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Quantum Reality: Space, Time, and Entanglement

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Chas Lewis
Chas Lewis Yıl önce
Time for my monthly dose of “listen to a discussion on quantum mechanical concepts, understand 3/4 of it, forget half of it, try to explain some portion of it to someone, realize I’m an idiot, then listen to more later” Vicious cycle
Peter Pape
Peter Pape 19 gün önce
@Kirbys_Khakis q
Elizabeth Spoelman
Elizabeth Spoelman Aylar önce
Glad I’m not alone 😂
Carlos Bravo
Carlos Bravo 2 aylar önce
@the6 I'm going to try it!
Carlos Bravo
Carlos Bravo 2 aylar önce
Believe me, you are not the only one who feels that way !
Jessica lovescakes
One of the best lectures I have watched so far. Things were easy to understand up to connecting the quantum theory to the black hole. At that point I thought that maybe we could put entangled photons outside and inside the black hole to tell us what is happening inside the black hole. But me then got lost in the idea of wormhole and how entanglement became a thread to connect everything. Will rewatch and thank you very much for the lecture
Seethu Seetharaman
What an amazing session! Brian Greene is science’s gift to the general public!
Skynet the AI
Skynet the AI 2 aylar önce
@Coolguy2013 ;)
Coolguy2013
Coolguy2013 2 aylar önce
@Skynet the AI yeah you’re right I don’t remember making a comment lol
Skynet the AI
Skynet the AI 2 aylar önce
@Coolguy2013 stupid comment... Sir!
Paul Begley Awareness
Paul Begley Awareness 4 aylar önce
👏
Nathan Caulford
Nathan Caulford 6 aylar önce
Kind of, but why does he cut Birgitta Whaley off, put words in her mouth, brush her comments aside, "change gears" and shift the flow of the conversation to other guests in the middle of her comments? Why would he ask a question and then not hear her out, and then shift to, for example, Mark Van Raamsdonk, who has apparently lower verbal acumen with his circumlocutive style?
Kirby
Kirby Yıl önce
Brian Greene is an amazing science communicator and a great host for events like this, though, he interrupts the members a fair bit but I understand he wants to clarify the different concepts and they are under a tight time schedule. I can highly recommend Brian Green's books and shows that he has done, also he's been on Joe Rogan's podcast so watch that as well.
78tag
78tag Aylar önce
Absolutely - his books are interesting and entertaining at the same time. Also, as a host or the main speaker, he is the best.
78tag
78tag 3 yıl önce
Brian Greene does it again. He pretends to be the one in the panel of experts who does get it in his humble way so we can all feel better about being part of the subject and then he transposes everything the panel members say into something we can all understand. He can distill all of it for us. He has the unique ability to be the frame that holds the window we are trying to look through. I am no scientist nor am I an expert but Mr. Greene allows me in particular to enjoy being curious about all of this. Thanks again Brian Greene, I have enjoyed all of your publications - written and verbal. TW
78tag
78tag Aylar önce
@Elizabeth Spoelman Hi Elizabeth - here is my take on it. I'm sure you understand that is why they have him run the show. He knows when to cut through the static and get to the point. He does it better than the rest of the mediators I've seen. Some of the hosts want to use too much of the time telling us how the cow ate the cabbage instead of allowing the guests to to tell their stories. On the other hand, if you don't control some of those people they will talk for hours so the trade-off is that he summarizes for us. In cases like this where the subject matter is so interesting, the time for discussion could have been extended considerably, as far as I am concerned (apparently you agree with me on that one). I guess the time limits to those lectures are a necessary evil. Anyway, have a good one. There aren't enough of these lectures.
Elizabeth Spoelman
Elizabeth Spoelman Aylar önce
Made me so mad bc he wasn’t letting them speak though
Thomas JR.
Thomas JR. Yıl önce
yes, but poor guests get interrupted all the time. Greene is like a big speaker.
user name
user name Yıl önce
Yes, I love the way he, sotto voce, interprets for the general audience. Like a sign language person interprets a speech :)
Nathan Kellert
Nathan Kellert Yıl önce
I wonder if his LinkedIn skills include “Interpreter”
Frank
Frank Yıl önce
In this time of fake news and mental crazyness on television and the news, it is so healing for me to have found this channel! Thank you for bringing this very highly appreciated knowledge!
Gary Stewart
Gary Stewart 9 gün önce
only one person insists on using the phrase fake news. you can guess who that is.
Some One
Some One 7 aylar önce
Research matrix reincarnation soul trap,Forever conscious research
Terence Schultz
Terence Schultz Aylar önce
So insightful. One of the best episodes I have seen yet. Very nice group of individuals.
Brian Hall
Brian Hall Yıl önce
Thanks to all who contributed to making this amazing science segment!
