|101. Questions from Ken Ford. Relativity. From mathematics to...||214||01:52|
|102. Size range of black holes||185||01:13|
|104. 1976: decision to leave Princeton for the University of Texas||282||02:47|
|105. The Delayed Choice experiment||427||02:41|
|106. Problems compiling the key papers on quantum theory||228||02:49|
|107. The certainty of quantum mechanics: correct predictions||346||00:53|
|108. Can the laws of physics be violated?||402||02:55|
|109. Wheeler's drawing of the big U: concept of observer participancy||595||01:27|
|110. Niels Bohr: distinguishing between 'observation' and...||327||02:03|
John Wheeler, one of the world's most influential physicists, is best known for coining the term 'black holes', for his seminal contributions to the theories of quantum gravity and nuclear fission, as well as for his mind-stretching theories and writings on time, space and gravity.
Title: Size range of black holes
Listeners: Ken Ford
Ken Ford took his Ph.D. at Princeton in 1953 and worked with Wheeler on a number of research projects, including research for the Hydrogen bomb. He was Professor of Physics at the University of California and Director of the American Institute of Physicists. He collaborated with John Wheeler in the writing of Wheeler's autobiography, 'Geons, Black Holes and Quantum Foam: A Life in Physics' (1998).
Duration: 1 minute, 14 seconds
Date story recorded: December 1996
Date story went live: 24 January 2008