Hosted byAdrian Sherling

Curated byJorge Patino, Hark Editor

15 CLIPS1 HR 5 MINS
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Gravity, the Game Changer

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Founder of the Better Explained podcast, Kalid Azad, on the implications that the simplicity of Newton’s equation of gravity had in our capacity to explore the Universe. From the podcast, Metalearn.
Gravity, the Game Changer

MetaLearn

4 MINS
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Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity

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Theoretical physicist, Jim Gates, breaks down the differences between Einstein’s Special and General Theory of Relativity and explains how the latter helps us understand gravity. From the Startalk podcast.
Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity

StarTalk Radio

2 MINS
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The Stuff of the Universe

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Renowned theoretical physicist Jim Al-Khalili unpacks what The Standard Model of Physics is and how it’s used to better understand the building blocks of our Universe. From The Science Focus podcast.
The Stuff of the Universe

Instant Genius

3 MINS
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The God Particle

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Fraser Cain, founder of the popular science website Universe Today, on what the Higgs Boson, A.K.A the God Particle is and how the Large Hadron Collider helped physicists discover it. From the podcast, Universe Today.
The God Particle

Universe Today Podcast

2 MINS
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How Does the Higgs Boson Work?

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Famous astrophysicist and host of the acclaimed t.v. series Cosmos, Neil deGrasse Tyson, explains how the Higgs Boson gives mass to matter via a Hollywood metaphor involving actor Chuck Nice and singer Beyonce. From the podcast, Startalk
How Does the Higgs Boson Work?

StarTalk Radio

3 MINS
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Quantum Computing: The Future of Consciousness and Black Holes

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Considered one of the greatest physicist of our time, professor Leonard Susskind on the effects quantum computers will have in our understanding of Quantum Systems such as black holes and even consciousness. From the Lex Fridman podcast.
Quantum Computing: The Future of Consciousness and Black Holes

Lex Fridman Podcast

7 MINS
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Black Holes and the Event Horizon

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Columbia University professor of astronomy and physics, Janna Levin, talks on the fascinating nature and origins of black holes and the infamous Event Horizon. From the Science Weekly podcast.
Black Holes and the Event Horizon

Science Weekly

1 MIN
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Can We Survive a Black Hole?

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Black Hole Survival Guide author, Janna Levin, goes over a series of steps you may take in order to delay, for up to one year, the impending doom of Singularity after going inside a black hole. From the Startalk podcast.
Can We Survive a Black Hole?

StarTalk Radio

2 MINS
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The Multiverse Theory

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Astrophysicist Dr Adam Becker unpacks the multiverse theory of existence and its origins. From the podcast, Ologies.
The Multiverse Theory

Ologies with Alie Ward

7 MINS
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The Famous, the Only, the Beautiful String Theory

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CERN physicist and podcaster Daniel Whiteson breaks down the popularized String Theory, mentioned by Shelton from The Big Bang Theory t.v. show. From the Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe podcast.
The Famous, the Only, the Beautiful String Theory

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

6 MINS
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The Problems of Interplanetary Space Travel

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Former President Barack Obama’s science and technology advisor, Jim Gates, breaks down the different hurdles humans would need to overcome in order to travel through space. From the Lex Fridman podcast.
The Problems of Interplanetary Space Travel

Lex Fridman Podcast

3 MINS
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Einstein’s Wormholes

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Physics professor, Jim Al-Khalili, explains how wormholes would make long distance space traveling a possibility, if not for humans, at least for aliens.
Einstein’s Wormholes

Science Vs

2 MINS
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How a Self-Replicating Spacecraft Could Take Over the Universe

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Particle physicist Daniel Whiteson on the Von Neumann Probe, a self-replicating spacecraft, and how it will impact our relationship with the universe. From the podcast Prodigy.
How a Self-Replicating Spacecraft Could Take Over the Universe

Prodigy

5 MINS
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Was Oumuamua Sent by Aliens?

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Harvard University astrophysicist and prolific science author, Avi Loeb on why he thinks Omuamua, the first known interstellar object to visit our solar system, could’ve been made by aliens. From the Lex Fridman podcast.
Was Oumuamua Sent by Aliens?

Lex Fridman Podcast

6 MINS
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How Newton Figured Out the Moon

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This moment from a classic episode of Radiolab, is Jad and Robert at their very best - explaining a complex idea simply. In this case: how Newton solved the “Moon Problem.”
How Newton Figured Out the Moon

Radiolab Podcasts (Radiolab)

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