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An interesting interview with Lawrence Krauss about life, the universe and what he thinks science tells us - subjects of his new book, "The Greatest Story Ever Told ...So Far'
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Marcelo Gleiser, who we interviewed for 'Why Are We Here', https://www.whyarewehere.tv/people/marcelo-gleiser/ argues that perhaps the nature of physical theories "mirrors their own narrative construction, piecewise and gradual, creations of our imperfect and incomplete grasp on physical reality. And there’s nothing wrong with that."
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The multiverse provides lots of opportunities for philosophical thought experiments which frequently resemble science fiction
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Will we soon have a theory of everything or will we need a rethink? Lawrence Krauss gives the question historical context in Nautilus Magazine. In terms of understanding how science progresses, this a really rewarding article. #science
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This interview with Mordehai Milgrom gives a really interesting and personal insight in to how revolutions in scientific thought can sometimes begin.
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FINE-TUNING WITHOUT A FINE-TUNER. Hans Halvorson argues that we don't need God to explain fine-tuning, but a new and revolutionary cosmological theory.
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HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THE MULTIVERSE? Should scientists even be asking this question?
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EINSTEIN, MATHEMATICS AND MODERN COSMOLOGY. Marcelo Gleiser, who we interviewed for 'Why Are We Here?' https://www.whyarewehere.tv/people/marcelo-gleiser/ looks at how mathematical reasoning led Einstein to the idea that the universe was expanding.
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THE NOT SO FINE-TUNING OF THE UNIVERSE Is our universe really so special as it seems? Physics professor, Fred Adams, thinks it isn’t
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