This edition: Why Coltrane is Like Einstein

This edition: Why Coltrane is Like Einstein

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

Inverse Announces Two Facebook Watch Original Series

Inverse Announces Two Facebook Watch Original Series

NEW YORK, Aug. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Inverse, a two-year-old digital media and entertainment company, focused on sparking curiosity, is premiering two new original video series as part of the launch of

The Limit Does Not Exist: Stephon Alexander Has A Big Band Theory

The Limit Does Not Exist: Stephon Alexander Has A Big Band Theory

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

Tavis Smiley Show: The Physicist Joins us to discuss his recent text The Jazz Of Physics.
Wall Street Journal: Blue Notes and Blackboards

Wall Street Journal: Blue Notes and Blackboards Popular

“The love affair between music and science began in an ancient Greek blacksmith shop, where the legendary Pythagoras did the first experiments connecting ratios and sounds, such as the lengths

The New York Times Review: As Goes Music, So Goes the Universe

The New York Times Review: As Goes Music, So Goes the Universe Popular

“If the structure of the universe is a result of a pattern of vibration, what causes the vibration?” Stephon Alexander asks in his new book, “The Jazz of Physics.” And

CBC Radio q: Interview about The Jazz of Physics Hello Stephon.

CBC Radio q: Interview about The Jazz of Physics Hello Stephon. Popular

Gill Deacon guest hosts. Coming up on q for Tuesday, April 26: Gill talks to Stephon Alexander about his new book, The Jazz of Physics, and how he not only uses jazz as musician,

Coltrane and the cosmos Physicist says sound waves explain galaxy formations

Coltrane and the cosmos Physicist says sound waves explain galaxy formations

“One of my main goals in life is to play a key role in science in Trinidad and Tobago.” By Vaneisa Baksh Night after night, Stephon scanned the sky, dreading

Stephon Alexander, Will Calhoun, Jaron Lanier
Quadruple Play: Physics, Biology, Math and Music

Quadruple Play: Physics, Biology, Math and Music

Physicist and 2013 Edward Bouchet Award winner Stephon Alexander can be seen below with Jim Gates,who as we’ve previously noted was the first(1994) recipient of that award. In the background