THE science-fiction author and technology prophet Arthur C. Clarke once said that a technology sufficiently advanced from our own would be indistinguishable from magic. So what will be onstage at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Tuesday night may look like magic in the boyish and capable hands of Brian Greene, the Columbia University physicist and author, who will perform the kind of tricks to make you think your eyes, or maybe your brain, have fallen out of your head.
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