Glen H
Glen H

Could time be a wave?

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Dibald Gyfm
Dibald Gyfm

Dissemination, explanation of science, is the most important function of NOsection by now. The political and technical systems, democracy, production, education, all need better examples of how to explain and promote scientific ideas.

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Lud Faber
Lud Faber

I think every measurement IS an interaction. And if we imagine any body/ particle or wave as having the power of perception, then all of its interaction is a measurement as well.

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Jon the Revelator
Jon the Revelator

I can explain gravity, and I figured out the equation they want for fusion..the 1st part of e=mc2. Believe it or not e=mc2 is only the 2nd half of the nature of the universe. It's destruction, the big bang so to speak, not what was before the big bang..which applies to cold fusion.

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Jon the Revelator
Jon the Revelator

It was the whole picture 5 or 6 yrs ago, Scientists just can't see it. They are incapable of seeing the bigger picture because they only see numbers. It's like having a glass of fluid, and you don't know that's what it is, but you have all the numbers that describe how...but you don't know why. If you don't understand the fundamental answer that its a cup with fluid in it, you'll never know where all the numbers go. THAT"S physicists problems. You have to understand TRUE FUNDAMENTALS or the picture will never appear to them. Just sayin.

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jebes909090
jebes909090

"the dwarves dug too greedily and too deep......"

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ziggy green
ziggy green

I think the unknown particles the Muon is the muon interacting with particles not in this dimension, as the Muon particle may be a particle that exists in many more dimensions.

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Eric Vosselmans
Eric Vosselmans

I do not understand. As I see it: - It has already been established that the expansion of the universe is not a constant. It is changing over time. (All the talk about Dark Energy) - The Hubble constant is that measure of expansion per Megaparsec. So 'naturally' the Hubble constant has to change over time. right? On the one hand, there is the CMB and Baryon acoustic oscillation measurements , both measuring this constant from almost immediately after the Big bang until now. Let's call this measurement period 1 : from 300.000 years after the big bang until now. On the other hand, there is the measurement using supernova data, based on that ladder , and the gravitational lensing measurement. Both of these measurements use structures in the universe that existed bllions of years after the Big bang. Let's call this measurement period 2 : from billions of years after the big bang until now. during measurement period 1, the measured average expansion rate of the universe is in the high 60's km/s/Mpc using both methods (CMB and BAO measurements). during measurement period 2 the measured average expansion rate is in the low 70's km/s/Mpc using the both other methods (Supernova and Lensing). So between the start of measurement period 1 and the start of measurement period 2 : 300.000 years after the big bang until billions of years later (let's call it measurement period 3), you would expect the average Hubble constant to be somewhere around the low 60's km/s/Mpc Anyway the Hubble constant changes, like you would expect from the Dark Energy story. Ergo, no crisis. Obviously I am a fool and I am completely missing something, probably a lot of things as well. I just can't see it though.

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Jon the Revelator
Jon the Revelator

The most successful predictions in physics are everything I've predicted the passed 2 decades. I successfully predicted this, QGP and BEC and how they work. They ARE NOT new at all. Cold fusion is not hard to achieve and evolution isn't as hard as we make it out to be either.

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Agus Santoso
Agus Santoso

show us the quantum cliff

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Agus Santoso
Agus Santoso

that thick eyebrow

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Denis Sutherland
Denis Sutherland

Complication is the name of the game for satan and his elitists.

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LH
LH

If black holes create new universes, doesn't that contradict The Penrose Singularity Theorem, which says that non-geodesics must converge at the singularity, because in the new universe light must diverge?

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Brian Shivak
Brian Shivak

After about a Googolplex years the universe will die a heat death if Dark Energy keeps expanding the universe. Once everything is gone, you will have to wait roughly another googolplex years and you may witness a destabilization even in which space itself lowers itself to a lower energy state, giving birth to a new universe.

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Agus Santoso
Agus Santoso

6:55 nice colors

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NAVRET
NAVRET

Listening to this makes me very happy that I got my undergraduate degree in chemistry.

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Besina Sartor
Besina Sartor

Could you add a warning about the flashing lights? Photosensitive epileptics can be affected by the strobing. Or, even better, get rid of the flashing - you can do this by just showing the electron changing color - white to blue - rather than all the bright flashes. Thanks.

