Physics lecture fulfilling
(This letter was originally for Dr. Lawrence Krauss, who presented a lecture on physics Jan. 25 at the Wheeler Opera House.)Dear Editor:I want to express my profound appreciation for your book “Hiding in the Mirror.” As a young man, I studied physics at the University of Illinois mainly as a result of a failed search for God. I thought that “God” might be “Hiding in the Mirror.” My “Guru” or teacher, I thought, could be the physical universe. Your book provides a historical chronology and understanding of physics that I have long sought. Thank you for coming to Aspen and for having a booksigning at Explore Booksellers. I bought your book on a lark and am so pleased. “There are no accidents in the Universe” is a postulate that seems to ring true here.Very best regards and thanks,Mike MasonCedaredge
The Aspen City Council directed staff to move forward with the Burlingame early childhood education center, but decided it needs more information on the affordable housing units that are part of the schematic design at a work session Monday.