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  • The Fifth Force of the Universe

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  • NASA Researchers Discover a Parallel Universe That Runs Backwards through Time - Alongside Us

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    It was one of the scientific sensations of the year 2020. For the first time evidence was presented for the existence of a parallel universe. As thought that weren’t enough, the universe was described preciesely. It is said to have originated at the same time as our universe and to be a direct mirror of it. That means that, from our point of view, time runs backwards in the parallel universe. If you assume this theory comes from unserious tin-foil-hatists and conspiracy theorists, you’re wrong, because none other than NASA scientists have presented this sensational thesis. In this video we’ll give you all the information you need to understand the theory of the parallel universe running backwards.

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  • Whats The Most Powerful Object In The Universe?

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    Supermassive black holes, magnetars, neutron stars, and starburst galaxies are the most herculean things in the observable universe. But is there anything that is even more powerful than these beasts? The objects that we're going to talk about in this episode of the series shine so brightly that they can eclipse an entire galaxy that contains them. This means their energy output per second is more than that of about 100 billion stars together. These powerful dynamos have fascinated astronomers since their discovery half a century ago. They are none other than the mighty quasars!

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  • The Universes Largest Explosion Just Occurred!

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    The universe's largest explosion just occurred and we're here to tell you all about it. For the longest time, astronomers have been pondering the idea of what the big bang was. From supernova explosions observed by the chandra xray observatory, to other incredible space telescopes, scientists are trying to figure out the true mysteries of the universe.

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  • Why Is The Universe Perfect?

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  • Scientists Just Announced That After Sending This Message Into The Cosmos Something Finally Replied

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    Scientists just announced that after sending this message into the Cosmos something finally replied. Today, we take a look at this message that we sent into the Cosmos.

    Space is vast, and it's unlikely that we ever unravel all of its secrets. Some scientists have even come forward and said that our universe is so complex that our brains are too small to understand it. Every year we discover new galaxies and exoplanets that give us an insight into how vast the universe is. It's not known if complex life forms exist on these solar bodies, after all we only know life on this planet, and sometimes we have a habit of comparing our planet to others. It's anyone's guess as to what exists on far out planets.

    So today, we take a look at this compilation of interesting space discoveries.

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  • Why Is Gravity So Weak?

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  • The Bizarre Boltzmann Brain Hypothesis Explained by Brian Greene

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    The universe is stranger than we imagine. Over an extremely large but not infinite amount of time, by sheer chance, atoms in a void could spontaneously come together in such a way as to assemble a functioning human brain.
    The American theoretical physicist, mathematician, and string theorist Brian Greene explains the Boltzmann Brain Hypothesis.

    According to Brian Greene, there could be a brain floating in space that just happens to have the particle configuration exactly as your brain does. The probabilistic nature of quantum physics with the combination of virtually unlimited time can yield to such an outcome.

    The Boltzmann brain argument suggests that it is more likely for a single brain to spontaneously and briefly form in a void (complete with a false memory of having existed in our universe) than it is for the universe to have come about as the result of a random fluctuation in a universe in thermal equilibrium.

    The idea is named after the Austrian physicist Ludwig Boltzmann who, in 1896, published a theory that tried to account for the fact that humans find themselves in a universe that is not as chaotic as the budding field of thermodynamics seemed to predict. He offered several explanations, one of them being that the universe, even one that is fully random (or at thermal equilibrium), would spontaneously fluctuate to a more ordered (or low-entropy) state.

    While the first law of thermodynamics states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but only altered in form, the second law of thermodynamics, says that the entropy of a closed system always increases. Since the universe that we know of is a closed system, we would expect the entropy to increase over time. This means that, given enough time, the most likely state of the universe is one where everything is in thermodynamic equilibrium, but we clearly don't exist in a universe of this type since, after all, there is order all around us in various forms, not the least of which is the fact that life exists.

    Brian Greene thinks there can be pockets of order forming within the overall tendency toward disorder.

    In case the idea of the Boltzmann turns out to be wrong, there is still a chance that indeed this reality we perceive is not actually real. A somewhat similar example to the Boltzmann brain paradox, is the simulation hypothesis which according to Dr. Greene is the most radical of them all.

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  • What Was The Big Bang?