Robert Baindourov
Robert Baindourov 8 aylar önce
Absolutely amazing talk. Heat being described as increased probability of different states really shattered some mental blocks of mine. Thank you.
Justin Carver
Justin Carver 2 yıl önce
Big ups to the whole crew for putting together really complicated physics in a way we can all enjoy in one amazing production. Respect.
John Strawb
John Strawb 2 aylar önce
No---they've managed to dumb it down to the level of every other broad, basic Intro on Quantum Mechanics on the internet. Such as shame. They had the resources to hit the intermediate sweet spot but chose banality. What a pity.
Shaun Lanighan
Shaun Lanighan Yıl önce
Excellent! I'm slowly working through all of these lectures and none have disappointed.
itsumonihon
itsumonihon Aylar önce
The general wisdom, and science wisdom at 41:29 is amazing. This is a top notch interview. Thank you.
keerthipriya sathish
Beautifully executed talk. The sequence of videos and the questions were to the point....Best video on Quantum so far...
General Melchett
General Melchett Yıl önce
When it comes to quantum entanglement, the experiments I ask the question how much time passes for light, we see the light zipping around the experiment, but from the point of view of the light is leaves and arrives at the same time. The way it’s packaged at the beginning of its journey is how it will be unpacked at the end, and the entanglement is formed at its origin.
Nostra Damus
Nostra Damus 4 yıl önce
Mark Van Raamsdonk is a brilliant physicist. His idea of unifying classical physics and quantum physics via Susskind's and 't Hooft's holography, Einsteinian classical gravity and Einsteinian quantum entanglement to explain the structure of spacetime is the biggest leap forward in this area since the establishment of QED in the 1950s. No wonder Greene expressed his feeling of awe and applauded this work. Van Raamsdonk is a Nobel caliber physicist.
78tag
78tag Aylar önce
I would agree with you about the Nobel Prize if they hadn't completely devalued that award by giving them away as political candy.
R.
R. 5 aylar önce
Abel Van Maarten is beter dan hem
Malachi Hooper
Malachi Hooper 2 yıl önce
you lost me at suskin and hoofs hulogruphy
D ANIMTIONS
D ANIMTIONS 2 yıl önce
Do not believe mordern physics plzz if u still have hope in physics we have to do it old school way
D ANIMTIONS
D ANIMTIONS 2 yıl önce
I wanna ask u guys a question if u r really that smart in physics then what is a thing more complex than a line ? And mathematics is important rather than just thought experiments so dudes try it on your own and believe these people
Mike Viall
Mike Viall 6 aylar önce
Could this discussion be any more clear? Kudos to all, very well done.
Jerry Becker
Jerry Becker 3 aylar önce
Thanks for both the animation /popularization , making quantum theory more digestible!
Dizma
Dizma 2 aylar önce
This is one of the best videos I've seen in my life... That final demonstration was a fantastic end to it too. I'm definitely watching this again sometime... The holographic theories are completely new to me... AND intriguing. 😊
Nuala Rodgers Conway
Nuala Rodgers Conway 6 aylar önce
Thank you, for sharing quantum mechanics to the public. I think, one day I might be able to wrap my head around it, but I think, 🤔 it's unlikely. However, I can take it in small doses, because, I'm really interested.
Joanna Colasito
Joanna Colasito Yıl önce
I love listening to this whenever I need to finish something for school, hoping my subconscious mind is studying it for me so I’ll have exciting dreams at night.
Victory Man
Victory Man 2 yıl önce
Understanding paradoxes and how they form together might help. They seem to form in pairs of two. Example: Does the universe go on forever or does it have an end? Hopefully this helps someone who can explain this in math.
GhettoRacer & His Bizarre and Twisted Reality
Quantum Mechanics are so AWESOME!! Great informative video. Excellent work everyone!!
Cesar Omiste
Cesar Omiste 2 yıl önce
This was one of the better presentations I've seen bringing together the all the big concepts of QM and GR theory.
Steve Synan
Steve Synan 4 yıl önce
I really dig Brian Greene’s style. He is very good at reeling in the discussion and keeping things focused, then translating complex ideas into intuitive analogies. Some people say he interrupts too much but I disagree, without him the discussion would spiral into confusion for the average viewer. I feel like he gives the guests plenty of room to speak before offering his translations. He would be an incredible teacher.
Cosi Cave
Cosi Cave Yıl önce
Steve Synan not only does he interrupt too much, he does so VERY LOUDLY, as if deliberately dominating the speaker. Brian Greene is very knowledgable and also adept with analogy and the repackaging of concepts; but he could do better to keep quiet 50% more than he did in this otherwise excellent and informative discussion.
