At a seminar at CERN in the summer of 2012, researchers gathered to announce that they had probably found the Higgs particle, which explains why particles have mass. In the media it is also described as the “God particle”. The discoveries give us a better understanding of the universe and its hitherto unknown dark matter.

How much can scientists say about the structure of the micro- and macro-cosmos today? Is it likely that they will find the so-called "theory of everything"? And what will then happen to our perception of reality? Are there dangers in knowing too much about our world and universe?

Guests: Sten Hellman, professor of elementary particle physics and Rahman Amanullah, cosmologist from the Oskar Klein Centre at Stockholm University.

Crosstalks – Where great minds meet