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Will Constructor Theory Rewrite Physics?

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 […]

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Space

When Will Space Tourism be Affordable?

With more and more businesses getting into the commercial space business, how long before space tourism be affordable?

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Space

How to Nuke a Dangerous Asteroid as a Last Resort

In this video, Anton talks about a new simulation showing that we could use nuclear weapons to protect the planet from certain types of dangerous asteroids Links: https://www.llnl.gov/news/late-time-small-body-disruptions-can-protect-earth https://wci.llnl.gov/simulation/computer-codes/spheral https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0094576521003921 https://dart.jhuapl.edu/

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Science

New Results in Quantum Tunneling vs. The Speed of Light

In a race, who would win: quantum tunneling or the reigning champ, the speed of light? Paradoxically, the most promising prospects for moving matter around faster than light may be to put a metaphorical brick wall in its way. New efforts in quantum tunneling – both theory and experiment – show that superluminal motion may […]

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Space

SpaceX’s Starlink 2.0 – Faster Speeds, Greater Coverage and More

Elon Musk is launching a next-generation version of SpaceX’s Starlink internet satellites. Similar to earlier versions, v2.0 satellites will sit at 570 kilometers, with the ability to completely deorbit and disintegrate within Earth’s atmosphere. Plus, with the much more extensive coverage range, SpaceX will be able to apply for increased funding and licensing across countries […]

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Space

Is Moving Heavy Industry to Space a Great Idea or a Pipe Dream?

Here’s an interesting idea: move all the polluting heavy industry off the planet to save the planet. But is it feasible?

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Science

The Super Bizarre Quantum Eraser Experiment

The quantum eraser experiment is one of the weirdest phenomena that has ever been observed and will melt your mind.  It seems that quantum mechanics mixes past and future together. In this video, Fermilab’s Dr. Don take you through this quantum conundrum.

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Startups

The Surprising Genius of 3D Printed Rockets

3D printing is poised to revolutionize manufacturing.  Why not the space industry as well? 3D printed rockets save on up front tooling, enable rapid iteration, decrease part count, and facilitate radically new designs.

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Quantum Computing

Quantum Technology | Our Sustainable Future

This new documentary feature from The Quantum Daily explores insights from leading quantum computing experts and tech giants such as Google, IBM, Oxford Instruments and Intel as well as start-ups such as PsiQuantum to discuss key sustainability topics, including how quantum technologies could reduce the energy required for complex computations even as demand continues to […]

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Space

Bloomberg on the New Space Race

Governments, billionaires, big companies and eager investors are driving the global space industry to new heights — with breakthrough technologies creating new opportunities for exploration and profit. Alix Steel and Ed Ludlow from Bloomberg TV host a special report on the business of space.

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