A S
A S 2 yıl önce
Brain Greene is one of my favorites. Love his style
Declan Claus
Declan Claus 2 yıl önce
brian greene did great! I thought the same thing as I watched.
Gabbar Is back
Gabbar Is back 2 yıl önce
@DaveM fuck off👎
John Schmidt
John Schmidt 2 yıl önce
Steve Synan (
prichardgs
prichardgs 6 aylar önce
Wow, this is great! Love your books Dr. Green!
Doglos Costa
Doglos Costa 2 yıl önce
Thank you Brian! Also amazing panel! Can't wait to show this one to my Dad and have a lively discourse. :)
Right is Right
Right is Right Yıl önce
I’m from commerce background haven’t studied science since 10th grade but I love physics & quantum world. I didn’t understand many things but overall it was a wonderful discussion.
EarthCulture21
EarthCulture21 25 gün önce
"Accepting that Entanglement is a part of the natural world around us, has profound implications, it means that we must accept that an action in one place can have an instant effect anywhere in the Universe as if there is no space between them."
Marcus and Mat
Marcus and Mat 2 yıl önce
Holycow! I didn't expect they do the double slits experiment in real time. One of the best and informative video about science in general.
Bright Sunshine
Bright Sunshine Yıl önce
Wonderful to see eminent physicists humbly admitting what they don't know..and they speak in down-to-earth language to make novices like me understand. Brian Greene, an eminent physicist himself, acting like a novice, just because he is the anchor. Amazing people.
George Washington
This was a spectacular lesson, I have absolutely no complaints, just sitting here watching this I some how feel like this is the most remarkable lesson I’ve came across. Very interesting, spoken well and in a way where us weaker minds can take a brief understanding. Best part is I have listened to this three times and I’ve learned something new every time. Watching the graphics now and it definitely helps you comprehend better vs using this as a bed time story/car ride. I enjoy that they elaborate on Schrödinger’s Cat- the box model and TRvid videos on this just don’t elaborate enough and this video just hits it with a nail! So Very proud of this video and I have nothing to do with it!
Jackson
Jackson Yıl önce
The particle is "here and there" whilst also being "here or there" because of the simulation It's just the way the code is written so the program runs seamlessly; regardless of whether you're observing the particle or not.
No Gene Therapy
No Gene Therapy Yıl önce
I think the particle/wave is directly interacting with consciousness upon measurement and general interaction. That’s why it changes position when observed. They also move in and out of multiple dimensions I suspect. Interesting.
Le Mérovingien
Le Mérovingien 6 aylar önce
nice to see a time traveller such as David Wallace from the medieval age right on set !
Academic library
Academic library 7 aylar önce
Love Brian Greene as a host (as a scientist too)
Angieluvsdmb
Angieluvsdmb 6 aylar önce
This was my gateway drug into falling in love with quantum physics 😍
Marcus Dekker
Marcus Dekker 5 aylar önce
Wow. The things that Gerard 't Hooft says after chapter two is the best. Everything makes sence for me now... The formulas, the physics, the mathematics... Genius
Scott Chapman ADV
Love this lecture.
blaze jennifer
blaze jennifer 2 yıl önce
Most straightforward explanation I have seen yet!
Blaa443 Blaa
Blaa443 Blaa 6 aylar önce
My consciousness has shifted ( i have wittnessed a shift ) many times briefly from one possible universe to another so I can say from experience that this "many worlds" idea is correct. Actually, this is almost a daily nuisance for me. At least now when I'm older and science has catched on my perception of reality I'm not that confused anymore. When I was a kid and a teenager it messed me up quite badly. "Many worlds" idea expplains quite well the messed uppness of politics if you give it a change by the way ;) All the possible worldviews and opinions out there are able to exist because the people and groups of ppl really live in different realities.
Aamir Sohail
Aamir Sohail Aylar önce
The only thing I can say about this video is " The best ever scientific video in my life, and the best ever scientific discussion, an excellent example of driving a person with different idea in coherent way. Finally the best ever moderator I have watched and listened to it.
Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith 5 aylar önce
As an experiment, I phoned and asked a professor that studies quantum mechanics if I should refer to him as a quantum physicist, but he said no. I called him back an hour later and he said yes. Then I asked him in person while observing which changed the resulting answer. No matter how many times I conduct this experiment, I can't get the same answer twice. Either something is wrong with the professor or something is wrong with the experiment.
alex hebert
alex hebert 2 yıl önce
I don’t always watch 90 minute videos on science, but when I do, it’s a lecture by Brian Greene. B. Greene Squad
Chris Knight
Chris Knight Yıl önce
I like virtual particle pairs. When one particle passes through the left slit it has a chance of annihilating one virtual anti-particle, whose virtual partner has a different random trajectory, and path length, towards, or maybe away from, the target screen. it may also collide with a virtual particle. The scattering of these lead to further collisions resulting in a probability cone from the left slit together with, some particles arriving at the screen at different places and different times. There is a corresponding right slit probability cone, with the opposite direction and collision or annihilation pattern. The energy of the particle beam and the slit separation, together with the distance to the target define how the emitted particles and virtual particles interact on their way to the target screen, and the interference pattern is just the resultant pattern of particles striking the screen, with antiparticles and apparently deflected particles being annihilated between the interference bands.
