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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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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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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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How to Go From Failing Student to Rocket Scientist | Olympia LePoint on Impact Theory

How to Go From Failing Student to Rocket Scientist | Olympia LePoint on Impact Theory

Tom: Hey everybody, welcome to Impact Theory. You are here my friends because you believe that human potential is nearly limitless, but you know that having potential is not the same as actually doing something with it, so our goal with the show and company is to introduce you to the people and ideas that […]

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J. Krishnamurti – Ojai 1982 – Discussion with Scientists 3 – The need for security

J. Krishnamurti – Ojai 1982 – Discussion with Scientists 3 – The need for security

The Nature of the Mind Part Three The Need for Security This is one of a series of dialogues between J Krishnamurti, David Bohm, Rupert Sheldrake, and John Hidley. The purpose of these discussions is to explore essential questions about the mind, what is psychological disorder, and what is required for fundamental psychological change. J […]

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Roger Penrose on Mathematical Physics

Roger Penrose on Mathematical Physics

I’m Roger Penrose Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford The subject of Physics very much depends on mathematics and we have extremely good equations, theories to describe vast ranges of physical activity I mean, how particles move, how bodies move going back to Newton most of what we know about […]

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Science Bulletins: The Expanding Universe

Science Bulletins: The Expanding Universe

The Expanding Universe When we talk about the expansion of the Universe, it’s not that the galaxies and clusters of galaxies are like bullets zooming through some preexisting space. Rather space itself, the space between galaxies and clusters of galaxies, is expanding. In the past 10 or 15 years, we’ve discovered that that expansion is […]

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Ghana shares new superlab with West African scientists

Ghana shares new superlab with West African scientists

For once, researchers in KNUST in Ghana and the subregion as a whole can start to dream. Right now, you are not limited by the absence of equipment. So in times past, usually, whatever project you decide to do you are limited by the fact that, you know, can I do all my analysis in […]

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Doughnut Economics by Kate Raworth – VPRO documentary – 2017

British economist Kate Raworth considers herself a ‘deserter’ in her field. In the field of economics… …the prevailing idea is that the economy has to grow permanently. Raworth believes that’s a misconception. She has developed a new economic model: the donut. A compass for the 21st century economy. Raworth, who some call the new Keynes… […]

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