Quotes from The Physics of Star Trek

Lawrence M. Krauss ·  188 pages

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“No matter where you go, there you are.”
― Lawrence M. Krauss, quote from The Physics of Star Trek

“like insects on a rubber sheet, we live in a universe whose true form is hidden from direct view.”
― Lawrence M. Krauss, quote from The Physics of Star Trek

“an electron accelerated to .9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 9999999999999 times the speed of light would hit you with the same impact as a Mack truck traveling at normal speed.”
― Lawrence M. Krauss, quote from The Physics of Star Trek

“The date here is very interesting, because, as far as I can determine, the first Star Trek episode to refer to a black hole, which it called a "black star," was aired in 1967 before Wheeler ever used the term in public.”
― Lawrence M. Krauss, quote from The Physics of Star Trek

“While the nature of this radiation will give no information whatsoever on what fell into the black hole,”
― Lawrence M. Krauss, quote from The Physics of Star Trek


About the author

Lawrence M. Krauss
Born place: in New York City, The United States
Born date May 27, 1954
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