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  • The Beginning of Our Universe | The Big Bang and the Theory of Everything

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    The Big Bang didn't just happen 14 billion years ago—it's still happening now. This means the universe is still expanding, celestial bodies are moving farther away from us, and a hidden signature of the event is in the air all around us. Expand your own universe with help from a Fermilab scientist.

    This video is episode 22 from the series The Theory of Everything: The Quest to Explain All Reality, presented by Don Lincoln.

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    00:00 The Big Bang Basics
    03:34 The Surprising Uniformity of Our Universe
    09:55 What Inflation Theory Reveals about the Universe
    15:43 Current Theory on the Big Bang
    17:47 Planck Epoch and Grand Unified Epoch
    21:22 Does Supersymmetry Exist?
    23:12 Quark Epoch Leads to Hadron Era
    25:40 The Universe Becomes Transparent
    27:33 Gravity Takes Over the Universe
    29:02 Universal Expansion Starts Accelerating

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  • Why Is The Universe Out Of Balance?

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  • The Four Fundamental Forces of nature - Origin & Function

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    if you took a notebook, a plastic bottle, a toaster, and a glass container and burned them in a fire hot enough, around 10^31 degrees Celsius, all the particles and forces, would become one entity. This is what is believed to have existed at the moment of the big bang.

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    All matter is composed of 6 quarks and 6 leptons and their 12 antiparticle pairs. But matter is subject to 4 fundamental forces that result in every action in the universe. These 4 forces are the strong force which binds the nuclei of atoms together, the weak force which is responsible for some kinds of radioactivity, electromagnetism responsible for the root cause of chemistry, and gravity which binds us to the earth.

    The best way to understand this and how these forces emerged is to visualize what happened at the big bang, when everything was one. Time began at the smallest time, Planck time, 10^-43 seconds. We are ignorant of anything that might have occurred prior to this 1st epoch of existence, called the Planck Epoch.

    All the forces and particles were in a point smaller than the size of a proton. Gravity separated from everything else, as it was the first force to separate out from the other 3 forces. The temperatures at this stage were 10^31 degrees Celsius, and the energies were in the range of 10^19 giga electron volts. The strings of string theory and the loops of loop quantum gravity, if those theories are correct, come into existence here.

    The next era, called the Grand Unified epoch lasts from the first Planck second up to about 10^-35 seconds. The Strong and weak force and electromagnetism were all unified. But shortly after this period, the strong force separated from the other two - electromagnetism and the weak force, which were united as one force called the electroweak force. Temperatures were now around 10^26 degrees Celsius. Cosmic inflation occurred. The universe which went from tinier than the size of a proton to the size of a grapefruit.

    At 10^-12 seconds, called the quark epoch, the electroweak force split into the weak force and electromagnetism. So at this point, all the 4 forces became distinct. The temperature of the universe cooled to 10^15 degrees Celcius, and energies are about 100 GeV. We know a lot about the universe up to this era because such energy levels can be modeled in particle accelerators. The Higgs field exists at this stage.

    That brings us to today, 13.8 billion years later, where the average temperature of the universe is -270 degrees C, and energy is 0.25 eV

    Gravity and electromagnetism are similar in that their mathematical formulas look nearly identical. Newtons law of universal gravitation is F= G Mm/r^2 . were G is Newton’s gravitational constant. Coulomb’s law of electric force between charged bodies is F = k Qq/r^2 where k is Coulomb’s constant.

    This means that the earth has a gravitational effect not just on the moon, but also some effect on every other massive object in the universe. This is a very small effect, but it is non zero. And since gravity effects all masses, this effect is the most influential force on a cosmic scale.

    But the electrostatic force between charges also extends infinitely far away. And this force is much greater than the force of gravity - 10^36 times greater. So why isn’t electromagnetism the most dominant force in the universe? ...because on large scales electric charges of most objects tend to cancel each other out. Large objects tend to be neutral. If large things were not electrically neutral, this force would completely dominate the universe. But Electromagnetism still has a big influence. It is the basis of all chemistry.

    So if electromagnetism is so strong, then what keeps multiple protons bound in the nucleus of atoms? They are kept glued together with a force one hundred times stronger, the strong nuclear force. However, it extends only as far as the width of a proton. This force is not simply the opposite of electromagnetism because it also holds electrically neutral atoms in the center of atoms.

