Measuring Infinity - A Test Arrangement
How to measure the immeasurable?
According to physicists, 95 percent of the universe consists of dark matter and dark energy, phenomena that cannot be observed, only indirectly traced and described. The Millennium-Simulation is an attempt to shed light on this supposedly powerful and yet imperceptible entity. Developed at the Max Planck Institute for astrophysics in Garching (Germany), it exists as a parallel universe, a programmed copy of the existing one, including its beginning and entire lifespan to date. […]The following conversation is set around a paradoxical situation of the imperceptible, yet simulate-able and animate-able. Akin to a continuous bonfire, the animation of the Millennium-Simulation provides an appeasing and enlightening hub of concentration for the protagonists, [….] Language: English