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Butterflies, Complexity and Signals to Bob

Butterflies, Complexity and Signals to Bob

| December 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Here we have another video by the one and only Professor Leonard Susskind. In this talk he discusses a wide variety of topics such as complexity in physics, the paradoxes haunting our understanding of black holes, the journey towards quantum gravity and the work of the renowned theoretical physicist Joe Polchinski. The talk, as always, is […]

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Leonard Susskind: Quantum Complexity Inside Black Holes

Leonard Susskind: Quantum Complexity Inside Black Holes

| December 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

In this talk recorded back in October Leonard Susskind talks about the astonishing connection between the geometry of space time in black holes and quantum mechanics. According to Susskind, we are living in the golden age of quantum mechanics, when a lot of amazing research is being done. Quantum entanglement, for example has recently played […]

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Dark Energy, Dark Magnetism, Dark Flow, Dark…Madness?

Dark Energy, Dark Magnetism, Dark Flow, Dark…Madness?

| June 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

When it comes to the mysteries of physics there aren’t many things more mysterious than the so called dark energy. It is a prime suspect when it comes to the accelerated expansion of the universe. Even though it is an invisible energy, it is all around us. Dark energy is distributed all among the universe […]

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