    The release of this force is the energy behind nuclear bombs. The fission and fusion of atoms releases huge amounts of binding energy from the nucleus, which results from the strong force. It is also responsible for most of the mass of any object, not the Higgs Field.
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    The weak force is responsible for beta radiation, which is the emission of electrons or positrons. One of the most important processes in nature is the beta decay of a neutron. If this decay did not occur, then the universe would have been full of neutrons, and no atoms would have ever formed. And we would not have life. But it’s effective length is only about one thousandth the diameter of a proton.

  • What Really Is Everything?

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  • 10 Beings Who Have Defeated The Celestials

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    The Celestials have destroyed planets and created life, so who could possibly be stronger than these cosmic-powered beings? The Celestials wield the Power Cosmic and their abilities are almost limitless. Even though they're some of the most incredibly powerful entities ever to exist, they're not the most powerful. Yes, when it comes to power, there are those even the mighty Celestials have to bow to. There are always bigger fish in the sea and these are the 10 characters who have defeated the Celestials in comic books.

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  • Why Is The Universe The Same Everywhere?

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  • The FORBIDDEN Force Ability That Only Starkiller Used - Star Wars Explained

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  • Electroweak Theory and the Origin of the Fundamental Forces

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  • Our Universe Is A Simulation - Heres How Its Rendered

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    Our universe is a simulation. Science is finally coming around to the idea with 50% of physicists now on board with the simulation argument. But have you ever wondered how our simulation is rendered? I mean is it projected through a super computer or is it all a projection in the mind of God? Well, fortunately we have Tom Campbell and his MBT theory to help explain it all. The surprising thing is that we can compare the rendering of our universe to many video games, especially one called No Man's Sky, which debuted in 2016. If you want to know the secrets of how our simulation happens, then stay tuned to the entire video and enjoy. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment section. And big thank you to everyone who has donated to the channel and who has been a long-time viewer and supporter. I appreciate it.


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  • Where Did Dark Matter And Dark Energy Come From?

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  • The Most Successful Scientific Theory Ever: The Standard Model

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    The Standard Model of particle physics is the most successful scientific theory of all time. It describes how everything in the universe is made of 12 different types of matter particles, interacting with three forces, all bound together by a rather special particle called the Higgs boson. It’s the pinnacle of 400 years of science and gives the correct answer to hundreds of thousands of experiments. In this explainer, Cambridge University physicist David Tong recreates the model, piece by piece, to provide some intuition for how the fundamental building blocks of our universe fit together. At the end of the video, he also points out what’s missing from the model and what work is left to do in order to complete the Theory of Everything.

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  • What Was The Universe Like IMMEDIATELY After The Big Bang?

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  • Did Scientists Just Prove That Light Creates Matter? | Unveiled

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  • Why Gravity is NOT a Force

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    The General Theory of Relativity tells us gravity is not a force, gravitational fields don't exist. Objects tend to move on straight paths through curved spacetime. Thanks to Caséta by Lutron for sponsoring this video. Find out more at:

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  • What If Humanity Lives In a Level III Multiverse? | Unveiled

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    What does the third level of the multiverse look like? Join us... and find out!

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  • Is There One All Powerful SUPERFORCE Controlling The Universe?

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  • Take you through the history of the universe of 13.8 billion in four minutes

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  • Full Movie Eng The exact size of the universe is unknown.,

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    Most of the stars in our galaxy are thought to host their own families of planets. The Milky Way galaxy is just one of billion of galaxies in the universe. The universe is a vast expanse of space which contains all of everything in existence.,

  • The Superintelligence That Created a Universe

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    It was the end of the universe, and the last consciousness was thinking... In this next chapter of the Cosmic Virus series, we see how FRIDGE comes to terms with the damage It has caused throughout the universe. Countless civilizations destroyed, and a brain that is malfunctioning; will It manage to fix all the havoc It created?

