How Did the World Begin?

Bell Laboratory in Holmdel, New Jersey, 1964 Arno Penzias clamped on his headphones and listened intently to the crackling sounds emanating from his radio, a device attached to a cryogenic microwave receiver used for astronomical observations. He turned to a colleague, Robert Woodrow Wilson. “Every day it is the same problem,” Arno complained. “That aggravating … Read moreHow Did the World Begin?