CACBCCCU
CACBCCCU Yıl önce
Everything is substantially flow-based in quantum physics, even the nonlocal evolution of a wavefunction seems flow-like. Curved space and gravity flow only mix so well, like in hydrodynamic cosmological simulations of gravity essentially operating like surface liquid flows over funnel shaped bent forms, exploiting external gravity to make an interior model of gravity work, in other words, much like with the trampoline well model and its large rolling masses. Gravity information flow may not need to entirely be caught up and impeded with light information flows, light flow may as a practical matter be entirely defined within a context where the photon's individual nonlocal wavefunction is fully supported by ftl path cross-wise gravity flows while an entangled twin nonlocal photon wavefunction is additionally fully supported in noisy form by ftl path-length gravity flows.
chris H
chris H 6 aylar önce
I’m a 50 year old bricklayer and I’m having a beer 🍺 and haven’t watched anything so good in my life Brilliant I’m loving it
3dgar 7eandro
3dgar 7eandro Yıl önce
1:26:26 for me one explanation for this so called quantum superposition could be caused by : a rapid oscillation between one state and the other. This would be coherent with the apparent perception of superposition of states. This could also explain the quantum entanglement. In any case how can anyone be 100% certain that the particules are in both states at the same time... As I set before: this could be a possible logical awnser. 💪(the fast oscillation : maybe even close to the speed of light) Although I could be of course misinterpreting this strange phenomenon... 😕😌
kiran raj
kiran raj Yıl önce
This is the closest I got to understanding discussions on Quantum mechanics
Neda Sabbaghian
Neda Sabbaghian 3 yıl önce
I've been waiting for a new panel discussions of this sort from this channel for a year! Thank you for bringing these extraordinary people together and giving us a glimpse into the beauty of this science. Special thanks to Brian Greene and his amazing ability of engaging the average audience like me in such remarkable but utterly complex scientific concepts and let us understand and enjoy it. So refreshing!
78tag
78tag Aylar önce
@Robert McConnell ...as stated by someone else here - I think I understand about half of it until I wake up the next day. It doesn't matter though because Greene makes me feel like I might understand it some day.
Robert McConnell
Robert McConnell 3 yıl önce
"...understand..."? You are a far better man than I. But it sure is stimulating.
Shane Newman
Shane Newman 7 aylar önce
Clearly our understanding of quantum mechanics is far from correct but we can only do the best we can with the tools and information we have at the time. Fascinating and yet feels very archaic in our current understanding.
Dr David, PhD
Dr David, PhD 5 aylar önce
I enjoyed being in the audience on this day. Everyone should attend these discussion during the World Science Festival in NYC!
Simply Curious
Simply Curious 5 aylar önce
What would have made the onstage double-slit experiment much more impressive, IMHO, is if they would have inserted one or two photon detectors between the dual-slit barrier and the back-screen so that they could have dynamically shown the audience what happens when you intervene by "observing" which slit the photons went through. I'm guessing this wasn't done because unless you fire one photon at a time, you aren't really able to definitively detect which singular pathway was used for each photon... which would result in 2 clusters of output on the back-screen versus the many they demonstrated. However, is this the only way to force the collapse of the wave function? They used a laser which fires many photons simultaneously so that they could speed up the cumulative pattern for seeing many clusters on the screen. Might there be another way to do this which allows faster trial runs to be completed with and without the detectors activated?
Dorian Lindberg
Dorian Lindberg Yıl önce
I love this old man. He knows so much so much.
KW 2024
KW 2024 3 yıl önce
The host is doing what he was meant to do in life. Host the S*** out of a science show. Very natural. The people working for show/host are serious nerds. They took it to the next level.
SEAN POPPLEWELL
SEAN POPPLEWELL 8 aylar önce
Q
Vincent Chin
Vincent Chin 2 yıl önce
Actual experiment is tiny! Like, I thought it would be some huge machine! :D
Marilyn Ruiz
Marilyn Ruiz 2 yıl önce
A nerd who can probably kick the S*** OUT Of F a punk a$$
Nirmit Kumar
Nirmit Kumar 2 yıl önce
@Keith M Do you have any idea who the moderator is? He is one of the greatest physicists we have today. His name is Brian Greene and he is co-founder of The strings theory of universe.
