Moth: The Randomness of Concentration Camps
WSF teams up with what The Wall Street Journal calls “New York’s hottest and hippest literary ticket,” The Moth, for an innovative series of unpredictable storytelling. Scientists, writers, and esteemed artists tell on-stage stories about their personal relationship with science. Here, Leonard Mlodinow shares how learning about the heroism and hardship of his father, a Holocaust survivor, provided the eminent physicist and popular author with the strength to face just about anything in life.
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Recorded June 2010; Posted October 2010