Here are my slides and a movies (right click and save  ) from the GR21 conference at Columbia University in NYC. This talk was reporting on progress in simulating binary black hole mergers in dynamical Chern-Simons gravity, working in collaboration with Maria Okounkova. Enjoy!
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