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  • What Will the Universe Be Like without Humans? The Anthropic Principle

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  • In Our Time: S4/17 The Universes Shape

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    Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the shape of the universe. In the Beginning, runs one account, was the Big Bang. All matter in existence today originated around 13 billion years ago in a phenomenally hot, extraordinarily condensed primordial atom that exploded with incredible force. Hydrogen and helium were shot across the firmament, gravity caused the gases to condense into clouds and in these clouds the first stars were formed, then galaxies came and more galaxies in clusters, onwards and outwards, ever expanding. It is still expanding, runs the orthodox account, and may even be speeding up. It is still creating new galaxies and it continues to colonise more and more of infinite space, despite the fact that it is supposedly infinite itself.So, if our universe is expanding, what is it expanding into? If it is already infinite how can it be getting any bigger? And is there really only one?

    With Sir Martin Rees, Royal Society Research Professor in Astronomy and Physics, Cambridge University; Julian Barbour, Independent Theoretical Physicist; Janna Levin, Advanced Fellow in Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge.

  • The First Three Minutes: A Modern View Of The Origin Of The Universe

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    The scenario of the inflationary universe represents, at present, the best model in our possession to explain the origin of the cosmos. Here we can watch the First Three Minute of the universe.we have a Modern View Of The Origin Of The Universe.
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    The nature of superforce is for us almost completely mysterious, since its precise description is the final goal of physicists engaged in the research of the so called theory of everything. The theory currently most credited to play this role is the theory of superstrings, according to which the primordial universe would have had, in addition to the usual four space-time dimensions, other dimensions: they would have remained as wrapped on themselves at Planck scale,
    2° frame. The scene shows us now the universe on the eve of a great and unrepeatable moment: inflation. 10-35 seconds have passed since creation, the universe has a size of 10-28 meters, temperature has dropped to 1028 degrees. Another separation of forces is about to take place: electronuclear force is divided into strong nuclear force and electroweak force.
    3rd frame. Inflation is over. Universe is old by 10-32 seconds, and temperature is 1025 degrees. Symmetry breaking between forces has happened, excited vacuum has released its immense energy in form of radiation, real particles of matter and antimatter have formed, and in short, universe slowly starts to take a more familiar shape.
    4th frame. Arrived at the age of 10-12 seconds, the universe has a temperature of 1015 degrees and has now considerable size: a radius of about 300 million kilometers, twice the distance between Earth and Sun.
    5th frame. We are now one millionth of second after the initial instant: the universe is a sphere more or less as big as our solar system, that is 10 billion kilometers.
    Frame 6. At the age of one second, the temperature is 10 billion degrees, roughly a thousand times the temperature we measure today at the center of the Sun. The universe is experiencing a second great annihilation. This time, after protons and neutrons, electrons and positons are the ones to pay the price.
    7th frame. The creation movie has arrived at three minutes from the beginning of time. The temperature has dropped to one billion degrees, approximately the temperature that exists inside the hottest stars.
    Frame 8. Let's now take a big jump forward, to about 300,000 years after the big bang, to the time of recombination. Actually, between the previous frame and this one, not much has happened, if we exclude the incessant cosmic expansion, moreover always slower.
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  • Why 700 Stars Have Mysteriously Disappeared?

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    From what is apparently happening out in space, to what we're doing to try and figure everything out, and more! Join us as we reveal to you why 700 stars have mysteriously vanished!
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    The reason we bring this up is that there's a bit of a mystery going on in the depths of outer space that honestly doesn't have a clear answer as of yet. What is that mystery? Stars...are disappearing from the sky.
    At first, this might not seem like a big deal, mainly because in the grand scope of the universe the idea of a star going away suddenly is possible given certain factors. Such as how it's reached the end of its life, or it's been absorbed by a black hole or something equally grand.
    The problem here is that the stars in question aren't singular, they're numerous. Just in recent measurements, there appears to be over 700 stars missing and there's no clue as to how they suddenly blinked out of existence. A handful of stars vanishing can be explained across a large universe, but hundreds in a short period of time? Ones that WEREN'T near their ending life points or had objects that were trying to destroy the stars? Yeah, that's a different thing entirely.
    Thankfully, there are some people who are trying to figure this out:
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  • BBC--The Sky at Night | Different Planet Different Sky | BBC Documentary | Dark Matter ™

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  • Paul Steinhardt - Time to Take the ‘Big Bang’ out of the Big Bang Theory?

