Tag: ted talks

How Small is An Atom Exactly?

| June 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Have you ever wondered how small an atom is excatly. Well if your answer is yes, check out this video. Also, if you liked it, check out the Ted-Ed channel.    

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Wireless Electricity, Invisibility Cloaks and Magic

| May 25, 2012 | 1 Comment

I always like to say that physics (or science in general) is like magic. Whereas my non-scientist friends, as you might guess, feel sceptical about such a definition of science to say the least. And being honest, at first sight, science doesn’t look like magic at all. I mean magic is usually associated with something […]

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The Mathematics of History

| May 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Let’s be honest, mathematics has always had a reputation of being a hard and a rather unpopular subject. Starting at high school or even earlier the majority of students tend to avoid mathematics. Maybe that’s the reason why not many people appreciate the power of mathematics. Despite the low popularity of the subject, the usefulness […]

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“Why is Our Universe Tuned for Life?” by Brian Greene

| April 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

One of the most recent TED talks is given by the famous theoretical physicist and a TV personality Brian Greene. Greene is most known for his best-selling books and TV series: “The Elegant Universe” and “The Fabric of the Cosmos“. The topic of the talk is, as the title implies, the fine-tuning of the universe, […]

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17 Year-Old Guy Builds Fusion Reactors for Fun

| April 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

I just found this great TED talk, which I would like to share with you guys. For those of you who do not know what TED talks are, it’s basically a series of talks and conferences dedicated to spreading innovative ideas about technology, science, recent innovations and much more. This short talk is by a […]

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