Theoretical Physics and Cosmology Questions 1

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The following are some interesting questions asked by the public attending Multiversal Journeys events in Los Angeles, Chicago and Cambridge Part 1:

Other Questions about Theoretical Physics and Cosmology #1:

From left to right: Prof. Lawrence Krauss, Farzad Nekoogar (Multiversal Journeys), and Prof. Itzhak Bars.

Question: What is the distribution of dark Matter, normal matter and dark energy in the universe?
Answer: Prof. Lawrence Krauss

From left to right: Prof. Lawrence Krauss, Farzad Nekoogar (Multiversal Journeys), and Prof. Itzhak Bars.

Question: Are the laws of physics the same everywhere in the universe? Answer: Prof. Lawrence Krauss

From left to right: Prof. Lawrence Krauss, Farzad Nekoogar(Multiversal Journeys), and Prof. Itzhak Bars.

Question: Comment about other dimensions.
Answer: Prof. Bars

From left to right: Prof. Lawrence Krauss, Farzad Nekoogar (Multiversal Journeys), and Prof. Itzhak Bars.

Question: Does empty space have a well defined temperature?
Answer: Prof. Lawrence Krauss

From left to right: Prof. Lawrence Krauss, Farzad Nekoogar (Multiversal Journeys), and Prof. Itzhak Bars.

Question: Is the total amount of energy in the observable universe increasing
Answer: Prof. Lawrence Krauss