Claude G. Théorêt: The Outer Type
Claude G. Théorêt kicked off CreativeMornings in Montréal this July, speaking on the month’s theme of “Space.” An astrophysicist with expertise in the management of innovation, Claude is also a teacher and spoke on how the infinitely large is actually determined and constrained by the infinitely small.
Pitting Edwin P. Hubble against Albert Einstein, Claude broke down how our universe came into existence, using these wonderfully simple illustrations to help depict complex theories.
“We are all made up of stardust,” Claude told the audience.
Illustrations by Todd Stewart.