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  1. expert on zero. Charles Seife, come on out. Hes professor of journalism, New York University.
  2. Tyson) Well revisit this. So, CharlesMr. Zero? (Charles Seife) I dont know how Im
  3. over there? (Charles Seife) Hello? Testing. (Lawrence Krauss) They turned it to zero,
  4. until we get that resolved? (Charles Seife) Im Charles Seife, and I think Im just
  5. you. Test your mic one more time. (Charles Seife) Testing one, two, three. (Neil deGrasse
  6. Is that right? (Charles Seife) Thats absolutely correct. (Neil deGrasse Tyson) Thats right.
  7. So, what took so long? (Charles Seife) Well, we humans had a real revulsion for nothing,
  8. (Charles Seife) Oh, its still here. Its still here. Although, its diminished somewhat.
  9. said we humans. (Charles Seife) We humans. (Neil deGrasse Tyson) Okay. (Charles Seife)
  10. humans. Go. I just like the phrase. (Charles Seife) For us, nothing represents something
  11. Tyson) Sorry, the Old Testament to Christians, just so you get thego. (Charles Seife)
  12. Seife) Actually, the tohu is the chaos. (Jim Holt) Whats the bohu? (Charles Seife) The
  13. times in the Bible. And it is believed to mean void. (Jim Holt) Okay. (Charles Seife)
  14. the early Universe as described in the Book? (Charles Seife) Well, thats actually ambiguous
  15. Is there anyone in the world whos just cool with that? (Charles Seife) I cant
  16. all mythologies (Neil deGrasse Tyson) Universally meaning Earth-wide. (Charles Seife) Earth-wide,
  17. 48:54]. (Charles Seife) But basically every mythology, more or less, needs a creation
  18. Seife) The urge was there. The urge was there. (Neil deGrasse Tyson) Pre-scientific era.
  19. Seife) First of all, there are lots of good physical definitions of nothing. And I still
  20. (Charles Seife) Yeah. It was a (Neil deGrasse Tyson) Who didnt like it? (Charles Seife)