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How Physicists Created a Holographic Wormhole in a Quantum Computer

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Almost a century ago, Albert Einstein realized that the equations of general relativity could produce wormholes. But it would take a number of theoretical leaps and a “crazy” team of experimentalists to build one on Google's quantum computer. Read the full article at Quanta Magazine: 🤍

How Physicists Proved The Universe Isn't Locally Real - Nobel Prize in Physics 2022 EXPLAINED

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Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger conducted ground breaking experiments using entangled quantum states, where two particles behave like a single unit even when they are separated. Their results have cleared the way for new technology based upon quantum information. 0:00 The 2022 Physics Nobel Prize 0:51 Is the Universe Real? 1:58 Einstein's Problem with Quantum Mechanics 5:09 The Hunt for Quantum Proof 7:37 The First Successful Experiment 11:06 So What? #Einstein #nobelprize #entanglement Interested in what I do? Sign up to my Newsletter. 100% free forever and good for the environment. 🤍 My Links: 🤍 A few people have asked so I've added the info below. Some of these are affiliate links. If you make a purchase it doesn't cost you anything extra, but a percentage of the sale will help support this channel and my work to bringing entrepreneurship into science. My gear: My camera : 🤍 My lens: 🤍 My lav: 🤍 and 🤍 My mic: 🤍

Why Did Quantum Entanglement Win the Nobel Prize in Physics?

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Help Us with the PBS DS Survey Here: 🤍 PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to:🤍 Sign Up on Patreon to get access to the Space Time Discord! 🤍 The Nobel prize in physics is typically awarded to scientists who make sense of nature; those whose discoveries render the universe more comprehensible. But the 2022 Nobel has been awarded to three physicists who revealed that the universe is even stranger than we thought thanks to Quantum Entanglement Check out the Space Time Merch Store 🤍 Previous Episodes Mentioned: Quantum Entanglement and The Great Bohr Einstein Debate: 🤍 Pilot Wave Theory and Quantum Realism: 🤍 What If we Live In a Superdeterministic Universe: 🤍 Sign up for the mailing list to get episode notifications and hear special announcements! 🤍 Search the Entire Space Time Library Here: 🤍 Hosted by Matt O'Dowd Written by Fernando Franco Félix & Matt O'Dowd Post Production by Leonardo Scholzer, Yago Ballarini, Pedro Osinski, Caique Oliveira, Adriano Leal & Stephanie Faria Directed by Andrew Kornhaber Associate Producer: Bahar Gholipour Executive Producers: Eric Brown & Andrew Kornhaber Executive in Charge for PBS: Maribel Lopez Director of Programming for PBS: Gabrielle Ewing Assistant Director of Programming for PBS: John Campbell Spacetime is produced by Kornhaber Brown for PBS Digital Studios. This program is produced by Kornhaber Brown, which is solely responsible for its content. © 2022 PBS. All rights reserved. End Credits Music by J.R.S. Schattenberg: 🤍 Special Thanks to Our Patreon Supporters Big Bang Supporters Devin Wiley Ankur Anand Ryan Salsamendi Steffen Bendel Gautam Shine NullBlox.ZachryWilsn Adam Hillier Bryce Fort Peter Barrett David Neumann Leo Koguan Alexander Tamas Morgan Hough Amy Hickman Juan Benet Vinnie Falco Fabrice Eap Mark Rosenthal David Nicklas Quasar Supporters Vivaan Vaka Glenn hEADcRASH Sugden Sujasha Gupta Vaka Vikram Vaka Alex Kern Ethan Cohen Stephen Wilcox Christina Oegren Mike Conroy Mark Heising Hank S Hypernova Supporters Ryan Moser David Giltinan Ivari Tölp Vyce Ailour Brandon Paddock Oneamazinguy Ken S Gregory Forfa Kirk Honour Mark Evans drollere Joe Moreira Marc Armstrong Scott Gorlick Paul Stehr-Green Russell Pope Ben Delo Scott Gray Антон Кочков John R. Slavik Mathew Donal Botkin John Pollock Edmund Fokschaner Joseph Salomone chuck zegar Jordan Young John Hofmann Daniel Muzquiz Gamma Ray Burst Supporters Walter Montalvo Andrea Galvagni Larka Jerry Thomas Nikhil Sharma Alexander Gruber Jonathan Cordovano John Anderson Scott Hannum Paul Widden Bradley Ulis Craig Falls Kane Holbrook John Yaraee Ross Story teng guo Mason Dillon Harsh Khandhadia Thomas Tarler bsgbryan Sean McCaul Susan Albee Frank Walker Matt Q MHL SHS Terje Vold James Trimmier Anatoliy Nagornyy comboy Andre Stechert Paul Wood Kent Durham jim bartosh Nubble Ramon Nogueira The Mad Mechanic Ellis Hall John H. Austin, Jr. Diana S Faraz Khan Almog Cohen Alex Edwards Ádám Kettinger MD3 Endre Pech Daniel Jennings Cameron Sampson Geoffrey Clarion Russ Creech Jeremy Reed Eric Webster David Johnston Web Browser Michael Barton Mr T Andrew Mann Isaac Suttell Devon Rosenthal Oliver Flanagan Bleys Goodson Robert Walter Bruce B Mirik Gogri Mark Delagasse Mark Daniel Cohen Nickolas Andrew Freeman Shane Calimlim Tybie Fitzhugh Robert Ilardi Eric Kiebler Craig Stonaha Graydon Goss Frederic Simon Tonyface John Robinson Jim Hudson A G David Neal justahat John Funai Tristan Bradley Jenkins Daniel Stříbrný Luaan Cody Thomas Dougherty King Zeckendorff Dan Warren Patrick Sutton John Griffith Daniel Lyons DFaulk Kevin Warne

Dr. Michio Kaku Answers Physics Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

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Dr. Michio Kaku, a professor of theoretical physics, answers the internet's burning questions about physics. Can Michio explain "string theory" to the layperson? What is a quark? What is the "God Equation"? How do black holes distort time? Is the best physicist ever Albert Einstein or Richard Feynman? Or someone else? Michio answers all these questions and much more! Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Listen to the Get WIRED podcast ►► 🤍 Want more WIRED? Get the magazine ►► 🤍 Get more incredible stories on science and tech with our daily newsletter: 🤍 Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Tradecraft. ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Dr. Michio Kaku Answers Physics Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

All physics explained in 15 minutes (worth remembering)

