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Quantum Physics in a Mirror Universe

Quantum Physics in a Mirror Universe

thanks to brilliant org for supporting PBS Digital Studios when you look in a mirror you might think you see a perfect reflection but you’re actually looking at a universe whose laws are fundamentally different when we think about symmetry the first thing that comes to mind is mirror symmetry butterflies Rorschach tests and classically […]

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Max Tegmark: “Our Mathematical Universe” | Talks at Google

Max Tegmark: “Our Mathematical Universe” | Talks at Google

MALE SPEAKER: Good afternoon. Welcome to talks at Google in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Today, it’s my great pleasure to introduce Max Tegmark. Dr. Tegmark is an MIT physics professor who loves thinking about life’s big questions. He is author or co-author of more than 200 technical papers, and has worked with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey […]

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Lec 18 | MIT 6.042J Mathematics for Computer Science, Fall 2010
Institute for Advanced Computational Science Accelerates Research

Institute for Advanced Computational Science Accelerates Research

IACS is Institute for Advanced Computational Science here at Stony Brook University. We’re looking to mine the rich fields that exist between disciplines, going from hardcore engineering all the way off into the arts and humanities, and IACS creates that nexus. The root of my research is really to map out the wildlife of Antarctica. […]

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Forensic Science: How Do Doctors Determine Time of Death (Pallor, Algor, Rigor and Livor Mortis)?

Forensic Science: How Do Doctors Determine Time of Death (Pallor, Algor, Rigor and Livor Mortis)?

Imagine that you’re watching your favorite crime drama show. A murder has taken place! The police and forensic experts are looking for clues to catch the killer. One of the most important clues to solving the crime is determining when the victim died. The expert looks at the body, checks the body temperature and examines […]

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Robert J. Shiller, “Narrative Economics”: Director’s Lecture, January 26, 2017

Robert J. Shiller, “Narrative Economics”: Director’s Lecture, January 26, 2017

Welcome to the Neubauer Collegium Director’s Lecture. This evening professor Robert Shiller, Sterling professor of economics at Yale, and a Nobel laureate in economics will give a lecture, entitled, narrative economics. His work is of such distinction, and wide interest, that he could easily be speaking at any of a number of departments or research […]

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Intro to Economics – Course Trailer
An athlete uses physics to shatter world records – Asaf Bar-Yosef

An athlete uses physics to shatter world records – Asaf Bar-Yosef

In the early 1960s, Dick Fosbury tried his hand at almost every sport, but never excelled at anything, until, at the age of 16, he turned to the high jump. But when he couldn’t compete against the strong athletes at his college using the standard high jump techniques of the time, Fosbury tried to jump […]

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Real Scientists Read Physics Love Poems

Real Scientists Read Physics Love Poems

Indirectly felt / but quite difficult to find / a dark matter, love. You keep me going / can’t escape your gravity / round and round and round. Light of my heavens / both a particle and wave / you illuminate. A quantum of love / Or more? The principle here / is uncertainty. A […]

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Orthogonal Projections – Mathematics – Linear Algebra – TU Delft

Orthogonal Projections – Mathematics – Linear Algebra – TU Delft

Hi! Suppose you are standing on the slope of a mountain with a walkie-talkie and your friend is standing on the top of the next mountain with his walkie-talkie. To make contact with your friend you need a good reception of the signal. To have a good reception of the signal, the distance to your […]

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