Are You Alone? (In The Universe)

Are you alone? To answer this question we have to take a look what “you” are first. What are you made of and where you stand in this universe. Are you your body? Your atoms? And how are your parts connected to the big picture?

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Complete Solution To The Twins Paradox

One of the most famous paradoxes of all of physics – who’s older? Who’s younger? and WHY? ***** Thanks to The Great Courses Plus (free trial here: http://ow.ly/RCty302dIHU) for supporting MinutePhysics *****

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Awesome HD Slinky Slow-Mo

The original goal of Veritasium was to show the beauty of science and I think the first minute and a half of this is the closest I’ve come. This is the last in a series of six videos about slinkies.

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The Moon Illusion

“Look how big the moon is!” you’ve shouted before. But what if I told you that the moon never really changes size, and it’s simply your brain playing a trick? Find out what The Moon Illusion is, and why it happens!

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Feats of Memory anyone can do

http://www.ted.com There are people who can quickly memorize lists of thousands of numbers, the order of all the cards in a deck (or ten!), and much more. Science writer Joshua Foer describes the technique — called the memory palace — and shows off its most remarkable feature: anyone can learn how to use it, including him.

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What It’s Like to Land On Mars

This video steps viewers through a portion of the choreography needed to land NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars. It starts with a computer simulation from NASA’s Eyes on the Solar System program and uses actual images from Curiosity’s Mars Descent Imager . It ends with a high-resolution color image from Curiosity’s Mast Camera.

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