Lawrence Krauss

Lawrence M. Krauss is Foundation Professor and Director of the Arizona State University Origins Project. His most recent book is A Universe from Nothing.

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July 4 2012 5:56 AMA Quantum LeapThe discovery of the Higgs boson particle puts our understanding of nature on a new firm footing.
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April 25 2012 2:23 PMIt’s Time for the U.S. To Finally Sign the Nuclear-Test-Ban TreatyA recent report removes all of the legitimate scientific objections to ratifying the agreement.
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Jan. 27 2012 1:04 PMTo the Moon, Newt!Gingrich’s wasteful, scientifically unsound plan to put colonists on lunar soil.
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June 21 2013 7:30 AMMandating Scientific Discovery Never WorksBut politicians can’t seem to grasp that.
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April 10 2013 11:10 AMDid You Hear About the Real-Life Invisibility Cloak?How Harry Potter and Star Trek influence—and sometimes frustrate—physicists.
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Jan. 4 2013 8:41 AMThe Higgs Boson HangoverWe found the most sought-after particle in physics. Now what?
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Oct. 3 2012 7:30 AMBombing the TestObama and Romney both get failing grades for their nuclear weapons policies.
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June 14 2012 8:00 AMThe Dark-Matter AgesThe U.S. may be losing its place as the world leader in frontier physics research.
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March 16 2012 7:30 AMCountdown to the Man-Made ApocalypseShould the “Doomsday Clock” be moved ahead because of threats from biotechnology?

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