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Mar 13, 2023

Is The Multiverse Real? The Science Behind ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’

Posted by in categories: cosmology, entertainment, science

Do multiverses exist? Is our universe one of many? The multiverse is a key plot device in the hit movie Everything Everywhere All At Once.

But does the multiverse have any basis in science?

Oscars 2023: Cosmologists are trying to figure out if there’s a group of multiple universes running parallel to each other—as seen in the hit movie “Everything Everywhere All At Once”—and whether they might be habitable.

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Mar 9, 2023

Computer modelling for molecular science — with Sir Richard Catlow

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, computing, genetics, information science, nanotechnology, science, space

High-performance, realistic computer simulations are crucially important for science and engineering, even allowing scientists to predict how individual molecules will behave.

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Mar 6, 2023

Anti-aging Supplements: Science, Snake Oil, and How Do We Know?

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biotech/medical, genetics, life extension, science

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In this Ask Me Anything interview, Prof. Matt Kaeberlein discusses the evidence (and lack thereof) behind popular anti-aging supplements and interventions. Starting from his current research on rapamycin for healthy longevity in dogs (The Dog Aging Project), he describes the promises and perils of anti-aging medicine and shares with us some tips on how to become better critical thinkers and protect us from hype and snake oil.

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Mar 6, 2023

Resonance Science Foundation — Explore the Connected Universe

Posted by in categories: education, physics, science, space

Resonance Science Foundation is a global research and education non-profit organization (501c3) committed to the unification of physics and science as a whole.

Founded by physicist Nassim Haramein in 2004, the RSF team of researchers and educators have developed a formal unified view of physics. These findings have implications and applications to revolutionary technologies that transform people’s lives and the world as a whole, helping to overcome some of the largest challenges facing the world today.

RSF also provides educational opportunities through the Resonance Academy, an online learning platform and international learning community that empowers people to gain a coherent and fundamental understanding of the structure, mechanics and dynamics of the universe.

Mar 5, 2023

Is science about to end? | Sabine Hossenfelder

Posted by in categories: computing, information science, particle physics, quantum physics, science

Short and sweet. Everyone needs a daily dose of Sabine.

Is science close to explaining everything about our universe? Physicist Sabine Hossenfelder reacts.

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Mar 5, 2023

Evolutionary Biologist Lynn Margulis on the Spirituality of Science and the Interconnectedness of Life Across Time, Space, and Species

Posted by in categories: science, space

The fact that we are connected through space and time shows that life is a unitary phenomenon, no matter how we express that fact.

Mar 4, 2023

Can Brain Science Explain Why We Like Certain Artworks?

Posted by in categories: media & arts, neuroscience, science

Why do some people love Impressionist paintings like Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies” (1906) while others can’t understand the hype? The question of aesthetic taste has stumped scholars for centuries. Now, neuroscientists at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) say they have come closer to decoding how the brain decides which artworks it deems good or attractive.

In a study published in the scientific journal Nature Communications, CalTech Professor John O’Doherty and other researchers propose that the mind creates an opinion of an artwork after dissecting it into discrete elements. Basic features, such as color and texture, and complex qualities, like style, are ranked and weighed individually to make a judgment.

Feb 24, 2023

Mind-Blowing AI Breakthroughs in Science (Physics, Astrophysics and Math)!

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, mathematics, robotics/AI, science

Now, THIS is useful AI — controlling Nuclear Fusion reactions.

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In this Video I discuss Recent AI Breakthroughs in Science — in Physics, Astrophysics… and Math!

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Feb 24, 2023

Science On Why Banana Leaves Have Been a Part of Indian Food For Centuries

Posted by in categories: food, health, science

Whether it is steamed idli, Gujarati snack, panki; Parsi’s patra ni machchi, Assam’s bhapot diya maach or the elaborate Onam Sandhya from Kerala, the humble banana leaf has found its way into many cuisines.

It is also very versatile as food can be steamed, grilled and deep-fried. It can also be used as a serving plate and packaging material.

While banana leaves have been an integral part of the desi food and traditions, did you know there are health benefits to it as well?

Feb 23, 2023

How Science Made Humanity Less Special

Posted by in category: science

The story of how humanity discovered its place in the universe.

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