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Signup for your FREE trial to The Great Courses Plus here: 🤍 Five areas of physics worth remembering: Classical mechanics, energy and thermodynamics, electromagnetism, Relativity, and Quantum Mechanics. Classical mechanics - two main concepts worth knowing. The first is Newton’s second law: F= ma: Force equals mass times acceleration. If you apply a force to a fixed mass, it tells you how much acceleration you will get. And knowing acceleration which is the change in velocity, you can make predictions. The second equation is the law of universal gravitation. it allows us to determine the motion of heavenly bodies. It says that the gravitational attraction between two bodies is the product of their masses divided by the distance between them squared, times a constant, called Newton’s gravitational constant. Energy is not a vector like force or momentum, but it is just a number. Work is closely related to energy. It is force times distance traveled. Energy for most objects consists of kinetic energy plus potential energy. KE is the energy of motion, It is KE = ½ M V^2 – the more mass you have and/or the more velocity you have, the more energy you have. Gravitational potential energy is expressed as PE = m g h – mass times the gravitational acceleration times the height. The total energy of an object is both Kinetic energy plus potential energy. Potential energy can take many forms. Gasoline or petrol has chemical potential energy. Important: Energy is always conserved. It is not created or destroyed. It only changes form. Thermodynamics is the study of work, heat, and energy on a system. We showed energy is how much work you could do. But another form of energy is thermal energy. If a car is moving and you apply the brakes, the kinetic energy of the car gets converted to thermal energy, created by friction of the car’s brakes. Temperature is the average kinetic energy of atoms in a system. Thermal energy is the total kinetic energy of atoms in a system. Entropy is a measure of disorder, or more accurately, the information required to describe the micro states of a system. The 2nd law of thermodynamics states that entropy of an isolated system can never decrease. Energy at lower entropy can do more work than energy at high entropy. The one way flow of Entropy seems to be the only reason we have a forward flow of time. Electromagnetism is the study of the interaction between electrically charged particles. The essentials are in Maxwell’s equations. If you have a static object with a charge, it will affect only other charges. If you have a static magnet, it will affect only other magnets. It will not affect charges. But if you have a moving charge, it will affect a magnet. And if you have a moving magnet, it will affect a charge. The constants mu naught and epsilon naught are the permeability and permittivity of free space. These two constants determine the speed of light because they measure the resistance of space to changing electric and magnetic fields. Special Relativity: Einstein presumed that the speed is the same in any frame of reference. This was one of the postulates. The second postulate was principle of relativity - the laws of physics are the same for all observes who are moving at the same velocity relative to each other. Einstein showed that the only way these can be true is if time was not fixed, but was relative. General relativity: Later Einstein showed using the same assumptions, there would be no way to tell if you were in an accelerating reference frame or standing stationary on earth. A flashlight beam will bend in gravity. But since light always takes the shortest path between any two points, this means that space-time itself is bending. Quantum mechanics: Three principles are important. First by Max Planck, says that energy is not continuous, but is quantized. The amount of energy equals the frequency of the radiation times Planck's constant. Using this, Einstein later showed that a photon is both a wave and a particle. The second is the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle: you cannot know both a particle’s exact position and it’s exact momentum at the same time. For a particle with mass, this means if you know exactly where a particle is, you don’t know how fast going. If you know exactly how fast it’s going, you don’t know where it is. #allphysics #arvinash Schrodinger's equation: prior to measurement, quantum systems are in superposed states. This means that their properties can only be expressed as a wave function. A wave function simplified, is a set of probabilities. So in a hydrogen atom, you can’t know where to find the electron in advance. All you can know is the probability of where you might find it, if you measured it. Prior to measurement, all quantum systems are waves of probabilities. This is not a limitation of our measuring devices. It is a limitation of reality. Become a patron: 🤍

Why Is 1/137 One of the Greatest Unsolved Problems In Physics?

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Thank you to Squarespace for supporting PBS. Go to ​🤍 for a free trial, and when you are ready to launch, go to Squarespace.com/PBS to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to:🤍 Sign Up on Patreon to get access to the Space Time Discord! 🤍 The Fine Structure Constant is one the strangest numbers in all of physics. It’s the job of physicists to worry about numbers, but there’s one number that physicists have stressed about more than any other. That number is 0.00729735256 - approximately 1/137. This is the fine structure constant, and it appears everywhere in our equations of quantum physics, and we’re still trying to figure out why. Check out the Space Time Merch Store 🤍 Sign up for the mailing list to get episode notifications and hear special announcements! 🤍 Search the Entire Space Time Library Here: 🤍 Hosted by Matt O'Dowd Written by Fernando Franco Félix & Matt O'Dowd Post Production by Leonardo Scholzer, Yago Ballarini, Pedro Osinski, Caique Oliveira, Adriano Leal & Stephanie Faria GFX Visualizations: Ajay Manuel Directed by Andrew Kornhaber Associate Producer: Bahar Gholipour Executive Producers: Eric Brown & Andrew Kornhaber Executive in Charge for PBS: Maribel Lopez Director of Programming for PBS: Gabrielle Ewing Assistant Director of Programming for PBS: John Campbell Spacetime is produced by Kornhaber Brown for PBS Digital Studios. This program is produced by Kornhaber Brown, which is solely responsible for its content. © 2022 PBS. All rights reserved. End Credits Music by J.R.S. Schattenberg: 🤍 Special Thanks to Our Patreon Supporters Big Bang Supporters Scott Gilgallon Ryan Salsamendi Steffen Bendel Gautam Shine NullBlox.ZachryWilsn Adam Hillier Bryce Fort Peter Barrett David Neumann Charlie Leo Koguan Alexander Tamas Morgan Hough Amy Hickman Juan Benet Vinnie Falco Fabrice Eap Mark Rosenthal David Nicklas Quasar Supporters Vivaan Vaka Glenn Sugden Sujasha Gupta Vaka Vikram Vaka Alex Kern Ethan Cohen Stephen Wilcox Christina Oegren Mike Conroy Mark Heising Hank S Hypernova Supporters Floki Ryan Moser Ivari Tölp Vyce Ailour Brandon Paddock Oneamazinguy Ken S Gregory Forfa Kirk Honour Mark Evans drollere Joe Moreira Marc Armstrong Scott Gorlick Paul Stehr-Green Russell Pope Ben Delo Scott Gray Антон Кочков John R. Slavik Mathew Donal Botkin John Pollock Edmund Fokschaner Joseph Salomone chuck zegar Jordan Young John Hofmann Daniel Muzquiz Gamma Ray Burst Supporters Nikhil Sharma Alexander Gruber Jonathan Cordovano John Anderson Scott Hannum Paul Widden Bradley Ulis Craig Falls Kane Holbrook John Yaraee Ross Story teng guo Mason Dillon Harsh Khandhadia Thomas Tarler bsgbryan Sean McCaul Carsten Quinlan Susan Albee Frank Walker Matt Q MHL SHS Terje Vold James Trimmier Anatoliy Nagornyy comboy Andre Stechert Paul Wood Kent Durham jim bartosh Nubble Ramon Nogueira The Mad Mechanic Ellis Hall John H. Austin, Jr. Diana S Faraz Khan Almog Cohen Alex Edwards Ádám Kettinger MD3 Endre Pech Daniel Jennings Cameron Sampson Geoffrey Clarion Russ Creech Jeremy Reed Eric Webster David Johnston Web Browser Michael Barton Mr T Andrew Mann Isaac Suttell Devon Rosenthal Oliver Flanagan Bleys Goodson Robert Walter Bruce B Mirik Gogri Mark Delagasse Mark Daniel Cohen Nickolas Andrew Freeman Shane Calimlim Tybie Fitzhugh Robert Ilardi Eric Kiebler Craig Stonaha Graydon Goss Frederic Simon Tonyface John Robinson A G David Neal justahat John Funai Tristan Bradley Jenkins Kyle Hofer Daniel Stříbrný Luaan Cody Thomas Dougherty King Zeckendorff Dan Warren Patrick Sutton John Griffith Daniel Lyons DFaulk Kevin Warne

NASA Just Revealed NEW Solid State Battery That Defies Physics!