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Christian El-Shamma
Christian El-Shamma

Observers who are 'ahead of us' in time and whose light cones have already collapsed wavefuntions that we will go on to observe, will not cause a detemined reality for us. After measuring the wavefunction, according to the Copenhagen interpretation, the wavefunction collapses and it's evolution can no longer be described by the Schrodinger Equation with the initial conditions we started with. However once it has been measured, we only measure it in that instant of time and it will, though altered by the measurement, continue to evolve in time as a wavefunction. It can once again be described by the Schrodinger equation (if we have enough information about the system). So the fact the another observer may have already observed the universe before us will not make it suddenly predictable and deteminded! Please let me know if I am missing anything. Plus according to the Heisenberg Uncertainty priniciple, we can only every measure one property such as momentum whilst position will still be uncertain. Therefore not detemined!

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Francisco Guzman
Francisco Guzman

Boltzmann brain is a female brain

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M&D
M&D

Repeated big bangs are nothing less than a glorified perpetual motion machine

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Dazna Guna
Dazna Guna

This is all based on every action happening in a linear direction. What about dependant origination, that it doesn't have to be linear. What if multiple conditions create events/matter etc and that each event does not follow one after another.

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Walter Ulasinksi
Walter Ulasinksi

The discrepancy will probably result from the particle undergoing a three dimension spin as can occur with a space vehicle all due to primary polaric reversal.

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NatureOfStock
NatureOfStock

imposter sus and dababy car is playing in my head with this guy saying something, but i watched till end, btw who im i

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qur naın
qur naın

THAT IS SO IMPORTANT THAT MAKE THE FABRIC OF THE REALITY OF BEING SO REAL THAT IS FORMA NEW FOR OF TRUTH AND NO LONGER A NAME GRAVITY NOW IT IS MUCH HEAVIER WORD

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Grey Wind
Grey Wind

Omfg is this the driest time of ideas they’re literally trying to squeeze water out of stone

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Andreas Bengter
Andreas Bengter

the world is Gods simulation/computer game.

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anonymouse
anonymouse

11:12 blue sus

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G M
G M

Soooo what you’re saying is we’re just the latest generation of people to think we know the age of the Earth. Seriously though, I know the science is sound. But there’s still so much we don’t know. We could be wrong. In 100 years, there might be a similar program to this talking about how we thought the Earth was 4.5 billion years old but “now we know” it’s 65 billion years old.

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1dgram
1dgram

I want to see a visualization of moving through this closed universe. From the point of view of a person on Earth they see an older Earth to their left and to their right and when the ship accelerates the ship gets shorter in the direction of motion. From the ship's point of view what do they see their past arse doing and does the length of the ship when measured from the front to their current arse differ from that of the past arse and in what way?

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Jim Boyles
Jim Boyles

"tugged it hard" huh-huh

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G M
G M

The problem with where we are now is that so much capital has been dumped into wind and solar instead of nuclear. Political pandering and propaganda have lead to countries like Germany eliminating nuclear altogether. Solar and wind is great for what it is. But they are nowhere near suited to replace fossil fuel energy plants. Our battery tech has not advanced nearly enough. The immense sums of capital dumped into “green” energy could have been used to accelerate fusion and alternative safer fission nuclear energy production. I don’t think most people even have a clue about the challenges posed by solar and wind. People seem to think we simply need to build more windmills and Mae more solar panels. That’s just not how it works though. Wind mills do not procure energy when there is no wind. Solar panels do not produce energy at night and little during bad weather. Without radically better battery technology they aren’t even remotely close to being feasible to replace fossil fuels. I think now that we have reasonable wind and energy tech, we should be investing the vast majority of capital meant for energy development into fission and fusion.