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    A wide range of empirical evidence supports the notion that the universe has been expanding and cooling for the last 14 billion years. However, the idea that it began with a bang is pure speculation based on extrapolating back in time, assuming equations remain valid under conditions far beyond where they have been tested. In this talk, Paul Steinhardt will explain why it may be time to jettison the Big Bang. Namely, a series of recent advances strongly suggest that the only way to describe the remarkable homogeneity and isotropy observed on large scales may be if the universe first underwent a period of ultra-slow contraction. In that case, it is essential to replace the bang with a ‘bounce’ — a smooth transition from contraction to a dense, hot universe that proceeds to expand and cool. Among possible implications is a novel kind of cyclic theory of cosmic evolution. More details:

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  • Controlling the Universe

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  • Multiverse Theory | Explained | MN Channel #multiverse #multiversetheory #whatismultiverse

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    This Video Explains useful information on the Multiverses.
    Early recorded examples of the idea of infinite worlds existed in the philosophy of Ancient Greek Atomism, which proposed that infinite parallel worlds arose from the collision of atoms. In the third century BCE, the philosopher Chrysippus suggested that the world eternally expired and regenerated, effectively suggesting the existence of multiple universes across time.
    [1] The concept of multiple universes became more defined in the Middle Ages. In Dublin in 1952, Erwin Schrödinger gave a lecture in which he jocularly warned his audience that what he was about to say might seem lunatic. He said that when his equations seemed to describe several different histories, these were not alternatives, but all happen simultaneously.
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  • Geology Lss the solar system

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    For thousands of years, inspired by the star-filled dark night sky, people have wondered what lies beyond Earth. Today, the search for signs of life is a key factor in modern-day planetary exploration. Astronomers have found thousands of planets that orbit nearby stars, called “exoplanets”. Next-generation telescopes will enable us to study gases in rocky exoplanet atmospheres, including gases that might be attributed to life. Closer to home, astronomers have recently and unexpectedly detected phosphine gas on our sister planet Venus, which might possibly indicate the presence of life or may be explained by unusual chemistry. Professor Sara Seager, one of the world’s leading experts on the search for Earth-like planets and life beyond Earth, will share the latest advances in this revolutionary field.

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  • A Little Talk About Aliens: Techno-Signatures and the New Science of Life in the Universe.

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    Dr. Adam Frank (U of Rochester)
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    Dr. Frank first discusses the history of our search for extra-terrestrial intelligence (SETI), including the Drake Equation, the Fermi Paradox, and the searches for radio messages from other civilizations that have taken place since 1960. He then explains how new research and funding is expanding our thinking about the ways we might find evidence of intelligent life among the stars. He focuses on techno-signatures -- ways in which we might identify signs of alien technology. Dr. Frank summarizes the work in papers he has published and the research and ideas of scientists around the world.

    Dr. Adam Frank is a leading expert on the final stages in the evolution for stars like the Sun, but his current work also focuses on life in the universe. His research group at the University of Rochester has developed advanced supercomputer tools for studying how stars form and how planets evolve. His most recent book is Light of the Stars: Alien Worlds and the Fate of the Earth, which won the 2019 Phi Beta Kappa Award for Science. He has written two other books, The Constant Fire: Beyond the Religion and Science Debate, and About Time: Cosmology and Culture at the Twilight of the Big Bang. He is the co-founder of the blog 13.8 on BigThink.com and an on-air commentator for NPR’s All Things Considered. He has contributed pieces to the New York Times, NBC, The Washington Post and elsewhere, and served as the science consultant for Marvel’s Doctor Strange.

  • Who is He-Man? The Most Powerful Man in the Universe!

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    This video explores the abilities, powers, and origin of the Masters of the Universe character He-Man. From Prince Adam of Eternia living a royal life as the son of King Randor and the human woman become Queen Marlena, the Sorceress of Castle Grayskull giving Adam the ability to transform into the most powerful being in his universe by lifting his Power Sword and quoting By the power of Grayskull, I have the power, using the same energies to change his timid cat Cringer into the fearless Battle Cat, having the physical strength to contend with beings like Superman as well as being represented within all of the major comic book publishers, defeating villains that threaten the Kingdom of Eternia alongside allies like Teela and Man-At-Arms as well as Orco and his long-lost twin sister She-Ra: Princess of Power, to his never-ending rivalry with his villainous nemesis Skeletor; Let's take a look at this classic action figure / animated series superhero become comic book enigma, and the unbeatably powerful hero that Eternia deserves. This includes a short, canon character biography and my own opinionated Sage Rating, which I use to give ratings of comic book and science fiction characters.