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NASA is often associated with wasting billions of dollars on things that don’t have much value, but now that may change because NASA’s researchers are on their way to breaking the boundaries in solid-state battery technology for air mobility and electric flight applications. What is so special about this new solid-state battery? How is it going to revolutionize aviation, and how is the battery expected to perform? Join us today as we tell you everything about NASA’s new advanced solid-state battery and how it is going to contribute to the development of more sustainable electric aircraft. The lithium battery sector is constantly evolving, with real research every day into developing increasingly high-performance, innovative technologies which can guarantee greater range, power, and ever shorter charging times. Solid-state batteries are expected to be the next advance in batteries because they require less built-in safety technology than liquid electrolytes, which are flammable. As a result, solid-state batteries are more compact, have longer battery life, and recharge more quickly. Although the technology has been around for years, solid-state batteries have been incredibly expensive to produce, even though the components are easier to put together. However, research and development in the 2010s continued to lower prices, and solid-state batteries are now expected to power electric cars and even electric planes

Don Page - Physics of What Happens

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What is an event in physics? What are its attributes? This question didn’t seem very interesting until quantum physics changed the world. Is an observer or an observation necessary? How does the bizarre quantum world of probabilities turn into our everyday normal world of determined events? Free access to Closer to Truth's library of 5,000 videos: 🤍 Watch more interviews on physics: 🤍 Don N. Page is a Canadian theoretical physicist at the University of Alberta, Canada. Register for free at CTT.com for subscriber-only exclusives: 🤍 Closer to Truth, hosted by Robert Lawrence Kuhn and directed by Peter Getzels, presents the world’s greatest thinkers exploring humanity’s deepest questions. Discover fundamental issues of existence. Engage new and diverse ways of thinking. Appreciate intense debates. Share your own opinions. Seek your own answers.

Mind-Blowing Facts About Our Reality [4K] | The Secrets of Quantum Physics | Spark

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Professor Jim Al-Khalili traces the story of arguably the most important, accurate and yet perplexing scientific theory ever: quantum physics. The story of quantum physics starts at the beginning of the 20th century with scientists trying to better understand how light bulbs work. This simple question soon led scientists deep into the hidden workings of matter, into the sub-atomic building blocks of the world around us. Here they discovered phenomena unlike any encountered before - a realm where things can be in many places at once, where chance and probability call the shots and where reality appears to only truly exist when we observe it. - Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech & engineering videos: 🤍 🚀 Join the Spark Channel Membership to get access to perks: 🤍 Find us on: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Any queries, please contact us at: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com #Spark #physics

Quantum Physics will Blow Your Mind - How does it Work Documentary

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Over the past century, scientists have made huge strides in understanding the mind-bending rules that govern the microworld of atoms and subatomic particles. But these rules, called quantum mechanics, contain one particularly bizarre, unexplained phenomenon: quantum entanglement. Imagine two subatomic particles that mirror changes in each other instantaneously over any distance – apparently without communicating. Einstein called it “spooky action at a distance” and although no one can explain how it works, scientists have already begun to harness its power. So-called quantum computing could give rise to computers that can shatter existing data encryption in minutes – and use the laws of physics to create a totally secure, unhackable network. But even as researchers are poised to transform the digital world with entanglement, a few doubts about it remain, and to rule them out will take a ground-breaking experiment. NOVA takes you to a frigid mountaintop in the Canary Islands where physicists will use massive telescopes to catch light from quasars at opposite ends of the universe to control detectors in a record-breaking experiment that might settle the remaining questions once and for all. #documentary #theuniverse #quantum physics

The Mind Bending Story Of Quantum Physics (Part 1/2) | Spark

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Professor Jim Al-Khalili traces the story of arguably the most important, accurate and yet perplexing scientific theory ever: quantum physics. The story of quantum physics starts at the beginning of the 20th century with scientists trying to better understand how light bulbs work. This simple question soon led scientists deep into the hidden workings of matter, into the sub-atomic building blocks of the world around us. Here they discovered phenomena unlike any encountered before - a realm where things can be in many places at once, where chance and probability call the shots and where reality appears to only truly exist when we observe it. Albert Einstein hated the idea that nature, at its most fundamental level, is governed by chance. Jim reveals how in the 1930's, Einstein thought he'd found a fatal flaw in quantum physics. This was not taken seriously until it was tested in the 1960s. Professor Al-Khalili repeats this critical experiment, posing the question does reality really exist, or do we conjure it into existence by the act of observation? Elsewhere, we explore how the most famous law of quantum physics – The Uncertainty Principle – is obeyed by plants and trees as they capture sunlight during the vital process of photosynthesis. Could quantum mechanics explain the greatest mystery in biology - evolution? Content Provided By TVF International. Any Queries Please Contact Us at hello🤍littledotstudios.com Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech and engineering videos - 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 #JimAl-Khalili #quantumphysics #Astrophysics #science #technology #engineering #matter #mysteriesoflife #quantummechanics #universe

How Dangerous is a Penny Dropped From a Skyscraper?

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This video is sponsored by Brilliant. You can get started for free, or the first 200 people to sign up via 🤍 get 20% off a yearly subscription. Check out Adam Savage's video: 🤍 A massive thanks to Adam Savage and the whole Tested Crew – especially Kristen Lomasney, Ryan Kiser, and Joey Fameli. Thank you so much for coming out to the desert with us, and for inviting us to your cave! Check out the video we made with them on their channel – 🤍 Another huge thanks to iFly Ontario for letting us shoot in your amazing windtunnel. Special thanks to Diana Rios, Treasa Telle, Michelle Brumley for having us and Anthony Jones, Torrell Henderson and Nate Roth for being great instructors. iFly run STEM education trips, where you can experience terminal velocity first hand – 🤍 Thanks to Inland Empire Film Services and the San Bernardino County Film Office for portions of the video shot in the County of San Bernardino. The raindrop video is from Alistair McClymont’s gorgeous artwork “Raindrop” – ​​🤍 Video of the raindrop breaking apart is from the coolest paper i’ve read in a while – Villermaux, E., & Bossa, B. (2009). Single-drop fragmentation determines size distribution of raindrops. Nature physics, 5(9), 697-702. – 🤍 ▀▀▀ References: Altair. (2019). Digital Debunking: Could a Penny Dropped Off the Top of the Empire State Building Actually Kill You? - 🤍 Braeunig, R.A. Atmosphere Properties. - 🤍 The Guardian. (2014). Brutal winter weather brings new challenge: ice falling from skyscrapers - 🤍 NASA. (2018). The Apollo 15 Hammer-Feather Drop - 🤍 Red Bull Stratos - 🤍 Quealy, K., Sanger-KatzIn, M. (2015). In Other Countries, You’re as Likely to Be Killed by a Falling Object as by a Gun. New York Times. - 🤍 National Safety Council. (2022). Struck by Objects. - 🤍 Williams, A. (2019). What are your chances of being killed by hail in the US? - 🤍 NewScientist. (2021). Can bullets fired upwards cause injuries when they return to earth? - 🤍 Chambers, J. (2020). Meet the Flechette – the Deadliest Weapon of World War I? - 🤍 Wikipedia. Lazy Dog (bomb). - 🤍 Gläser, N., Kneubuehl, B. P., Zuber, S., Axmann, S., Ketterer, T., Thali, M. J., & Bolliger, S. A. (2011). Biomechanical examination of blunt trauma due to baseball bat blows to the head. Journal of Forensic Biomechanics, 2 - 🤍 Yoganandan, N., Pintar, F. A., SANCES JR, A. N. T. H. O. N. Y., Walsh, P. R., Ewing, C. L., Thomas, D. J., & Snyder, R. G. (1995). Biomechanics of skull fracture. Journal of neurotrauma, 12(4), 659-668. New York Times. (2014). Falling Tape Measure Kills Man at Jersey City Construction Site - The New York Times - 🤍 IMDb. (2006). "MythBusters" Bullets Fired Up (TV Episode). - 🤍 ▀▀▀ Special thanks to: Elliot MIller, Louis Lebbos, RayJ Johnson, Brian Busbee, Jerome Barakos M.D., Amadeo Bee, TTST, Balkrishna Heroor, Chris LaClair, John H. Austin, Jr., OnlineBookClub.org, Matthew Gonzalez, Eric Sexton, john kiehl, Nathan Lanza, Diffbot, Gnare, Dave Kircher, Burt Humburg, Blake Byers, Dumky, Evgeny Skvortsov, Meekay, Bill Linder, Paul Peijzel, Josh Hibschman, Mac Malkawi, Michael Schneider, jim buckmaster, Juan Benet, Robert Blum, Sunil Nagaraj, Richard Sundvall, Lee Redden, Stephen Wilcox, Marinus Kuivenhoven, Michael Krugman, Cy 'kkm' K'Nelson, Sam Lutfi, Ron Neal ▀▀▀ Written by Petr Lebedev, Derek Muller, and Emily Zhang Filmed by Derek Muller, Trenton Oliver, Petr Lebedev, Emily Zhang, Raquel Nuno and Eddie Lopez Animation by Ivy Tello, Mike Radjabov, Fabio Albertelli, and Jakub Misiek Edited by Trenton Oliver and Derek Muller FPV Drone Pilots: Sammie Saing and Josh Ewalt Slow Motion Camera: Shawn Sanders and Anthony Corrales Phantom slow motion camera & lenses provided by Panny Hire L.A Helicopter Pilots: Rick Shuster and Cliff Fleming Helicopter Safety Officer: Ryan Hosking Production Assistants: Roman Bacvic and Eddie Lopez Research Assistant: Katie Barnshaw Additional video/photos supplied by Pond5 and Getty Images Music from Epidemic Sound Produced by Derek Muller, Petr Lebedev, and Emily Zhang