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Sebastjans Slavitis
Sebastjans Slavitis

doesn't it mean that electrons also must be off of predicted value, just in the less degree? and if it's not idea must be wrong

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Mohamed Selim
Mohamed Selim

I think moving from the current state to a future and/or the past is not possible, in the way that .... for example: if someone had a good meal, can you be able to digest it back... you see what I mean, I am functioning in a certain way because of some inputs from the current "layer"; future is one, and the past is another, I live within. let's get back a little bit, what's it meant by time, I believe it's progress, a duration of time period within which progress takes place. What might be possible, if there is a parallel world, there might be a possibility to move to the parallel world, and not to bother about time/life The cells "live" means, consume the surroundings to reach the maturity and die/ we can't guess the exact time. let's get back to humans when a cell dies, in a human body, the body produces new cells, depending on many factors; age is one of them is it possible to create a living cell?! NO But, sometimes it is possible to "stimulate" the body to produce new cells. I am not sure, if it is possible at all to take the consumed time back; the one I used to grow and see things differently. What is probably better if there is a parallel world, in some kind, we can try to move there keeping the time out. time = progress = a duration of time within which living organisms consume inputs to grow to reach their maturity.

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Jaxxon Balboa
Jaxxon Balboa

Does applesauce cause gravity?

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DevideNull
DevideNull

Global temperatures continue to rise Scientists: Yes, global warming is real The speed of pole shift continues to accelerate Also scientists: No, the reversal is not happening anytime soon 🤔🤔🤔

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Ra Ward
Ra Ward

Smh... The approach is wrong.

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Nihil
Nihil

So...the universe is stochastic?

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Eric Pham
Eric Pham

energy is the sensation of contrast and so it is just like universal feeling about the difference of state of everyting. we could stop sensation by either minimum ether or maximum ether that mum the sensation that contrast ignore then nothing happen

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Eric Pham
Eric Pham

it was a hoax because you can not goes back unless humanity had to finish its crime completely so repay time began with more payback with interest. but the calculation led to discovery that at certain distance away from center of universe there is a threshold that everything had constant acceleration and stuck there

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The Coding Humans
The Coding Humans

IMPORTANT ! I think I have something so say. I have been independently working on a theory that predicts a particle that can interact with other particle with masses and result in time dialation. Its a very weak interaction and can actually help predict the anomaly quite well. It is consistant with other experiments and was successful in preducting the reason for a strange abundance of dark energy in the universe. Can we discuss further. I think I am getting onto something. The more I wait and work on it, the more I feel confident about this new theory describing whats happening.

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Justice Iria
Justice Iria

I know this question seems out of nowhere but, do you know about the electric universe theory?

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Down Days
Down Days

what

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DaribowsMagistrate
DaribowsMagistrate

Just one question though, is there any difference between saying Virtual Particles vs Unicorns or gremlins or angels ? asking for a friend :P I mean if we are basing our current understanding of the Universe on unicorns and angels then one could hardly pose any scientific arguments about anything. Maybe its time to reconsider this rigid system of thought where everything is a particle and eliminate this "virtual" lunacy concept from scientific arguments. I would rather prefer a science where we bluntly say: we have no idea, instead of arguing that there are virtual particles... I mean guys, seriously? VIRTUAL WHAT? Are we doing science here or religious guesswork ?

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DaribowsMagistrate
DaribowsMagistrate

@Artur Renato B.B What do you mean? I’m confused... are we saying that serious physicist dont actually do any science but instead they just calculate? Or make nature “fit” their calculations? Then I humbly ask where is the Science in all this?

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Artur Renato B.B
Artur Renato B.B

Every serious physicist known virtual particles don't exist and are a convenient mathematical tool, similarly, every serious physicists known "particles", "fields" and other such things are abstractions of experimental data.

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KAĞAN NASUHBEYOĞLU
KAĞAN NASUHBEYOĞLU

👍

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gary lons
gary lons

I remember that episode of Star Trek when Kirk defeated the Muons.

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rjac001
rjac001

Are they taking into account the fact that when you measure something you change its state / charge when messing around with sub atomic particles

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Eric Pham
Eric Pham

that is what the law of conservation of momentum and conservation of energy because how the first atom and where would it goes at the end or what would it be like? therefore all things are equal in the long term and memory and consequential law remember most goid or evil just by looking at lotus flower in the mud

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Graham
Graham

I don't think I would have intuitively figured this out

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Joao Liduario
Joao Liduario

Quantum mechanics is just a guess...

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Prophet of the Singularity
Prophet of the Singularity

I watched this video , and it was good but as soon as I leave it will not exist anymore.