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  • 15 - What are Grand Unified Theories? | Why This Universe

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    These theories aim to explain all of the fundamental forces (except gravity) in one neat package. How does it work?

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  • TOP 10 Most POWERFUL DC Characters

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    Who is the most powerful DC character?

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    Superheroes are everywhere these days, and the DC Universe in particular is having a moment with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice right around the corner. With all the superhero movies and television shows popping up all the time, it’s easy to forget the plethora of superheroes relegated to comic book glory. The DCU is positively bursting with superpowered heroes, and while all superpowers can be great, it’s hard to deny that some are simply better than others. But with a world full of superheroes, how do you know which one is the most powerful?

    In order to answer that question, we’ve crafted a list of the 12 Most Powerful DCU Superheroes. Note that we didn’t include any superheroes who appear only (or mainly) in the DC Vertigo Imprint. We also focused on the superheroes who most often engage in super-heroics. While the Source is basically the source of all that exists (and thus super powerful), the Source doesn’t actually get its hands dirty with the fighting and protecting business like our favorite men and women in tights.

    Zatanna debuted in 1964 and started out as a successful stage magician. She comes from a long lineage of magicians (including Nicholas Flamel and Nostradamus), which has made her one of the most powerful magicians in the DC Universe. She casts spells by speaking backwards in tribute to her magician father, but other than the need to speak or read, there seems to be little limit to her magical abilities.

    The Green Lantern Corps is an intergalactic police force to which the Green Lantern belongs – meaning his superpowered adventures take him to the ends of the universe. The Green Lantern’s power comes from his power ring, which uses his willpower to translates his ideas into physical objects and constructs. A construct can basically be anything, so the limit to Green Lantern’s power seems to be his own imagination. The power ring also allows the Green Lantern Corps to travel quickly across the universe, translate any language, and survive in any environment.

    Martian Manhunter hails from the planet Mars, but his origin story depends on the version you read. In the New 52 Universe, Martian Manhunter, originally J’onn J’onzz, traveled to Earth to undergo a Rite of Passage that would show him what it meant to be truly alone. But when he came back, his Martian home was burnt to ashes, and he was unable to telepathically connect to anyone from his race. In an earlier version, he spent years training as a Martian Manhunter (a sort of Martian peace keeper) that granted him combat and detective skills that he used in his superheroic work.

    Billy Batson started as a normal boy, but the wizard Shazam granted him the powers of the elders due to Billy’s altruism and optimism. Whenever Billy spoke the word SHAZAM! aloud, he would gain the powers of Solomon, Hercules, Atlas, Zeus, Achilles, and Mercury. In a flash of lightning, he changed from adolescent boy into an adult superhero. Originally known as Captain Marvel (short for Captain Marvelous), the superhero is presently referred to as Shazam, due to confusion with another, Marvel-owned Captain Marvel.

    The Phantom Stranger, despite his immense power, remains a mysterious figure in the DCU, with several different origin stories and little known truth about his powers. It is said that his magical prowess is near limitless, but it hasn’t specifically been defined. He can create energy bolts, travel through dimensions, and dispel magic. He is also omniscient. There is nothing in the DCU that Phantom Stranger doesn’t know.

    Known for his super-strength and flight, it’s almost harder to come up with a superpower that Superman doesn’t have. In some iterations, he’s even been known to have super-weaving powers. But more importantly, most other DC characters consider Superman’s strength as almost unparalleled on Earth. While he’s generally considered slower than the Flash, he’s also super quick, especially during flight, where he can move at superluminal speeds while in space.

    He is said to be capable of any feat he can imagine. He can warp reality and control time. He is immortal, though he can be injured or slain by powerful magic or advanced enough technology. But Spectre is prone to being tricked, which often results in mistakes and harm to the innocent, making him feel a little more like a villain sometimes.

