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Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell

The Universe in a Nutshell: The Physics of Everything Michio Kaku, Henry Semat Professor of Theoretical Physics at CUNY What if we could find one single equa...

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What if dark energy, and matter were just unconsciousness?

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Lindsay Pacheco's curator insight, April 10, 2013 9:52 PM

While this video is on the lengthy side, I only had to watch the first five minutes to decide to scoop it. I have a tremendous amount of respect for Michio Kaku (even though I have a deepseated, irrational hate of physics), and I would probably listen to anything he had to say even if it had to do with the physics of a fart. But he kept me very interested for most of the video and I was shocked by some of the comparisons he made to the world today. My favorite was definitely how we will have the "power of the gods" in the next 100 years, which seems so far away and impossible with the science currently available (and known) to us. It's hard to imagine our great-grandkids having this tremendous power that is so foreign to us, but it is the same for every 100 years. The science that is impossible today will be completely normal to us tomorrow, and that's an adjustment I find difficult to comprehend when stuck so absolutely in the present.

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Que los Reyes Magos de Oriente nos sean favorables y despierten nuestra mente y nuestro corazón

Que los Reyes Magos de Oriente nos sean favorables y despierten nuestra mente y nuestro corazón | El mundo de Khilyaris | Scoop.it

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"Magical" water physics demonstration ...

"Magical" water physics demonstration ... | El mundo de Khilyaris | Scoop.it

This video (below) from science and illusion explainer brusspup looks all but magical. He shows a moving stream of water, frozen in mid-air in a waveform that seems to be suspended no matter how he moves around it. But it’s a straightforward scientific explanation that also demonstrates a classic illusion seen in many movies: the stroboscopic or wagon-wheel effect.


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Pianiño Virola's curator insight, January 11, 2014 12:20 PM

Sucesos realmente mágicos...y sin necesidad de conjuros