Physicist Explains Dimensions in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll, PhD, is challenged to explain the concept of dimensions to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► 🤍 Get more incredible stories on science and tech with our daily newsletter: 🤍 Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Tradecraft. ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Physicist Explains Dimensions in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

Sound and Optics | Complete Physics in 5 Classes | Crack UPSC CSE IAS 2023 - 2024 | Madhukar Kotawe

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In this session, Educator Madhukar Kotawe will be discussing the concept of physics, covering topics like special and general relativity, quantum mechanics, and the mathematical foundations of physics for UPSC CSE. ➤ About the Educator: Very rich experience of over 13 years as a faculty and as an author. guided more than 3.5 lac CSE aspirants. ➤ Follow Madhukar Kotawe on Unacademy: 🤍 ➤ *Use Code ''MKLIVE'', Unlock FREE Special Classes on our platform, & also Get 10% off on your Subscription today. Call Madhukar Kotawe's team on 8585858585 and take your UPSC CSE Preparations to the next level. Get Subscription 👉 CSAT - 🤍 👉 Unacademy Plus, Iconic & Lite - 🤍 👉 Plus Combo: 🤍 👉Iconic Combo: 🤍 👉Do Subscribe and be a part of the community for more such lessons here: 🤍 👉Playlist Link - 🤍 Download the Unacademy Learning App here: ➤ Android: 🤍 ➤ iOS: 🤍 You can enroll to Unacademy Subscription and get the following benefits: 1. Learn from your favourite teacher 2. Dedicated DOUBT sessions 3. One Subscription, Unlimited Access to Live Online Classes and Videos 4. Real-time interaction with best-in-class teachers 5. You can ask doubts in live online classes 6. Limited students in each Class 7. Download the videos & watch them offline #modernphysics #madhukarkotawe #upsccse

Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains The Weirdness of Quantum Physics

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Quantum mechanics is the area of physics that deals with the behaviour of atoms and particles on microscopic scales. Since its inception, the many counter-intuitive aspects and results of quantum mechanics have provoked strong philosophical debates and many interpretations. Neil deGrasse Tyson explains quantum physics in a way that is understandable even for the lay person. In Quantum Mechanics there is no such thing as absolute certainty when looking for something. This phenomenon is known as Uncertainty Principle and was Introduced first in 1927 by the German physicist Werner Heisenberg. Heisenberg realized that one implication of quantum physics is that the act of measurement always disturbs the object measured. Neil deGrasse Tyson explains that the whole computer world is based on the principle of Quantum Physics. We are able to manipulate the electrical properties of silicon only because we can study the wave nature of electrons. Our daily routines are often governed by technology that is directly related to Quantum Physics, thus our lives rest upon these fundamental scientific discoveries. Another hard concept to grasp is Quantum entanglement. Einstein referred to it as "spooky action at a distance. It occurs when a pair or group of particles is generated, interact, or share spatial proximity in a way such that the quantum state of each particle of the pair or group cannot be described independently of the state of the others. But Neil deGrasse Tyson and Lawrence Krauss explain this concept with everyday life examples which makes it a little bit easier to understand. As Neil deGrasse Tyson points out, the first quantum phenomena were observed more than a century ago. However scientists are still learning about this realm of our universe. #neiltyson #quantumphysics #science SUBSCRIBE to our channel "Science Time": 🤍 SUPPORT us on Patreon: 🤍 BUY Science Time Merch: 🤍 Sources: House Science & National Labs Caucus: Neil deGrasse Tyson 🤍 Accessed 01.03.2021 Lawrence Krauss - Connoway Hall - 🤍 Accessed 12.03.2021 In the Blink of Bird’s Eye, a Model for Quantum Navigation 🤍 retrieved 10.03.2021 Satellite-to-ground quantum-limited communication using a 50-kg-class microsatellite 🤍 Accessed 11.03.2021 NASA's Cold Atom Lab Takes One Giant Leap for Quantum Science 🤍 Accessed 09.03.2021 NASA’s Cold Atom Lab: The Coolest Experiment in the Universe 🤍 Accessed 02.03.2021 Why do quantum effects only happen on the atomic scale? 🤍 retrieved 01.03.2021 Neil deGrasse Tyson JRE #919 🤍 retrieved 26.02.2017

The Map of Physics

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Everything we know about physics - and a few things we don't - in a simple map. #physics #DomainOfScience If you are interested in buying a print you can buy it as a poster here: North America: 🤍 Everywhere else: 🤍 French version: 🤍 Spanish Version: 🤍 Or on a load of other objects: 🤍 Also you can download a digital version here: 🤍 I made the music, which you can find on my Soundcloud if you'd like to get lost in some cosmic jam. 🤍 Errata and clarifications. I endeavour to be as accurate as possible in my videos, but I am human and definitely don’t know everything, so there are sometimes mistakes. Also, due to the nature of my videos, there are bound to be oversimplifications. Some of these are intentional because I don’t have time to go into full detail, but sometimes they are unintentional and here is where I clear them up. 1. “Isaac Newton invented calculus.” Actually there is controversy over who invented calculus first Isaac Newton or Gottfried Leibniz. Regardless of who it was I have used Leibniz’s mathematical notation here and so he definitely deserves credit. I did’t know about all this so thanks to those who pointed it out. 🤍 2. “Maxwell derived the laws of electromagnetism.” This is a simplification as Maxwell’s work was built on the backs of other scientists like Hans Christian Ørsted, André-Marie Ampère and Michael Faraday who discovered induction and saw that electricity and magnetism were part of the same thing. But it was Maxwell who worked out all the maths and brought electricity and magnetism together into a unified theory. 🤍 3. “Entropy is a measure of order and disorder”. This is also a simplification and this does a good job of explaining it better 🤍 4. Einstein and Quantum physics: I made it sound like quantum physics was built by people other than Einstein, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Einstein got a Nobel prize for his work on the photoelectric effect which was a key result to show the particle-like nature of light. Funnily enough he never got a nobel prize for his work on Relativity! Also, if you enjoyed this video, you will probably like my science books, available in all good books shops around the work and is printed in 16 languages. Links are below or just search for Professor Astro Cat. They are fun children's books aimed at the age range 7-12. But they are also a hit with adults who want good explanations of science. The books have won awards and the app won a Webby. Frontiers of Space: 🤍 Atomic Adventure: 🤍 Intergalactic Activity Book: 🤍 Solar System App: 🤍 Find me on twitter, instagram, and my website: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Feynman-"what differs physics from mathematics"

