Divine Imagination Through A Wormhole: Astrophysicist Discusses Dark Energy & Time Travel Princeton Astrophysicist, Professor Richard Gott, discusses his latest research on dark energy, multi-verse bubble theory and Mars colonization on Divine Imagination radio program.
PRINCETON, N.J., Sept. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Akiva David's innovative and inspirational weekly radio program, Divine Imagination, that airs on Wednesdays (11:00AM-1:00PM) on WPRB (Princeton, NJ) 103.3 FM (streaming live on www.wprb.com) will broadcast a Big Bang episode on September 4, 2013 that includes a fascinating interview with Professor Richard Gott, Princeton University Professor of Astrophysical Sciences, that covers his latest research on dark energy, time travel and Mars exploration. All musical selections on the Big Bang episode contain an astrophysical theme, such as Moby's "We Are All Made of Stars" to Jason Steele's "String Theory."
Divine Imagination inspires radio listeners to see beyond the ordinary and embrace the possibilities of the extraordinary with music and story. This Wednesday's episode (airing September 4, 2013) really exemplifies that notion as Professor Gott discusses how his high school science project on mathematical measurements related to polyhedron sponges contributed to his extraordinary perspective on later research projects. Professor Gott also encourages high school and undergraduate listeners to take advantage of research opportunities and to never underestimate the power of scientific research at any stage in an academic career.
"The Big Bang episode enables Divine Imagination to explore the intersection between science and pop culture," according to the DJ Akiva David, "since Professor Gott discusses many complex astrophysical principals, like theoretical time travel possibilities, in books and movies." Among cultural references, Professor Gott provides some interesting insights to the Jane Seymour and Christopher Reeve classic movie, Somewhere in Time, regarding the movie's time travel theme and its scientific possibilities. DJ Akiva David anticipates that the Big Bang episode of Divine Imagination, as with the entire summer season, will receive a Peabody Award nomination due to the radio show's groundbreaking format explores cutting-edge themes with compelling interviews and inspiring musical selections.
Currently, Akiva David is in the process of seeking a syndication partner for Divine Imagination for major market distribution. Akiva David has also recently launched a self-help educational website, www.bebeyondbest.com, that reflects Akiva's unique perspective on the power of culture, imagination and faith to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Listeners are encouraged to provide feedback about the show and share their stories about how music inspires their imaginations at www.bebeyondbest.com/imagine.
About Divine Imagination
Divine Imagination represents an innovative radio-programming format that comprises diverse musical selections that are assembled around a singular theme to encourage listeners to exercise their imaginations and to discover the extraordinary in the ordinary. Akiva David, DJ Host and Creator, believes that Divine Imagination represents a new format that engages listeners through compelling stories and interviews that draw upon various musical genres to surprise listeners to the imaginative possibilities hidden within melodies and lyrics without preconceived listening limitations.
About Akiva David
Akiva David is a Princeton-area graduate student who employs pop culture and music to advocate for the Divine as the ultimate arbiter for all life challenges. He applies this approach in his teaching as a media professor. For additional information about Akiva David, you can visit http://bebeyondbest.com/about-me or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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