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17 Aug 2017 17:22

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17 Aug 2017 17:42

Really cool video -- love the explanation of storm dynamics.  The power source for the storms on giant planets is very interesting!
 
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18 Aug 2017 21:33


it talks about dark matter.
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22 Aug 2017 00:28

In that last Spacetime video, when he explains why there must be equally.much matter and antimatter, that's not true if he adds a dimension.
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22 Aug 2017 15:23

midtskogen wrote:
In that last Spacetime video, when he explains why there must be equally.much matter and antimatter, that's not true if he adds a dimension.

This is true and parity isn't conserved in all cases.
 
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24 Aug 2017 08:44

DoctorOfSpace wrote:

It's cool and amazing how much a black hole can really be.
For most people, one someone mentions something about a black hole the only thing they think of is a black sphere (or even sometimes misunderstood as a 2 dimensional hole) that devours anything in its path.
but there's SO much more to a black hole then just "A cosmic killing mass"
But black holes might be key, to understanding the nature of reality itself. - Kurzgesagt - In a nutshell
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24 Aug 2017 11:03

DoctorOfSpace, with that title you could think we really discovered alien life. i saw your post and pressed the news link after a second lol  :D
i first log in to the forum after hours not on pc
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30 Aug 2017 08:48

Robert Miles from Computerphile started his own youtube channel a while back, it's quite good











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"Exploration is in our nature. We began as wanderers, and we are wanderers still"
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05 Sep 2017 02:41

DoctorOfSpace, that's a really beautiful experiment.
 
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05 Sep 2017 03:06

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DoctorOfSpace, that's a really beautiful experiment.

Wow, sure is- it looks like sunshine in a bottle :-)
 
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