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A simple explanation of physics vs mathematics by RICHARD FEYNMAN

Physics - Basic Introduction

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This video tutorial provides a basic introduction into physics. It covers basic concepts commonly taught in physics. Direct Link to The Full Video on Patreon: 🤍 Access The Full 1 Hour 42 Minute Video on Patreon: 🤍 Physics Final Exam - 6 Hour Review - 100 Practice Problems: 🤍 Full 1 Hour 42 Minute Video on Youtube: 🤍 Youtube Membership: 🤍 Access My Video Playlists: 🤍

The Universe is NOT locally real, and the physics Nobel prize winners PROVED IT!

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This is a HUGE breakthrough for humanity and our conscious evolution as a species. I am so glad this is now being shared far and wide. _ UNIFYD TV has over 500 exclusive titles consisting of documentaries, original series, powerful workshops, guided meditations, and so much more! Get your 7-day free trial AND 25% OFF!! Get it here: 🤍 This offer ends on November 30th at 11:59PM EST! _ Find a UNIFYD Healing location near you here: 🤍 Scientific American Article: 🤍 Caltech Article: 🤍

Discovery That Changed Physics! Gravity is NOT a Force!

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Discovery That Changed Physics! Gravity is NOT a Force! ► Subscribe: 🤍 Gravity is one of the four fundamental forces of nature in the Universe. But of the four forces of nature, it stands alone as different. In fact, gravity isn’t the force you think it is, and perhaps it's not a force at all. If you think you understand gravity, then get ready to change the way you think about gravity…forever. We are on social media: 🤍facebook.com/destinymediaa 🤍instagram.com/destiny.media.yt/ The Destiny voice: 🤍TomsVoiceovers.co.uk Sourses: 🤍

Can Life Really Be Explained By Physics? (featuring Prof. Brian Cox)

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Thank you to Policygenius for supporting PBS. To learn more go to 🤍 Go clubbing in virtual reality with Subcultured 🤍PBS Voices: 🤍 ↓↓↓ More info and sources below ↓↓↓ I recently got to sit down with physicist and science communicator extraordinaire Prof. Brian Cox. Did we talk about black holes, the Big Bang, or alien worlds? Nope! We talked about biology. Specifically, what is “life” and how did it begin? You might not expect it, but looking at life through the lens of physics can teach us a lot about why interesting groups of atoms like you and me exist. Learn more about Professor Brian Cox here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ATP Synthase animations by Drew Berry (wehi.tv) courtesy of HHMI Biointeractive and WEHI - Special thanks to our Brain Trust Patrons: Ali Freiburger Amy Sowada Attila Pix Baerbel Winkler Barbora Bei Burt Humburg Clinger-Hamilton Family dani bowman David Johnston DeliciousKashmiri Dustin Eric Meer Karen Haskell Ken Board Mehdi Damou Robert Young Roy Lasris Salih Arslan We’re on PATREON! Join the community 🤍 Twitter 🤍 🤍 Instagram 🤍 🤍 Merch 🤍 Facebook 🤍

Existential physics: answering life's biggest questions - with Sabine Hossenfelder

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Join theoretical physicist Sabine Hossenfelder as she draws on the latest research in quantum mechanics, black holes, string theory and particle physics to explore what modern physics can tell us about the big questions. Watch the Q&A here: 🤍 Sabine's book "Existential Physics: A Scientists Guide to Life's Biggest Questions", is available to purchase now: 🤍 Subscribe for regular science videos: 🤍 Do we have free will? Is the universe compatible with God? Do we live in a computer simulation? Does the universe think? In this talk, Sabine explores counterintuitive insights, and interviews with other leading scientists, to reshape your understanding of science and the limits of what we can know. This talk was filmed at the Ri on 19 August 2022 0:00 Introduction - what is existential physics? 3:54 Does the past still exist? 9:55 The block universe 11:40 Can information be destroyed? 16:42 The measurement problem 17:27 Black hole evaporation 21:20 How did the universe begin? 29:17 Are we part of a multiverse? 34:53 Can particles think? Sabine Hossenfelder is a physicist and science writer. Sabine is currently a research fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies. Sabine's research focuses on the foundations of physics, but her interests extend to the philosophy and sociology of science. Sabine partly works as science writer. Her writing has been published, among others, in 'Scientific American', 'New Scientist', 'Nautilus', 'Aeon', and the 'New York Times'. Sabine has an active YouTube Channel dedicated to communicating current science news and scientific methods in general. A very special thank you to our Patreon supporters who help make these videos happen, especially: Andy Carpenter, William Hudson, Richard Hawkins, Thomas Gønge, Don McLaughlin, Jonathan Sturm, Microslav Jarábek, Michael Rops, Supalak Foong, efkinel lo, Martin Paull, Ben Wynne-Simmons, Ivo Danihelka, Paulina Barren, Kevin Winoto, Jonathan Killin, Taylor Hornby, Rasiel Suarez, Stephan Giersche, William Billy Robillard, Scott Edwardsen, Jeffrey Schweitzer, Frances Dunne, jonas.app, Tim Karr, Adam Leos, Alan Latteri, Matt Townsend, John C. Vesey, Andrew McGhee, Robert Reinecke, Paul Brown, Lasse T Stendan, David Schick, Joe Godenzi, Dave Ostler, Osian Gwyn Williams, David Lindo, Roger Baker, Greg Nagel, Rebecca Pan. The Ri is on Patreon: 🤍 and Twitter: 🤍 and Facebook: 🤍 and TikTok: 🤍 Listen to the Ri podcast: 🤍 Our editorial policy: 🤍 Subscribe for the latest science videos: 🤍 Product links on this page may be affiliate links which means it won't cost you any extra but we may earn a small commission if you decide to purchase through the link.

