Mathematics
Philosophy Fridays

#### Why the ‘Unreasonable Effectiveness’ of Mathematics?

- Frank
- January 22, 2021
- American Mathematical Society
- closer to truth
- cosmology
- Education
- Eugene Wigner
- evolution of the universe
- Institute for Advanced Study
- life's big questions
- Lost In Math
- Math
- mathematical physics
- Mathematics
- Mathematics and Philosophy
- Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month
- philosophy of mathematics
- quantum gravity
- Quantum Physics
- robert lawrence kuhn
- Sabine Hossenfelder
- search for purpose
- Unreasonable Effectiveness
- Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics

What is it about mathematics that it can describe so accurately the world around us? In this talk that straddles the border of hard science and philosophy, Sabine Hossenfelder explains. From quantum physics, the very smallest features and forces of the foundations of matter and energy, to cosmology, the very largest structures and forces of […]

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AI
Science

#### Sean Carroll on Quantum Mechanics and the Many-Worlds Interpretation

- Frank
- November 4, 2019
- AGI
- AI
- ai podcast
- arrow of time
- artificial intelligence
- artificial intelligence podcast
- black holes
- caltech
- einstein
- holography
- Joe Rogan
- jre
- lex ai
- Lex Fridman
- lex jre
- lex mit
- lex podcast
- many-worlds
- mindscape
- mindscape podcast
- mit ai
- newton
- Physics
- quantum gravity
- Quantum Mechanics
- Quantum Physics
- reality
- Sean Carroll
- spacetime
- string theory
- theoretical physics

Lex Fridman interviews Sean Carroll in this thought provoking interview. Sean Carroll is a theoretical physicist at Caltech and Santa Fe Institute specializing in quantum mechanics, arrow of time, cosmology, and gravitation. He is the author of several popular books including his latest on quantum mechanics (Something Deeply Hidden) and is a host of a […]

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