RIPWINTER
RIPWINTER 2 yıl önce
right..... fucking sick
LearnerDude
LearnerDude 7 aylar önce
I have a theory about why the particles interfere with each other even though they are going through one slit at a time. Could it be that because they are so small that they are oscillating at the speed of light? Which means oscillations happen outside of time in the same way a photon makes it's journey instantly from it's own perspective. If the oscillations are a noise, then the higher the resolution you look the higher the peaks you could find. Wouldn't it be able to peak infinitely far? Or perhaps only as far as it can travel(at the speed of light) before it's measured.
Lamborghini Clio
Lamborghini Clio 7 aylar önce
My brain hurts
Ragabuf Ragsome
Ragabuf Ragsome Yıl önce
Looking at the double slit experiment makes total sense that we see a wave like particles but it can be explained by the particles bouncing off the edge of the slit and redirecting it to the outer edges of the detector so it makes total sense. Its not like they are waves its just like they act like a waves on the end result.
Nuala Rodgers Conway
Nuala Rodgers Conway 6 aylar önce
Such an amazing panel.
Nima Nassersharif
Nima Nassersharif 6 aylar önce
I love this such good content for free, unbelievable. What a glorious age we live in.
Bradley Mcewen
Bradley Mcewen 3 yıl önce
These are some of the only types of videos where i really enjoy sitting and listening while reading all the long comments about others perceptions, the internet really is a gift. Ive just read the opinions of about 20 people that are all complete strangers from different walks of life and at the end i have different perspectives then when i started, even if it wasn't the same as their idea because now i can compare so many perspectives which reveals new ones always! It fascinates me to imagine what knowledge we will have uncovered in hundreds of years if we are here now, for a long time nobody thought of mobile phones but the perspective of wanting to communicate with another creature that you cannt see, smell or feel, resulted in people eventually experimenting on how to do that.
Malik
Malik 10 aylar önce
Dudeee same!!!
Himanshu Sharma
Himanshu Sharma 2 yıl önce
The feeling is mutual
darren james
darren james 2 yıl önce
What an interesting comment .I feel privileged to live in the information age. Its just the rest of modern society that I dont like.
sirvapalot
sirvapalot 2 yıl önce
Bradley Mcewen good comment my thought exactly mate we in live in a golden age with technology I have a MacBook Pro and iPhone and other devices I love these science videos on TRvid I think of TRvid as. a Learning vehicle I’m in awe of information technology im grateful for even my Apple Watch I use it to tell if I high enough 🌿 💨
Scott Reday
Scott Reday 2 yıl önce
And one other thing. I'm not greedy. Maybe you should try being a capitalist before you term everyone a greedy bastard.
DrCube
DrCube Yıl önce
I might be missing something, but if the 2 slit experiment shows waves cancelling each other out or adding together, how does it work with only one particle at a time?
esgardo
esgardo 5 aylar önce
Gerard argues that we are at the one particle at a time
Tamina Lisowski
Tamina Lisowski Yıl önce
Very interesting, thank you to all of you!
Melissa Davis
Melissa Davis 6 aylar önce
The way I see the photon being several places at once is that the light from photon particles travels so much slower than the particles themselves. Just the way we look upon Saturn let alone suns from other solar systems, the light we see shows us where it was when the light left it. When you look at the particle, you only see it there because you are looking at the light travelling to your eyes from the position it was in, its already moved but you are viewing the light. You need to know that it moves a million times faster than what you perceive as movement. Scales have different times and speeds, the smaller it is the faster it moves. Such is the theory at the planetary level within the universe that these would be the particles and that the universe exists as a substance made of such particles, with large expanses in between, as we see in the particles and quarks within the smallest particles we can see or measure. I apologize if this made little sense. I attempted to use vernacular that could be understood by all.
Ángel Del Amo
Ángel Del Amo 3 aylar önce
On the double-slit experiment: What if photons / electrons are just particles that “float” in a medium (field) and they induce waves as they move through it? This would also show the same interface pattern for the single and double slit experiment removing all the collapse of the wave function “nonsense”.
Galaxy Accounting Center
That still would not explain the "delayed choice double slit experiment" (look it up). Nor would explain why even firing ONE photon a time it forms overtime an interference pattern as if each photon interfered with itself. More baffling yet, even single electrons do this.
Lawn Mower
Lawn Mower 5 aylar önce
The double slit experiment is interesting. I take it the same things happen in a controlled environment , where all sound, radio rf removed and 0 degrees temperature. What happens if this experiment is done in a vaccuum condition. So many questions
Nick Treat
Nick Treat 6 aylar önce
On the Double slit experiment when the half particles pass through it they could reform as a whole with the particles that are hitting the paper tose to helium went through the Slate and then when they hit the paper the two separate helium recombined so you're detecting a reading of the same signature but it's not the exact same atom
William Signet
William Signet Yıl önce
The theory of this program is that a very complicated subject can be explained to a lay audience via a committee. The only thing I learned by watching it is that this theory does not work. But, actually, to learn that is useful. So thank you.
Myralhf
Myralhf Yıl önce
This was amazing information...keep us posted as you learn more...Thank you to all...!
malcolm
malcolm 5 aylar önce
Excellent presentation combining graphics and comments by Excellent communicators on stage.
Tommy BrownIII
Tommy BrownIII 2 yıl önce
I just wanted to say thank you all love yall so much for that episode it was the greatest experience my mind has had for unlocking its troubles and keys thank you very much always two thumbs up from T.F.B.III
DJ86
DJ86 6 aylar önce
If Einstein was there, the question is, would he be Up from the Underworld, or Down from Heaven, or just catching a wave and being on top of the world?
TheBigBMoss
TheBigBMoss 6 aylar önce
Sooo heres what im getting that i've never understood before about quantum mechanics.. 1). Quantum mechanics are really the mechanics behind trying to quantify statistics and explain the correlation between statistics and the observable universe. And 2). That quantum mechanics really just points out the flaws in traditional physics and scientific equations due to over generalities in said equations and how we commonly overlook fundamental variables inherent in the universe. I feel like this still manages to not provide a full picture, but instead giving a name to what is still not known, much like how we dont really know if dark matter exists or if its a breakdown in our fundamental understanding of physics... Yet we still call it "Dark Matter"
Donald Smith
Donald Smith 2 yıl önce
I was quite surprised to learn that the double-slit experiment was first performed at the turn of the nineteenth century by Thomas Young and presented to the Royal Society in 1803 as part of light diffraction; cool drawing he did, then. An explanation of that is still what I would ask famous smart guys if I had the chance.
L1nc
L1nc Yıl önce
You ever wonder what it would be like? To be trapped in a video game and have scientists try to explain the principles of reality from the inside?
Jam Kle
Jam Kle 5 aylar önce
It has been a long time. This is greatness.
Glen Steen
Glen Steen 8 aylar önce
I'm a 75 yr old science graduate and can remember doing this experiment in the lab, but rather than save the H with all its safety risks, we burned it off. It certainly wasn't as sophisticated as this, no steel wool, so the amount of H produced was minimal. Hmm...perhaps doing this again will keep me busy. Oh, yeah!...no steel wool & a little blue flame!😉😊
다은정
다은정 Yıl önce
this explains quantum physics by using double slit experiment. When small particles aren't watched or too small to have any physical interact with any sort of power, the particle's structure brokes and it turns in to a wave
Michael Nguyen
Michael Nguyen 2 yıl önce
Holycow! I didn't expect they do the double slits experiment in real time. One of the best and informative video about science in general.
A A
A A Yıl önce
@markmd9 it is a known fact that sometimes they push and then gender it is been proven throughout time many times it wouldn’t be the first and won’t be the last it’s like saying look here but don’t look there which if you think about it if somehow we can push all pool or altered the direction of a particle be electron photon the possibilities for travel and energy and travel in space would be infinite because at the end of the day what is happening is a particle is been moved from left to right to left to right to left to right through the double slit experiment the result Says that going through the slit it is been altered that means power generation forms of travel in space and out of space we could create engines
A A
A A Yıl önce
@markmd9 Go on TRvid and look up double slit experiment with the cardboard box and you’ll realise what I’m telling you for some reason the link that I sent to you on here I did not get to you it’s not the conservation of energy because it’s a reaction it’s not converting it’s neither transforming it’s a consequence of the apparatus set up the mechanics of the double slit experiment it’s neither losing or gaining the same way radar Works and Marck waves are created but yeah there’s been several attempts with the double slit experiment originally it was done with metal plates people thought that it was bouncing off the very edge of the inner slit create The wave affect as well as harmonic residence the same principle as two items in space very close to Gever attractive Chubba by disrupting that field between two items with a photo or electron or a particle or whatever create the results there have been many attempts realistically thousands and a lot of them solved problems but ironically only the ones that put the result on a pedestal I know there was even one done with water like a waterfall with two slits in it to see if there was a reaction which proved the particle going through The double slit created A form of a wake going through with double slit experiment’s well as ones with ceramics but all of these are less alone because they do not suit the narrative
markmd9
markmd9 Yıl önce
@A A no, I didn't saw any link to video, how did you sent it? A photon producing other photos without losing energy would violate the principle of conservation of energy I don't think anyone will want to accept this idea. Because it sits at foundation of physics and everything will have to be rewritten. That experiment is really interesting. I'm also against Copenhagen interpretation. I even have my own amateur model of QM and when reading about electron double slit I observed that the separator is metallic and supposed that with a dielectric material that might not work but didn't knew somebody already tried that.
A A
A A Yıl önce
@markmd9 Interesting fact with the double slit experiment carried out in 1987 in Croatia instead of news in steel plates with the slits in it then used rubber plates with the two slits in it and could not produce the same affect you will find it in national science use articles highly Unknown and not publicised there was a paper pulled out on it and it was highly criticised
A A
A A Yıl önce
@markmd9 By the way I truly enjoy the debate thank you I hate people that are close minded and cannot grasp or understand the other side of the table
Ron Gaudio
Ron Gaudio 6 aylar önce
What I would like to know is if we take the two electrons in the helium atom that have a common origin and thus are entangled and not only separate them, but place each of them in the electron cloud of say separate neon atoms, are they still entangled with one another or is the former entanglement broken as they become entangled anew with their new electron neighbors in the neon atoms. It seems that when they are talking about two electrons formerly interacting with one another and separated, the entanglement phenomenon always seems to assume that the electrons find themselves as separated yes, but also isolated. In other words, is entanglement hold only for separated electrons that are considered in isolation? If this is the case then it is not difficult to understand, without any other forces acting upon them, why they would remain in sync. If I gave two decks of cards to someone and they arranged them so that the two decks complimented each other in a definable pattern and then separated them by 12,000 miles, as long as nobody changed the order of each deck, then they would always be in sync. So if electrons that found a new home in different atoms were still somehow synced, then that would be mysterious indeed. Can someone help me with this? This question has bothered me since I was eight years old. I would like to get some closure.
Chronic Smith
Chronic Smith 2 yıl önce
Is there a basic structure in the universe that acts as a probability wave function, such that when particles interact with it under certain conditions the particles take on that characteristic?
A Z
A Z Yıl önce
I think machine learning hooked up to sensors will be able to give us more insight - the information einstein predicted would eventually need to show up to solve quantum physics
Ziltch
Ziltch 5 aylar önce
Has the double slit experiment ever been performed in a void? Just wondering if that would affect the result, like how water waves is a transfer of kinetic energy in water.
Galaxy Accounting Center
Yes it has been performed in a vaccum. Particularly when conducted with electrons (because they interact with air). Still same results.
boggo
boggo 4 yıl önce
van Raamsdonk's recent research (quantum entanglement as the basis of space time) is by far some of the most interesting stuff in a while in physics.
Stijn Wackenier
Stijn Wackenier 2 yıl önce
@TheMedia-Hacker thx man thats a great explenation
Videot99
Videot99 2 yıl önce
@Свободный Человек As I understand it, one reason is that electromagnetic fields propagate at the speed of light, while entanglement is instantaneous over any distance. Also the propagation of electromagnetic fields involve photons (a boson field carrier "particle") and there is no such exchange of energy in entanglement.
mikey2363
mikey2363 2 yıl önce
TheMedia-Hacker I concur
TheMedia-Hacker
TheMedia-Hacker 2 yıl önce
Yang mill missing Mass Could be "DARK ENERGY " Existing in a Space field as a vacuum like PARTICLE FIELD with Kahler like Metric Distributed in HILBERT SPACE and olny measurable when HILBERT ECLUDEIAN SPACE VECTOR INTERACTION is is Traced or Scaled into the RIEMANN METRIC then You get the Einstein-Ricci Metric TENSOR with the RICCI NEGATIVE curvature VANISHING into the Hausdroff measure BY THIS ROTATION gauges the PARTICLE FIELDS VECTOR basis from this TRANSFORMATION FUNCTION And get the WAVE FUNCTION and when these FIELD VECTOR is Reflected into the LOCAL Gravitational force TENSOR using the RICC NEGATIVE CURVATURE FLOW you get Massless particles Gluons and photons particles Boson and its Intermediates elementary particles ELECTRON PROTONS and NEUTRON thru Radioactive DECAY along with The 4 forces of Nature Of Time and 3 ADDITION DIMENSION OF SPACE and QUANTUM SPIN Being INTERGER and1/2 HALF INTERGER
Свободный Человек
Why the proton entanglement can not be explained by the electromagnetic field? Like the positive and negative that always go along with each other and cannot technically exist independently to create energy? Sorry if my question is irrelevant.
R T
R T Yıl önce
I'm confused as the double split experiment they carried out here actually showed the interference pattern meaning the photons were behaving like waves, but there were many observers there so how come this could happen? Wasn't the wave function suppose to collapse by the act of observing..?
Logan M P E
Logan M P E Yıl önce
The wave function doesn't collapse by "observing" it collapses by the act of "measuring"!
