson will be discussing some topics based on his Honors course, Philosophy of Science. The intriguing title of this talk is: “Black Holes, Entropy, and Some Speculations about Heaven”. 

Here is a summary provided by Dr. Johnson: “How much information can there be, about the physical states of things within a spherical volume of three-dimensional space? The answer is vastly less than we would suppose. I discuss the Bekenstein/Susskind argument for a spherical entropy bound, and an interesting implication. I then offer some speculations about heaven.”

Please RSVP to YCHonors@yu.edu if you are interested in attending.

 

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