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We take it for granted that the Universe began with the Big Bang. But there are problems with the theory. Is it just possible that the Big Bang will turn out to be a mistake? Since our whole account of the Universe depends on this theory - can we contemplate giving it up and what might replace it?The Panel
Leading cosmologist Laura Mersini-Houghton, CERN particle theorist and coiner of the term ‘Theory of Everything’ John Ellis, and mathematical physicist Roger Penrose go back to the beginning.
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