Beyond Einstein World Wide Webcast

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Beyond Einstein World Wide Webcast was a webcast held on December 1, 2005 about the current physical challenges related to the theories of Albert Einstein.

Mainly organized by CERN, the event was one of the milestones of the World Year of Physics. According to the organizers, it was the longest webcast in history, running from 12h00 to 24h00 CET. During the course of the event, there were live connections with various Nobel Prize winners in multiple international institutes, including the Exploratorium, Fermilab, Imperial College London, Broomsfield Science Museum Jerusalem and National Science Center Taipei. Other highlights included webcasts from the South Pole and the Solvay Conference in Brussels. First reports indicate that at peak intensity, around 21h30, there were over 13,000 viewers from 100 countries.

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