Matthew Dea

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The Tallest, Smallest, and Oldest Science of 2019

♪♪♪ Sometimes science means looking for the extremes — the biggest, smallest, oldest, and furthest. 2019 was no different. Here are three of the science-est things we found this year. First up, in June, scientists published a letter in the journal Nature announcing they’d found microscopic fossils of what might be the world’s oldest fungus. […]

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Lee Smolin: Physics Envy and Economic Theory

Lee Smolin: Physics Envy and Economic Theory

So I got pulled into economics in 2007 because of the 2008 economic crisis. Mike Brown who had been the first CFO of Microsoft, Chief Financial Officer of Microsoft and treasurer of Microsoft, he came to Toronto in 2007 and took my wife and I out to dinner and said he was trying to put […]

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The Physics of Life – Inspirers

The Physics of Life – Inspirers

Hello, my name is Jan Kubań It is the second presentation introducing you to The Physics of Life. It was performed at Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, United States, in February, two thousand and fourteen, by invitation from Ken Schoolland – Associate Professor of Economics. The full script of this presentation, with suitable links, is available […]

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Simulating Natural Selection

Simulating Natural Selection

This video is about natural selection. If you’ve watched the previous videos in this series, you’ve seen these blob creatures live, die, and replicate; but it’s been a little bit artificial. We just gave each type of creature a replication chance and a death chance and we saw what happened. With natural selection though, we […]

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Can You Be Religious And Believe In Science | State Of Grace | Refinery29

Can You Be Religious And Believe In Science | State Of Grace | Refinery29

In your field of work, solve it right now for us, how did we get here? I’m the wrong guy to ask that. Oh, man. Okay, well, wrap it up, guys. Where did we come from and how did we get here? Humans have been debating the origins of the universe since, well, forever. Norse […]

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Think Like a Scientist–Natural Selection in an Outbreak | HHMI BioInteractive
Scientists Find Skull of an Extinct Crocodile Species
Are We All Related?

Are We All Related?

This is you. And these are your ancestors, a huge pyramid stretching into the past and balancing right on your head. How many ancestors do you have? Well, you have two parents. Four grandparents. And eight great-grandparents. Four generations back, your direct ancestors total 30. If we continue down this line, doubling every step, just […]

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The Science of Dreaming

The Science of Dreaming

Dreaming has got to be one of the weirdest things we do. I mean, I don’t want to diminish all the other strange crap our bodies are capable of, ’cause a lot of it is pretty cracked out. But dreams are a special kind of crazy. Like, no matter how many dreams you’ve had in […]

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Michael Behe Exposes How Mutations Fail To Invent (Science Uprising EP6)