Its not often that world-renowned scientists crash in the heart of Hollywood to talk about Nobel Prize-winning physics research. But on a recent summer night, the ScriptPhD, along with a handful of lucky astronomy aficionados, was treated to a light show with a side of general relativity. At LAs famed Laserium CyberTheatre, Yale physicist Charles Baltay, also known as the man responsible for Plutos demise, captivated a delighted audience with about 10 billion years of physics, starting from the Big Bang to Plutos demise. Continuing the physics theme was a visually stunning array of laser pyrotechnics set to the thematically appropriate tune of Pink Floyds Dark Side of the Moon. For Dr. Baltays lecture, entitled Exploring the Dark Side of the Universe, and the psychedelic imagery of the worlds most advanced laser light show, please continue reading under the jump.