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Can Hawking’s Black Hole Paradox Be Solved With Fuzzballs?

Can Hawking’s Black Hole Paradox Be Solved With Fuzzballs?

So admittedly, we don’t have a lot of concrete information about black holes. We have a lot of ideas, but we’ve mostly been quite literally shooting in the dark when it comes to figuring out what would happen if you went in one. Now, some theoretical revelations open up a new line of thinking, and […]

“Continents and Oceans” by ABCmouse.com

“Continents and Oceans” by ABCmouse.com

Our Earth is a very, very, very big place! It is covered by water and land. It has five huge oceans, where we can swim, And seven continents, where we can stand. Asia is the continent that has the most people. It’s also the largest in size. It has the 50 highest mountains in the […]

How Stephen Hawking Lived So Long With ALS

How Stephen Hawking Lived So Long With ALS

Stephen Hawking is so famous, you’d recognize his voice anywhere. But he also famously has ALS, which normally gives patients a very short time to live. So who is Stephen Hawking, and how is it that he has lived so long with this disorder? Hello world, Trace with a non-synthesized voice here for DNews. Stephen […]

What Stephen Hawking would have discovered if he lived longer | NASA’s Michelle Thaller

What Stephen Hawking would have discovered if he lived longer | NASA’s Michelle Thaller

Yes Jeremy, a lot of us were really sad with the passing of Stephen Hawking. He was definitely an inspiration. He was one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists in the world, and of course he overcame this incredible disability, his life was very difficult and very dramatic and I for one am really going […]

Can Tesla Wow Jay Leno With the Next Gen Roadster? [live]

Can Tesla Wow Jay Leno With the Next Gen Roadster? [live]

(upbeat techno music) – Hello and welcome everyone to Teslanomics Live. I’m your host, Ben Sullins and this is the show where we break down the latest Tesla news from the week that has passed. And we do it live because as you tend to get familiar with around here, the things change very quickly […]

Canyon Lake in the heat

Canyon Lake in the heat

[music] looks like we got one on folks that’s a solid fish that’s a nice three nice three that’s a good way to start this episode absolutely little feisty little guy there we go I’m not gonna tell you guys what they caught that on but you could see it hanging out the mouth so […]

Global Environment: Critical Issues 1999 – R.Holt  E.Moniz S.Begley H. Reese MIT Kendall Symposium/4

Global Environment: Critical Issues 1999 – R.Holt E.Moniz S.Begley H. Reese MIT Kendall Symposium/4

[MUSIC PLAYING] FRANCIS: The next issue is the role of science and scientists in public policy. There is a panel discussion moderated by Howard Reese. Howard is the executive director of the Union of Concerned Scientists. And Howard will introduce his panel. HOWARD REESE: Thank you, Francis. While everybody’s sitting down, I’ve been asked to […]

Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking Fear a Robot Apocalypse. But a Major Physicist Disagrees.

Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking Fear a Robot Apocalypse. But a Major Physicist Disagrees.

I see no obstacle to computers eventually becoming conscious in some sense. That’ll be a fascinating experience and as a physicist I’ll want to know if those computers do physics the same way humans do physics. And there’s no doubt that those machines will be able to evolve computationally potentially at a faster rate than […]

Why Don’t Sharks Have Bones?

Hello! This week is Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, which some of us here on the internet aren’t huge fans of, so instead of sensationalizing sharks or just making stuff up about megalodons still existing, we thought we’d talk about science with the understanding that reality is actually pretty fascinating. Sharks and rays and […]

Ep. 51 Glacier Collapse, Remembering Hawking, and a Newborn Gorilla | Twig Science Reporter

Ep. 51 Glacier Collapse, Remembering Hawking, and a Newborn Gorilla | Twig Science Reporter

On this week’s news update– remembering the life of world-famous scientist Stephen Hawking, the glacier that collapses again and again, and rare footage of a newborn gorilla. First up, people around the world have been remembering the life of scientist, Stephen Hawking. Professor Hawking died on March 14th at the age of 76. The UK […]