Tag: physicist

Richard Feynman-The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out 50-minute interview. Nobel Prize winning physicist Feynman is a delightful source of stories and insights. He understands science in its most fundamental and thrilling aspects. He discusses the dark side of his career, too, contributing to the development of the atomic bomb that eventually destroyed Hiroshima. On a […]

The Afterlife Dysfunction Any perception of time, or continuity, is actually an illusion. There is no indication that our (human) perception and memories define the arrow of time. And an afterlife is inevitable. I could pretend to understand this video but I might as well admit I have no idea what it’s about. In less […]

Dr. Quantum-Double Slit Experiment This delightful animation explains the double slit anomaly in quantum physics. This isn’t as complicated as it sounds, but the conclusion will baffle the mind. The weirdest aspect of this is that electrons apparently act differently depending on whether they are being watched (observed, measured) or not. What?? Yep. That’s what […]

Strange Computer Code Discovered in Superstring Equations. Theoretical physicist Dr. S. James Gates, Jr. explains computer codes that come up in mathematical expressions of the universe. I’m not anywhere near sure what it means but it could mean that, if we are living in the Matrix, I’m only dreaming about typing these words, and you […]

Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity In Words of Four Letters or Less. More or less. No! Four or less, no “more” to it. Old Al had a grip on what he said. Lend an ear, and an eye (to read), and a mind, and see if you get the idea. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Popular physicist Michio Kaku talks with Amy Goodman (on Democracy Now!) about the Fukushima cover up. This was recorded in 2011, but appeared on Youtube Aug 11, 2013. Comments at the end of the interview about the US and nuclear power. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Michio Kaku tells us that evolution is continually at work refining our species. That’s why we’re attracted to beautiful women and handsome men. We might not realize that it’s about a lot more than just sex. And in case you missed it: Michio Kaku, tells us how to reverse aging. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

The theoretical physicist known for his work on string theory, Michio Kaku, tells us in this video how to reverse aging, but as of yet we don’t know how to live forever. Darn. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious