#### Are Scientists Actually Building an Elevator to Space?

- Frank
- December 8, 2021
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Explore the physics behind space elevators, which would theoretically use a cable anchored to Earth and extending into space. Sending rockets into space requires sacrificing expensive equipment, burning massive amounts of fuel, and risking potential catastrophe. So in the space race of the 21st century, some engineers are abandoning rockets for something more exciting: elevators. […]

Read More#### This Is Not a Crane, It’s an Insane New Gravity Battery

- Frank
- November 28, 2021
- anton petrov
- astronomy
- Astrophysics
- chemical battery
- climate change
- dam
- energy storage
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- fossil fuel
- gravitational battery
- gravitricity
- gravity
- gravity battery
- hydro plant
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- Universe
- using gravity for energy
- what da math
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Here is an interesting concept of storing energy using gravity – a gravity battery

Read More#### The Big Misconception About Electricity

Here’s a fascinating riddle of science: do electrons carry energy around a complete conducting loop, transferring their energy to the load or is something else at play?

Read More#### Quantum Computing Explained In 5 Minutes

- Frank
- November 16, 2021
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This video on Quantum Computing gives you an overview of the underlying technology of Quantum Computing as well as it will help you understand how it is different from other classic computers and Supercomputers.

Read More#### Introduction to Monte Carlo Methods in Python

- Frank
- November 15, 2021
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This video includes a basic tutorial in Monte Carlo simulation techniques in python, along with a few examples. Code

Read More#### How Imaginary Numbers Were Invented

Imaginary numbers come up in the most unlikely places. Quite impressive given that they are “impossible.” But how did math go from reflecting and describing reality to the abstract field we tend to think of it today. Veritasium explains.

Read More#### Brian Greene on Quantum Gravity, The Big Bang, Aliens, Death, and Meaning

- Frank
- October 26, 2021
- AGI
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- Astrophysics
- brian greene
- columbia university
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- Physics
- quantum gravity
- Space Exploration
- string theory
- terror management theory
- the big bang theory
- theoretical physics

Brian Greene is a theoretical physicist who also educates the public via his books and documentaries appears on Lex Fridman’s podcast. Time stamps: 0:00 – Introduction 0:27 – Entropy 8:35 – Consciousness 24:54 – Quantum gravity 28:14 – String theory 41:41 – Time 54:13 – Free will 58:36 – Emergence and complexity 1:05:48 – The […]

Read More#### Will Constructor Theory Rewrite Physics?

- Frank
- October 22, 2021
- Anthropic Principle
- Astrobiology
- Astrophysics
- black holes
- Calculus
- Dark Energy
- Dark Matter
- einstein
- Einsteinian Physics
- General Relativity
- Holographic Principle
- Holographic Universe
- Math
- maths
- Matt O’Dowd
- Outer Space
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- PBS Space Time
- Physics
- Quantum Mechanics
- Rare Earth
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- Space
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- Space Time
- Special Relativity
- Strong Anthropic Principle
- The Universe
- Time
- Weak Anthropic Principle

With my interesting in quantum computing, I have spent a lot more time than usual looking at videos like this. The people behind the greatest leaps in physics – Einstein, Newton, Heisenberg, all had the uncanny ability to see the fundamentals – see the deepest, underlying facts about the world, and from simple statements about […]

Read More#### Terraforming Mars in 3 Just Simple Steps

- Frank
- October 16, 2021
- can we live on Mars
- can we move to Mars
- growing plants on Mars
- hossenfelder
- how to live on Mars
- how to terraform Mars
- magnetic field of mars
- Mars
- Mars atmosphere
- mars colonization
- Physics
- science
- science without the gobbledygook
- space travel
- Terraform
- terraformation
- terraforming
- terraforming mars

In this not-quite-serious video Sabine Hossenfelder explains what it would take to terraform Mars and make it habitable for humans. Time stamps: 0:00 Intro 0:58 Conditions on Mars 2:02 Step 1: Creating a Magnetic Field 4:50 Step 2: Creating an Atmosphere 6:06 Step 3: Converting CO2 to O2 8:46 Sponsor Message

Read More#### This Robot Walks, Flies, Skateboards, and Slacklines

This is a robot that walks, flies, skateboards, slacklines, and might do much more one day.

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