Episode Details Original tape date: February 26, 2017. First aired: August 11, 2017. Stephon Alexander, cosmologist and author of The Jazz of Physics, talks math and music, John Coltrane and
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We head to the ivy halls of Brown University in Episode 31of The Limit Does Not Exist to sit down with physics professor and jazz saxophonist Stephon Alexander. Alexander grew up in New
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The Creators Project READ WATCH ABOUT Learn the Physics of Jazz with Stephon Alexander And Rioux Zach Sokol — May 15 2016 Astrophysicist and Dartmouth professor Stephon Alexander connect the mathematical realization of
Dr. Stephon Alexander — The Jazz of Physics: The Secret Link Between Music and the Structure of the Universe (Science Salon # 6) Event Date: Sunday, May 22, 2016 at 2:00
IDEAS PHYSICS Brian Eno Plays the Universe A physicist explains what the composer has in common with the dawn of the cosmos. BY STEPHON ALEXANDERILLUSTRATION BY RIC CARRASQUILLOJULY 7, 2016
Physicist Stephon Alexander shares his love of science with his students at Brown University, and his love of jazz with musicians around Providence. Courtesy Ari Daniel Stephon Alexander didn’t always
Stephon Alexander Explores Intersection of Jazz & Physics Posted 6/1/2016 The idea of a musical universe—The Music of the Spheres—goes back a long way, from Pythagoras and the ancient Greeks
EVERYONE HAD HIS or her favorite drink in hand. There were bubbles and deep reds, and the sound of ice clinking in cocktail glasses underlay the hum of contented chatter.