Theoretical physicist Brian Greene has a special talent: He can explain complicated scientific principles in a way that makes them comprehensible to the layperson.
Greene’s work has given him a unique understanding of our place in creation – which, considering the whole of time, is miniscule. But he also argues that short though our time is, our existence is as beautiful as it is remarkable. As we start to emerge from a year-long pandemic, Greene’s perspective allows us to step back and look at the much, much bigger picture, from the big bang until the end of time. (Repeat)