Quantum Physics for 7 Year Olds | Dominic Walliman | TEDxEastVan

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In this lighthearted talk Dominic Walliman gives us four guiding principles for easy science communication and unravels the myth that quantum physics is difficult to understand, it’s all in how it’s explained. Dominic Walliman is a physicist, and award-winning science writer. He received his PhD in quantum device physics from the University of Birmingham and currently works at D-Wave Systems Inc., a quantum computing company in Vancouver. Dominic grew up reading science books and remembers vividly the excitement of discovering the mind-boggling explanations that science gives us about the Universe. If he can pass on this wonder and enjoyment to the next generation, he will consider it a job well done. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

Neil Turok: Physics is in Crisis

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#physics #cosmology #stephenhawking Renowned physicist Neil Turok, Holder of the Higgs Chair of Theoretical Physics at the University of Edinburgh, joins me to discuss the state of science and the universe. is Physics in trouble? What hope is there to return to more productive and Simple theories? What is Peter Higgs up to? Neil Turok has been director emeritus of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics since 2019. He specializes in mathematical physics and early-universe physics, including the cosmological constant and a cyclic model for the universe. He has written several books including Endless Universe: Beyond the Big Bang and The Universe Within: From Quantum to Cosmos. 00:00:00 Intro 00:03:28 What is the meaning of Neil's book cover? 00:06:46 The Nature of the Endless Universe 00:14:31 What would happen to James Clerk Maxwell and Michael Faraday on Twitter? 00:16:10 What's wrong with physics today? 00:20:06 How did Neil's life change after his theory was proven wrong? 00:23:28 Neil shows us fundamental laws of the Universe in equations. 00:33:59 How well do our modern equations satisfy the conditions of the observable Universe? 00:56:29 How is the Universe simple? 01:20:01 Can Neil's model explain flatness without inflation? 01:54:54 Existential Questions on the meaning of life, advice to his former self, and things he's changed his mind on. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 📺 Watch my most popular videos:📺 A New Contender is Here! 🤍 Frank Wilczek 🤍 Eric Weinstein vs. Stephen Wolfram 🤍 Sheldon Glashow: 🤍 Neil deGrasse Tyson 🤍 Michio Kaku: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose: 🤍 Jill Tarter 🤍 Noam Chomsky: 🤍 Sabine Hossenfelder: 🤍 Avi Loeb: 🤍 Jim Simons: 🤍 Follow me to ask questions of my guests: 🏄‍♂️ Twitter: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe 🤍 📝 Join my mailing list; just click here 🤍 ✍️ Detailed Blog posts here: 🤍 🎙️ Listen on audio-only platforms: 🤍 A production of 🤍 Support the podcast: 🤍

2021's Biggest Breakthroughs in Physics

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It was a big year. Fermilab discovered possible evidence of new physics with the muon G-2 experiment. Physicists created a time crystal, a new phase of matter that appears to violate one of nature’s most cherished laws. And we got a glimpse of an enormous pair of bubbles towering over the Milky Way. Read the articles in full at Quanta: 🤍 Quanta Magazine is an editorially independent publication supported by the Simons Foundation.

Amazing Physics Toys/Gadgets 1

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Hi Everyone :) Welcome back! I get asked often: "Where did you get all this stuff?" My goal is to share the real magic of science and physics- and to this end I will update here (and in my store) suggestions on where to get some of these toys, kinetic art pieces, and scientific curiosities for yourself. Purchasing items from the links on these pages will help support my IG page of science and wonder. Buy physicsfun toys on : 🤍 (Official websit 🇺🇸) physicsfun toys on amazon : 🤍 Follow on Instagram : 🤍physicsfun This video contains : 👉🏻 Ambiguous Object Illusion: repost of this incredible design by Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University in Japan, the inventor of this illusion and art form. 👉🏻 Perpetual Motion Simulator: this marble machine device does not break any laws of thermodynamics- but it sure looks like it! When I first saw videos of this piece of kinetic art I thought the effect was due to video editing, but in fact the base contains a power source and very clever mechanism (I used compass for clue/partial reveal). An amazing piece of art by William Le crafted from stainless steel wire, doussie hardwood, and undisclosed internal components. A remarkable addition to my collection!  👉🏻 Monochromatic Room 🤍exploratorium: a photo of colorful San Francisco is illuminated by a very narrow frequency band of light, with a wavelength of 589nm- the characteristic spectrum of sodium vapor lamps at low pressure. 👉🏻 Copycoder: clever use of an array of cylindrical lenses to scramble and unscramble large font messages- a modern "secret code" toy. 👉🏻 Vortex Marble: glass art intersects with the physics of optics in this lampwork art form invented by Kevin O’Grady circa 1994- and this marble bears his signature mark on the back. 👉🏻 Scale Solar System 👉🏻 Scale Solar System Sticker Set: one of the most amazing facts about the planets in our solar system is their relative sizes. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and dwarf planet Pluto included for comparison- all in their current order (sometimes Pluto is closer than Neptune), and mounted here on a sheet of polycarbonate. On this scale, Neptune would be about 5 kilometers away from Mercury!  👉🏻 Moondrop: using magnets and Lenz's Law to imitate free fall times on the Moon and Mars. 👉🏻 Plasma Arc Lighter Physics: dual arcs of plasma exceed 1100 C (2000 F) on this flameless lighter. 👉🏻 Halloween Neon Glow Bulb: the pumpkins, with a high voltage between them, glow orange with light from the emission spectrum of the excited neon atoms of the low pressure gas within the bulb. 👉🏻 Uranium Metal: at Z=92 protons, uranium is the largest naturally occurring atom one can extract from the Earth. 👉🏻 Oil Drop Timer: immiscible liquids (colored oil in kerosine) in two connected containers. The oil in each container falls through a small drop forming hole in between clear walls of acrylic. Background music by : YouTube Audio Library 1) Forever - Anno Domini Beats 2) Cosmic Drift - DivKid 3) Lulu - Underbelly 4) Book The Rental Wit It - rage 5) Vital Whales - Unicorn Heads

Sniper Breaks The Laws of Physics by Using Laser Guided Bullets to Make an Impossible Kill

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A powerful Colombian criminal boss hires a sniper to get rid of all his competition, and since this soon could affect the USA too, the DEA hires a marine snipe to take care of it. Subscribe to our friends channel: 🤍

Motion in a Straight Line: Crash Course Physics #1

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In this, THE FIRST EPISODE of Crash Course Physics, your host Dr. Shini Somara introduces us to the ideas of motion in a straight line. She talks about displacement, acceleration, time, velocity, and the definition of acceleration. Also, how does a physicist discuss speed as opposed to a police officer? And did you deserve that ticket? You can figure it all out with the help of Physics! PBS Digital Studios wants to get to know you better! If you have 10 minutes to spare by filling out a survey you'll be doing us a huge favor AND have a chance to win an awesome PBS Digital Studios shirt! 🤍 Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: 🤍 Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Support CrashCourse on Patreon: 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍 Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍

Frank Wilczek: Physics of Quarks, Dark Matter, Complexity, Life & Aliens | Lex Fridman Podcast #187

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Frank Wilczek is a Nobel Prize winning physicist at MIT. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: - The Information: 🤍 to get 75% off first month - NetSuite: 🤍 to get free product tour - ExpressVPN: 🤍 and use code LexPod to get 3 months free - Blinkist: 🤍 and use code LEX to get 25% off premium - Eight Sleep: 🤍 and use code LEX to get special savings EPISODE LINKS: Frank's Twitter: 🤍 Frank's Website: 🤍 Fundamentals: Ten Keys to Reality (book): 🤍 PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: 🤍 Apple Podcasts: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 RSS: 🤍 Full episodes playlist: 🤍 Clips playlist: 🤍 OUTLINE: 0:00 - Introduction 1:07 - Are there limits to what physics can understand? 9:39 - Beautiful ideas in physics 18:08 - Space and time are really big 21:56 - There are billions of thoughts in a human life 29:17 - Big bang 37:39 - How life emerged in the universe 43:42 - Aliens 53:34 - Consciousness 1:01:01 - Limits of physics 1:06:38 - Complimentary principle 1:15:42 - Free will 1:21:56 - Particles 1:27:19 - Nobel Prize in Physics 1:40:33 - Axions and dark matter 1:55:58 - Time crystals 2:00:51 - Theory of everything 2:10:18 - Advice for young people 2:16:01 - Meaning of life SOCIAL: - Twitter: 🤍 - LinkedIn: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍 - Medium: 🤍 - Reddit: 🤍 - Support on Patreon: 🤍