  • Martin Rees - Will the Universe Ever End?

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    What does it mean to ask about the end of the universe? Can the universe even have an end? What would end? In the far, far future, what happens to stars, galaxies, and black holes? What about mass and energy, even space and time? What's the 'Big Crunch' and the 'Big Rip'? And what if there are multiple universes, will the multiverse ever end?

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  • Scientists Want To 3D Print Bones in Your Body

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    For the first time ever, scientists have figured out a way to 3D print bones using living cells. A team at UNSW Sydney has developed a new technique that's taken us one step closer to directly 3D printing bones into a human body.
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    3D printing has revolutionized our world, providing endless opportunities from printing homes, to even modeling organs. And now, scientists are tackling the challenge of incorporating living cells into bone-like structures using a new ceramic ink. This could one day allow surgeons to repair damaged bones by applying ink directly into the injury.

    Until now, if you needed a 3D printed bone it had to be premade in a lab somewhere, and the process involved using either high-temperature furnaces or toxic materials. Any living cells have to be added after the bone was printed.

    What’s cool about this new 3D printing technique is it eliminates the toxic chemicals and extreme heat by printing at room temperature with a unique new ink on demand and with live cells ready to grow.

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    Desktop Health announced today that it has received FDA 510(k) clearance for Flexcera Base, a proprietary resin for use in 3D printing high-quality dental prosthetics. It reportedly improves on existing 3D-printed dentures because of its enhanced fracture resistance and appearance.

    3D Printing Bone Directly Into the Body

    Next, Roohani hopes to work with surgeons, dentists and others to explore healthcare and research applications of COBICS, and pursue a path to regulatory approval. In the US, the FDA has already signaled that 3D-printed bone technologies are eligible for FDA clearance.

    LEGO-Inspired 3D-Printed Bricks Help Broken Bones Heal Faster

    Inspired by Lego blocks, the small, hollow bricks serve as scaffolding onto which both hard and soft tissue can regrow better than today’s standard regeneration methods, according to new research published in Advanced Materials on July 23, 2020 Each brick is 1.5 millimeters cubed, or roughly the size of a small flea.
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  • Grand Unified Theory | Trailer | Gabrielle Rose | Kendall Cross | Emma Grabinsky

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    During one fateful weekend, the family of brilliant astrophysicist Albert James has a complete meltdown, setting in motion a raucous and hilarious series of events that mirror his radical theories of the behavior of the universe.

    The film features Vancouver-based actors Kendall Cross (The 100), Maxwell Haynes (The Killing), Scott Bellis (founding member of Bard on the Beach), and Emma Grabinsky (Mr. Hockey). Ray spent over a year casting all the parts and is the first starring role for all of the leads, familiar in supporting roles on much larger Hollywood fare. His supporting cast is filled with local luminaries like Gabrielle Rose (The Sweet Hereafter), Manoj Sood (Little Mosque on the Prairie), Richard Side (Elf), Darla Fay (Juno) and Alan Harmon (If I had Wings).

    Director: David Ray
    Writer: David Ray
    Stars: Gabrielle Rose, Kendall Cross, Emma Grabinsky, Scott Bellis, Manoj Sood, Richard Side, Darla Fay

    Cast
    Gabrielle Rose as Amanda Levy
    Kendall Cross as Rita
    Emma Grabinsky as Lauren
    Richard Side as Bhoem
    Nils Hognestad as Sabrina
    Scott Bellis as Albert
    Niki Wipf as Carleen
    Diana Pavlovská as Ms Bashka
    Ely Jackson as Sakhah (as Elysha Jackson)
    Allan Harmon as Skyler
    Manoj Sood as Dr. Al-Razi

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  • Dr Eve Vavagiakis The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: Probing the Baryon Content w/ Sunyaev-Zeldovich

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    Eve Vavagiakis presents her recent paper, The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: Probing the Baryon Content of SDSS DR15 Galaxies with the Thermal and Kinematic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effects. The paper combines data from the last decade of ACT, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, and Planck to estimate the optical depth (which depends on baryon content) using both the thermal and kinetic SZ effects. This is an analysis that telescopes like the Simons Observatory LAT should be able to improve upon in the future too.
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