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String Theory Finally Explained with Clifford Johnson

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Clifford Johnson is an English theoretical physicist and professor at the University of Southern California.  His work on string theory  makes him the perfect candidate to explain what it all means in understandable terms.

He earned his BS from Imperial college, London in 1989 and PhD from University of Southampton, England in 1992.  He has distinguished himself by being frequeantly featured on the TV series, The Universe.  He has amassed a substantial list of publications.

He received the 2005 Maxwell Medal and Prize from the Institute of Physics for his outstanding contribution to string theory and related theories.  He was also recognized by the National Science Foundation in 1997.  His work is revealed in his web site: http://asymptotia.com/

Please join Professor Johnson, Melissa and me Monday, April 28, 2014 at 8 pm EDT for an illuminating discussion of string theory.

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