In the 1970s, severe cutbacks in physics funding drove a group of eccentric scientists to take a different approach on their field, studying quantum entanglement alongside mind reading and Eastern mysticism. Today on Focus, our guest David Kaiser will explain how their work helped pave the way for numerous other breakthroughs in quantum mechanics.
With Christian Smith, Ph.D. (the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology, University of Notre Dame; Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society; Director of the Notre Dame Center for Social Research)
With Karine Moe, Ph.D. (F. R. Bigelow Professor of Economics, Macalester College; Editor, Springer Publishing Series Economics of Gender), and Dianna Shandy, Ph.D. (Associate Professor and Chair of Anthropology; Director of African Studies, Macalester College)