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This Crazy Physics Trick Makes Gravity Easy!

This Crazy Physics Trick Makes Gravity Easy!

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Thanks to Brilliant for helping support this episode. Hey Crazies. What if we dug a hole all the way through the Earth. How long do you think it take someone to fall all the way through? About 40 Minutes. That’s it. Just 40 minutes and it doesn’t even matter how you dig the hole. This […]

THE ROCK BALANCER’S GUIDE by Travis Ruskus | Official Book Trailer

THE ROCK BALANCER’S GUIDE by Travis Ruskus | Official Book Trailer

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Hey world, my name is Travis Ruskus and this is THE ROCK BALANCER’S GUIDE

The Sun can’t work without Quantum Tunneling

The Sun can’t work without Quantum Tunneling

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Hey Crazies. We all know our Sun is powered by nuclear fusion, right? All that gravity compresses the core, causing it to reach ridiculous temperatures. We’re talking tens of millions of degrees. Except that’s not hot enough for fusion. This episode was made possible by generous supporters on Patreon. The Sun has to be doing […]

Where Does Complexity Come From? (Big Picture Ep. 3/5)

Where Does Complexity Come From? (Big Picture Ep. 3/5)

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The universe as a whole evolves towards increasing entropy, or disorder — a tendency physicists call the Second Law of Thermodynamics. This movement toward disorganization might lead you to think that organized structures – like, say, living beings – would never spontaneously come into existence. Of course entropy can go down in part of the […]

Moon’s Magnetic Field Disappeared A Billion Years Ago And A Study Just Discovered Why!

Moon’s Magnetic Field Disappeared A Billion Years Ago And A Study Just Discovered Why!

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How did the moon get to be like it is, and why is it so different Earth in terms of the fields that it has? Join us as we discuss how the Moon’s magnetic field disappeared a BILLION years and a study just Discovered Why! If you were to try and list all the things […]

Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation) | Big Think

Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation) | Big Think

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My name is Professor Michio Kaku.  I’m a professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and I specialize in something called string theory.  I’m a physicist. Some people ask me the question, “What has physics done for me lately?  I mean, do I get better color television, do I get better […]

Commentary Lecture One: The Chemical History of a Candle – The Sources of its Flame

Commentary Lecture One: The Chemical History of a Candle – The Sources of its Flame

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Bill: I’m Bill Hammack . . . Don: . . . and I’m Don DeCoste. Bill: And we created this lecture series Michael Faraday’s The Chemical History of a Candle with Alex Black, a chemistry undergraduate at the time at the University of Illinois, and this commentary track is intended to enhance and enrich the […]

Why Do I Study Physics? (2013)

Why Do I Study Physics? (2013)

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Why some people feel destined to study physics

Why some people feel destined to study physics

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Hi today I want to talk about some of my ideas surrounding Why people get interested in studying physics or wanting to be a physicist in the first place now? This is just going to be my opinions so you can let me know how relatable this is but essentially I think that if you […]

आवर्त सारणी  – 6  General Science railway and SSC |M Study | Vijay Mishra

आवर्त सारणी – 6 General Science railway and SSC |M Study | Vijay Mishra

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