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Trent Santoro
Trent Santoro

Is time travelers actually all went to Stephen Hawking time travelers party. RIP to a great man

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Michael Beary
Michael Beary

Bottom line: we live in the matrix and you're all figments of my imagination.

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S1m0ne
S1m0ne

I'm so glad you're a Mass Effect fan

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S1m0ne
S1m0ne

And just when you finish the math scientists discover that the asteroid is made up almost entirely of naquadah...

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Scott Anderson
Scott Anderson

Are you a midget or do you just have a code I ally enormous head

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Valkyrou
Valkyrou

Can you guys do public outreach on something that actually exists in physics next time? There's tons of equally interesting physics in AMO, Condensed Matter, and Biophysics. More over, it's all ACTUALLY measurable and applicable on top of being interesting. I'm really tired of experimentally impossible topics like string theory defining physics in the public eye. It's an embarrassment to physics

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TerranIV
TerranIV

If we are going to say that "gravity" isn't what is warping space-time (but that it is the pseudo-force accelerating masses towards the center of gravity a la the magnetic force) it seems like we need to have a name for the "space-time warping force" that is the "true" force. I propose the "exigency force" as this conveys both the important and existential nature of the force as well as the urgency relating the the time component. Anyone agree/have a better name?

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Lou Sasse
Lou Sasse

Is there a way we can look for these that may have been sent from alien planets?

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Michael Gfroerer
Michael Gfroerer

Maybe if more people focused on G-2 than Q-anon we would have a new edge on human evolution?

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Matt Moves Mountains
Matt Moves Mountains

We're looking at now now. Everything happening now is happening now.

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crossmenjeff
crossmenjeff

I always wonder why we don't consider adding mass to Mars, I suppose the comet explanation addresses most of it, I just pictured trying to increase the mass from 11% to 20 or 30% be pulling from the asteroid belt. Once we add life to Mars, that option goes away.

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StarLord23
StarLord23

The Scientists “tugged it hard” huh?

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Charles Phillips
Charles Phillips

"A well a don't you know about the bird? Well, everybody knows that the bird is the word!" - from "Surfin' Bird"

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imnotmelvin3
imnotmelvin3

These guy will destroy the planet. They have no idea the evil and unstoppable events they will trigger. This location and Cern effect the magnetics, destabilization it will cauz to the plant and solar system is delicate and changing the balance of just a minor fraction is cataclysmic. They should be jailed and defuse.

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Cleander
Cleander

I hope all this results in our understanding about gravity and where it comes from. We know it’s there, we know its impact on the space time quantum, but we still don’t know why mass exerts gravity!

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Craig Fordyce
Craig Fordyce

A thought experiment: substitute the words "gravitational ether" for "space time". Then ask, who was the better physicist, Isaac Newton, or Rene Descartes?

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ethan cain
ethan cain

Amogus

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Mogul DaMongrel
Mogul DaMongrel

Hey you shaved. Looks different.

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Sean Danconia
Sean Danconia

Doctor Who, Data and Einstein walk into a bar...

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Larry C
Larry C

Scientist: the large hadron collider has produced an exciting new result Steve Jobs: you're holding it wrong

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boreddude123456
boreddude123456

When I'm watching videos like these, I'm happy if I understand and piece together 20% of what they're saying. None the less, excited for new discoveries to be made! It would be awesome if it could explain a mystery or two.

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Marty G
Marty G

The AI doesn't blink enough

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S1m0ne
S1m0ne

"As a bonus, I talk slower than Gabe" Hells yes <3

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Fish Kungfu
Fish Kungfu

The more we learn about reality, the more we discover how much we don't know.

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Sumit Bisht
Sumit Bisht

Where did u get this info from?

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Wesley Eisenberg
Wesley Eisenberg

I understand Witten’s view of M theory but does he know how to play Smoke on the Water on guitar or the drum solo from In A Gadda Da Vida?

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Jody Grantham
Jody Grantham

This is the best thing since the turbo encabulator. nosection.info/title/cZVveGvef3xpc6A/video

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buhao pengyou
buhao pengyou

I saw this dude on Game of Thrones. He's taller though.

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Akrasia the KruzMachine
Akrasia the KruzMachine

“There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.” ― Douglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

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James the Other One
James the Other One

You should ponder that this theory depends upon experimental results that are only right in 1 in a billion iterations...

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