Big Launching | Exclusive Physics Sample Paper | CBSE BOARD EXAM 2023 | SSP Sir

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Asking a Theoretical Physicist About the Physics of Consciousness | Roger Penrose | #244

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Dr. Peterson recently traveled to the UK for a series of lectures at Oxford and Cambridge. This conversation was recorded during that period with Sir Roger Penrose, a British mathematical physicist who was awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics for “discovering that black hole formation is a robust predictor of Einstein’s general relativity.” Moderated by Dr. Stephen Blackwood. _ Chapters _ [0:00] Intro [1:00] Is Consciousness Computational? [3:20] Turing Machines [6:30] Determinism & the Arrow of Time [12:15] Consciousness & Reductionism [17:30] Emergent Randomness & Evolution [23:00] The Tiling Problem, Computation, & AI [29:30] Escher, Brains, Bach [39:00] Pattern Recognition & Intuition [45:30] Mathematical Representations & the Physical World [54:00] Collapsing Schrodinger’s Equation [1:00:00] Consciousness-Independent Reality [1:07:00] Black Holes & Time Horizons [1:15:00] Einstein’s Biggest Mistake [1:27:00] Meaning & Consciousness [1:39:00] Hawking Spots: Potential // SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Newsletter: 🤍 Donations: 🤍 // COURSES // Discovering Personality: 🤍 Self Authoring Suite: 🤍 Understand Myself (personality test): 🤍 // BOOKS // Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life: 🤍 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: 🤍 Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief: 🤍 // LINKS // Website: 🤍 Events: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 // SOCIAL // Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #JordanPeterson #JordanBPeterson #DrJordanPeterson #DrJordanBPeterson #DailyWirePlus #podcast #consciousness #rogerpenrose #physics #mathematics

What If Physics IS NOT Describing Reality?

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PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to:🤍 Get your t-shirt at the Space Time Merch Store: 🤍 Neils Bohr said, “It is wrong to think that the task of physics is to find out how Nature is. Physics concerns what we can say about Nature.” Well it turns out that if we pay attention to this subtle difference, some of the most mysterious aspects of nature make a lot more sense. Sign Up on Patreon to get access to the Space Time Discord! 🤍 Sign up for the mailing list to get episode notifications and hear special announcements! 🤍 Search the Entire Space Time Library Here: 🤍 Hosted by Matt O'Dowd Written by Matt O'Dowd Post Production by Leonardo Scholzer, Yago Ballarini, Pedro Osinski, Adriano Leal & Stephanie Faria GFX Visualizations: Ajay Manuel Directed by Andrew Kornhaber Associate Producer: Bahar Gholipour Executive Producers: Eric Brown & Andrew Kornhaber Executives in Charge (PBS): Adam Dylewski, Maribel Lopez Director of Programming (PBS): Gabrielle Ewing Spacetime is produced by Kornhaber Brown for PBS Digital Studios. This program is produced by Kornhaber Brown, which is solely responsible for its content. © 2022 PBS. All rights reserved. End Credits Music by J.R.S. Schattenberg: 🤍 Special Thanks to Our Patreon Supporters Big Bang Supporters Adam Hillier Bryce Fort Peter Barrett David Neumann Charlie Leo Koguan Ahmad Jodeh Alexander Tamas Morgan Hough Amy Juan Benet Vinnie Falco Fabrice Eap Mark Rosenthal David Nicklas Quasar Supporters Marty Sweetman Alex Kern Ethan Cohen Stephen Wilcox Christina Oegren Mark Heising Hank S Hypernova Supporters william bryan Gregory Forfa Kirk Honour Mark Evans drollere Joe Moreira Marc Armstrong Scott Gorlick Paul Stehr-Green Russell Pope Ben Delo Scott Gray Антон Кочков John R. Slavik Mathew Donal Botkin John Pollock Edmund Fokschaner Joseph Salomone chuck zegar Jordan Young Daniel Muzquiz Gamma Ray Burst Harsh Khandhadia Walter Thomas Tarler bsgbryan Sean McCaul Carsten Quinlan Susan Albee Frank Walker Matt Q WhizBangery Avi Yashchin MHL SHS Kory Kirk Terje Vold Anatoliy Nagornyy comboy Brett Baker Jonathan Conerly Andre Stechert Ross Bohner Paul Wood Kent Durham jim bartosh Nubble Scott R Calkins The Mad Mechanic Juan David Gil Wiedman Ellis Hall John H. Austin, Jr. Diana S Ben Campbell Faraz Khan Almog Cohen Alex Edwards Ádám Kettinger MD3 Endre Pech Daniel Jennings Cameron Sampson Geoffrey Clarion Darren Duncan Russ Creech Jeremy Reed Eric Webster David Johnston Web Browser Michael Barton Christopher Barron James Ramsey Mr T Andrew Mann Isaac Suttell Devon Rosenthal Oliver Flanagan Bleys Goodson Robert Walter Bruce B Simon Oliphant Mirik Gogri Mark Delagasse Mark Daniel Cohen Nickolas Andrew Freeman Shane Calimlim Tybie Fitzhugh Robert Ilardi Eric Kiebler Craig Stonaha Martin Skans The Art of Sin Graydon Goss Frederic Simon Tonyface John Robinson A G David Neal Kevin Lee justahat John Funai Tristan Bradley Jenkins Kyle Hofer Daniel Stříbrný Luaan Cody Thomas Dougherty King Zeckendorff Scott Gossett Dan Warren Patrick Sutton John Griffith Daniel Lyons DFaulk Kevin Warne

What is Force? (Physics)

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Click Here for Full Physics Course: 🤍 What is Force? What are the Types of Forces? What are the Effects of Force? Let's learn all about Force with simple and practical examples! We will look at force at contact and force at a distance. Balanced and unbalanced forces are discussed. We will look at the formula F = ma and how force is measured. Click here for the Quiz and Top 3 Questions: 🤍 Our Website: 🤍 Facebook page: 🤍 Click Here for Full Physics Course: 🤍 At Manocha Academy, learning Science and Math is Easy! The school coursework is explained with simple examples that you experience every day! Yes, Science & Math is all around you! Let's learn every day from everyday life!

Quantum Fields: The Most Beautiful Theory in Physics!

