Lawrence M. Krauss
Books by Lawrence M. Krauss
NPR stories about Lawrence M. Krauss
In fiction, Charlotte Rogan explores a shipwreck, while Thomas Mallon revisits Watergate. In nonfiction, Laurent Dubois considers Haiti afresh; Lawrence Krauss reinterprets the universe; and Alain de Botton finds value in religion for atheists.
Why does Star Trek refuse to go away? Commentator Lawrence Krauss thinks a large part of the continuing fascination can be traced to our many current crises, both financial and environmental.
A provocative branch of physics called string theory might explain everything in the universe, such as how matter came into being and why space and time exist. But others say string theorists have zero proof to back their ideas.