Who are we and why are we here? These questions define humanity’s relationship with the universe – and have led to extraordinary discoveries. In The Greatest Story Ever Told…So Far, theoretical physicist and acclaimed author Lawrence Krauss shows how humankind came to understand the universe. Lawrence’s passion for the natural world is contagious. Watch in awe as Lawrence and astrophysicist Alan Duffy trace the history of scientific discovery.

Lawrence Krauss (International)

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Lawrence M. Krauss is theoretical physicist. His studies and research interests include the early universe, the nature of dark matter, and the origins of the consciousness and culture. Lawrence is the author of over 300 scientific publications, as well the author of 10 popular books, including the international bestseller The Physics of Star Trek and A Universe from Nothing, which immediately became New York Times bestseller and has now been translated into 24 different languages. His newest book, The Greatest Story Ever Told … So Far, is the story about how humanity reached its current understanding of the universe, one that is far removed from the realm of everyday experience. He is the recipient of numerous awards for his research and writing and is the only physicist to have received the major awards from all three U.S Physics Societies for his many contributions to public education and understanding of science around the world. He writes for numerous newspapers and magazines including The New York Times and The New Yorker, and appears on TV and in various feature films.

Alan Duffy (Australian)

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Alan Duffy is an astrophysicist at Swinburne University, where he creates baby universes on supercomputers to understand how galaxies like our Milky Way form and grow within vast halos of invisible dark matter. He is attempting to find this dark matter as part of SABRE, the world's first dark matter detector in the Southern Hemisphere. When not exploring simulated universes you can find Alan explaining breaking science as a regular on ABC TV's NewsBreakfast, Ten's The Project and ABC Radio Sydney.