Meet Trinidadian Born Theoretical Physicist, Cosmologist and Musician

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Stephon Alexander is a Trinidadian scientist and a jazz saxophonist. He is known for bringing science and music together.

As part of his research interests, Alexander explores the link between small and big things in the universe which is beyond Einstein’s curved space-time and big bang theory.

Alexander’s latest publication: “The Jazz of Physics” is a reflection of his research and theories. Indulged with cosmology, he is a hobbyist musician and blows horns while occupying the profession of a physicist.

At DeWitt Clinton High School in 10th grade, Alexander’s real-life hero was his physics teacher Mr. Daniel Kaplan who was the reason behind diverting Alexander’s mind towards physics when discussing velocity and friction.

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