What if we have no free will? What if we are just systems that move from one state to another in a predictable fashion? Using a tank of ping pong balls, David demonstrates why we don’t need to worry.
This video is about Bell's Theorem, one of the most fascinating results in 20th century physics.
In this inspiring talk, the mathematician Edward Frenkel speaks about the beauty and elegance of mathematics
There is a mystery that has confounded scientists for a century.
In this exclusive interview with Dr. Alan Wallace we discuss consciousness, mathematics, practicing deep sleep states and meditation as preparation for dying consciously.
Donald Hoffman reminds us that we can predict people's choices up to seven seconds before they are conscious of making that choice.
How can there be intelligence without consciousness?
Ever wonder how we try to predict the unpredictable? Supercomputers use the power of chaos theory.
In less than 30 years, humanity has discovered more than 4,000 exoplanets
New evidence shows that the key assumption made in the discovery of dark energy is in error
So-called “information realism” has some surprising implications
The true extent of da Vinci’s Renaissance mind is captured in the surviving notebooks...
In a curved universe, no matter which direction you travel in, you will end up at the starting point
Quantum field theory has made some incredibly accurate predictions about the universe, but it has also made some of the worst.
Observers are powerful players in the quantum world.
In an incredible first, scientists have captured the world's first actual photo of quantum entanglement
Any theory of quantum gravity is going to have to grapple with some weird time stuff.
Galaxies can move with each other across huge distances, and against the predictions of basic cosmological models.
We've detected puny, stellar-mass black holes. And we've detected giant, supermassive black holes. But what about those in the middle?
The “fittest” quantum properties make the most copies of themselves.
You wouldn’t find baseballs entangled in such a way that hitting one affects another miles away.
Three physicists wanted to calculate how neutrinos change. They ended up discovering an unexpected relationship between some of the most ubiquitous objects in math.
Recent experiments have put relatively large objects into quantum states, illuminating the processes by which the ordinary world emerges out of the quantum one.
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