Lisa Hanawalt, creator of I Want You, talks about comics, performance, and drawing at parties.
If you care about the big questions of the physical world, then Lisa Randall would be great company at a dinner party. Over drinks, the Harvard physicist could tell you what we know and don’t know about particle physics and cosmology.
During dinner she’d use poetry to describe the Large Hadron Collider – the biggest machine ever built – and the mysteries it could soon reveal. And with dessert — a passionate argument for the value of scientific thinking and what we lose when we put faith over logic.
Lisa Lampanelli and Kevin listen to and discuss the first story she told at a RISK! live show.