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Visit 🤍 to sign up for free. And also, the first 200 people will get 20% off their annual premium membership. BACKGROUND VIDEOS: Basics of QFT: 🤍 Quantum Gravity: 🤍 Basics of Quantum Mechanics: 🤍 QM model of the Atom: 🤍 Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD): 🤍 CHAPTERS: 0:00 - Historical perspective of modern physics 1:50 - The advent of Quantum Mechanics 5:00 - The problems with quantum mechanics 6:52 - What is Quantum Field Theory? 9:25 - How QFT explains force mediation and decay 10:53 - How QFT is also incomplete 11:44 - The most beautiful theory in the universe! 12:41 - Further study with Brilliant SUMMARY: Quantum field theory or QFT is the basis of the best theory we have in physics today to explain nearly everything, called the Standard Model of particle physics. What is Quantum Field theory? Why is it necessary? How is it different than quantum mechanics? Classical mechanics indicates that an orbiting electron creates electromagnetic radiation which means that it would constantly lose energy, and fall to the nucleus. This does not happen. Quantum Mechanics solved this problem by showing that electrons travel in quantized orbits at their lowest energy state, and that they do not orbit but exist as a clould around the nucleus. In quantum mechanics, objects are wavefunctions described by the Schrodinger equation. The location of a particle is unknown until the moment of measurement. We cannot know where it is beforehand, only the probability of finding it at any specific location. This is a great model but it also has some problems. First of all, quantum mechanics is not relativistic. It will give you the wrong result if the quantum object is moving close the speed of light. The practical result of this is that as it doesn’t incorporate a speed limit, the speed of light, needed to make causality work. It allows for two measurements to influence each other faster than light. This would mean that there would be some reference frame in which the future could influence the past, breaking causality. A second problem with quantum mechanics is that it only tells you how a particle evolves over time. It does not tell you how it is created or annihilated. So it can’t account for things like beta decay, due to the weak nuclear force, where a neutron transforms into a proton, an electron and an antineutrino. This is where quantum field theory explains things that quantum mechanics cannot explain on its own. So what is quantum field theory? QFT a mathematical framework that combines classical field theory, special relativity, and quantum mechanics There is a field for every particle of the standard model. All of these fields extend out in all of spacetime. The fields are always there and exist everywhere including inside your body. Although they exist everywhere and you can’t see them, they are not nothing. They are teeming with virtual particles. These are particle-antiparticle pairs that get created and destroyed constantly. We can visualize these fields as a kind of ocean. Just like the ocean always has some turbulence, the fields always have a kind of turbulence even in their ground state of minimal energy. This turbulence is due to virtual particle creation and annihilation. In these turbulent seas, if there is enough energy, a larger wave can be created which CAN be measured. These are the real particles. Energy can be transferred between two fields via a mediating boson field. This is considered an interaction or a force. Matter particles can’t interact on their own without a mediating boson. So while in quantum mechanics there is no way for the neutron to split its energy into 3 different particles – a proton, electron and antineutrino, in quantum field theory this can be done via energy exchange between the fields. Although the number of particles may change, the total energy is always conserved. In other words, the energy of the fields is the same before and after the energy exchange. So by having quantum fields we can mathematically account for and model creation and annihilation of particles, as well as the mechanism of force exchange. #quantumfieldtheory #QFT The icing on the cake is that the theory is fully relativistic, and free of causality violations. But even this modification of quantum mechanics is not perfect. For example, QFT is still missing gravity. We do not have a quantum field theory for gravity. So even QFT which is extremely accurate for the forces and particles we know of in the standard model, remains as yet incomplete.

Newton's Laws: Crash Course Physics #5

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I'm sure you've heard of Isaac Newton and maybe of some of his laws. Like, that thing about "equal and opposite reactions" and such. But what do his laws mean? And how do they help us understand the world around us? In this episode of Crash Course Physics, Shini talks to us about just that. * Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: 🤍 Help PBSDS win a Webby Award by voting here: 🤍 Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍 Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark, Eric Kitchen, Jessica Wode, Jeffrey Thompson, Steve Marshall, Moritz Schmidt, Robert Kunz, Tim Curwick, Jason A Saslow, SR Foxley, Elliot Beter, Jacob Ash, Christian, Jan Schmid, Jirat, Christy Huddleston, Daniel Baulig, Chris Peters, Anna-Ester Volozh, Ian Dundore, Caleb Weeks Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Support CrashCourse on Patreon: 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍

When a physics teacher knows his stuff !!

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OMG! #WalterLewin #physics

General Relativity Explained in 7 Levels of Difficulty

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Go to 🤍 to get access to CuriosityStream AND Nebula (where you can watch the extended version of this video), plus you'll get a 26% discount on an annual subscription. This video covers the General theory of Relativity, developed by Albert Einstein, from basic simple levels (it's gravity, curved space) through to the concepts of how curved spacetime is represented by psuedo-Riemannian manifolds with Lorentzian signature (that is, special relativity and minkowski space are the local tangent space), how matter and energy are represented by an energy-momentum tensor, and how these two together obey the Einstein Field Equations. The solutions to the Einstein Field Equations (including the schwarzschild metric, kerr metric, freedman-lemaitre-robertson-walker metric, etc) represent gravity around massive objects like the sun, earth, and black holes, but also the history and expansion and future evolution of the cosmos. The universe on a large scale is described by general relativity - on a small scale, quantum mechanics. And where they meet... there's still work to be done. REFERENCES Wald's textbook - General Relativity Hartle's textbook - Gravity: An Introduction to Einstein's General Relativity Carlo Rovelli History of Quantum Gravity: 🤍 Leon Rosenfeld 1930 paper on quantum gravity: 🤍 Kerr Metric Solution - 🤍 Schwarzschild Metric - 🤍 Eddington-Finkelstein Coordinates - 🤍 Support MinutePhysics on Patreon! 🤍 Link to Patreon Supporters: 🤍 MinutePhysics is on twitter - 🤍minutephysics And facebook - 🤍 And Google+ (does anyone use this any more?) - 🤍 Minute Physics provides an energetic and entertaining view of old and new problems in physics all in a minute! Created by Henry Reich

The Map of Particle Physics | The Standard Model Explained

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In this video I explain all the basics of particle physics and the standard model of particle physics. Check out Brilliant here: 🤍 Buy the poster here: 🤍 Digital version here: 🤍 The standard model of particle physics is our fundamental description of the stuff in the universe. It doesn’t answer why anything exists, but does describe what exists and how it behaves, and that’s what we’ll be discovering in this video. We will cover the fermions, which contain the quarks and the leptons, as well as the bosons or force carriers. As well as which of the fundamental forces each of these fundamental particles interact with, along with the Higgs field. We’ll also look at the conservation rules of particle physics, symmetries in physics and the various quantum numbers that rule which particle interactions are valid and which are not. #particlephysics #standardmodel #DomainOfScience - Posters DFTBA Store: 🤍 RedBubble Store: 🤍 I have also made posters available for educational use which you can find here: 🤍 Some Awesome People - And many thanks to my $10 supporters on Patreon, you are awesome! Bob Milano Alex Polo Eric Epstein Kevin Delaney Mark Pickenheim noggieB Raj Duphare Reggie Fourmyle Sandy Toye Sebastian Terrence Masson Join the gang and help support me produce free and high quality science content: 🤍 - Special Thanks - Special thanks to Sarah Johnson 🤍 and Henry Reich 🤍 for their fact checking help. - My Science Books I also write science books for kids called Professor Astro Cat. You can see them all here: 🤍 - Follow me around the internet - 🤍 🤍 🤍 - Credits - Art, animation, presented by Dominic Walliman References [1] good summary 🤍 [2] CPT symmetry en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CP_violation [3] Arvin Ash video 🤍 [4] Conservation rules video 🤍 [5] More conservation rules 🤍 [6] Particle conservation laws 🤍 [7] Short explanation of spin 🤍 [8] Short video explaining spin 🤍 [9] Pauli exclusion principle 🤍 [10] The failure of supersymmetry 🤍 [11] A nice summary of CP-symmetry 🤍 - Chapters - 00:00 Intro 00:28 What is particle physics? 01:33 The Fundamental Particles 02:13 Spin 3:52 Conservation Laws 5:01 Fermions and Bosons 7:40 Quarks 11:12 Color Charge 14:13 Leptons 16:39 Neutrinos 19:08 Symmetries in Physics 21:56 Conservation Laws With Forces 23:07 Summary So Far 23:36 Bosons 25:48 Gravity 26:52 Mysteries 28:24 The Future 29:08 Sponsor Message 30:12 End Ramble

A Full Day as a Harvard Physics Student

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