Thomas Vieth
Thomas Vieth Yıl önce
explaining the split results with multiple universes is a bit like saying, oh I don't have the faintest idea, but the overall impression is favorable. I personally think that, coming from a phenomenological stance, we have to change the perspective of our perception to understand some of the codings of the universe
the pretentious illiterate
I heard about a physicist working in quantum mechanics that was able to use it to "leap" if you will. Dr. Scott Backula did a great show about it in the 80s.
A Z
A Z Yıl önce
Is it possible that particles are flying in a spiral motion, making them travel like a wave?
BobStBubba
BobStBubba 3 yıl önce
Brian Greene is da man -- the adult equivalent of Bill Nye the Science Guy. I am terminally math-impaired, yet deeply interested in both relativity's time/space counterintuitions, and quantum mechanics' weirdnesses; Greene seems to intuit workarounds for mathlexics like me, so that while I can't "math" it, I can indeed "picture" it. And his moderation of this assemblage of heavyweights was, in addition to being pitch perfect, also a demonstration of his grasp of the cutting-edge boundaries of physics in general. "They also serve who stand and wait -- and moderate."
Protos Telos
Protos Telos 2 yıl önce
Nye is an embarrassment to livestock.
Craig Wall
Craig Wall 2 yıl önce
@dj osearth I _agree._ Nye and Greene don't belong in the same sentence.
dj osearth
dj osearth 2 yıl önce
Nice dig at Nye, he really isn't an adult version of anything - even himself ;]
Justice Machado
Justice Machado Yıl önce
This is amazing! Thank you ❣️
Luca Augment
Luca Augment Yıl önce
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Michael Gauthier
Michael Gauthier 7 aylar önce
I wish Brian Greene was my professor so I could fail his class and take it again
CACBCCCU
CACBCCCU Yıl önce
Using gravitational information flow as a fundamental basis for gravity requires a substantial tendency for flows to be bidirectionally symmetrical, in other words the masses in atoms must show at least a low-energy tendency toward being retroreflective to gravitational information carriers. This is a justifiable departure from ideal gravitational spherical symmetry and it happens only in low-energy nonsymmetrical backgrounds. It's as if a proton or neutron can be gravitationally modeled with light-as-gravity as three mutually-intersecting mirrorlike disks forming eight back-to-back corner-cube reflectors with an octahedral symmetry. The disks can adaptively conduct light with increasing retro-reflectivity as if nuclear spin momentum is lost to low background temps similar to Hebbian learning with spiking or zero-cross edges set to activate with significant frequency whenever the loop is tight enough.
Ace Gawd 🙏
Ace Gawd 🙏 5 aylar önce
What if we’re only seeing a portion of what’s really happening when these protons admit but the fact that we all see it the same we think there’s nothing more to it
Grace Zhou
Grace Zhou 10 aylar önce
I’m gonna love this for my life time…❤️
tony imperatrice
tony imperatrice 8 aylar önce
OMG BRIAN! I F**ing adore you! just want to say, when you are dealing with people such as Brian and his guests, there absolutely brilliant, and Brian is in the position he is because he is not only well versed and knowledgeable in all the areas he covers, but he is excellent at articulating his thoughts in a very charming and pleasing way .Ii see to many people failing to see or maybe pay attention to the fact he is keeping the discussion on course. It is his job! And he is good at it, complaining that he seems to interrupt to much, is silly and you must not be paying very much attention to the video that you probably stumbled on, and is false. Its like complaining the coach of the football team was to bossy and should just let them play.
username
username 10 aylar önce
Just imagine living in a time when the news paper spoke about science as tho the average reader was interested compared to today.
3dgar 7eandro
3dgar 7eandro Yıl önce
1:31:01 I would like to think this phenomenon is due to the rapid oscillation of the magnetic poles inside of the "cool disc" molecular structure, that actually makes it glide kinda like a Maglev train... Probably creating an electromagnetic current in the process or something like that... 😅👌 Sorry if my knowledge of dipoles, Inducted currents and Magnets is a little bit rusted😕😌
Nate
Nate 3 yıl önce
This is a fantastic discussion. The single best on the topic I've seen.
Syed
Syed Yıl önce
You guys are making world a better place ❤️💕💞
Antwaun Kent
Antwaun Kent 6 aylar önce
Hmmm interesting. I wonder if the point of powered particle light formation at the conduction point aka (the lasers output) does that alter the output form of the physical light projection?
danethedood
danethedood 9 aylar önce
All of these people spoke EXACTLY how I thought they would.
WCC
WCC 2 aylar önce
Waves behave differently according to the density of what the wave is traveling through. The force that is required to create a wave in water is different than the force that is required to create a wave in gelatin . it's also different than the force Those required to create a wave through air. which is also different than the force that is required to create a way through space and time itself
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