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Hear From Arlie Petters

  • By Susan K. Lewis
  • Posted 07.01.07
  • NOVA scienceNOW

Duke professor and Belize native Arlie Petters talks about gravitational lensing and how it might be harnessed to solve cosmic mysteries. He also explains what science has given him and why he feels he's been touched by "undeserved grace."

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Duke professor and Belize native Arlie Petters talks about his journey both in life and in physics.

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Courtesy Carla Denly

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