Video: Brian Cox Visits The World’s Biggest Vacuum Chamber

I keep watching this over and over. I don’t know why this experiment is fascinating to me. The idea that things might not be falling instead, they are just there floating is space until another force interferes, is fucking fantastic. Realizing that perspective plays a huge role on how we look at things. It reminds me of the wave/particle experiment. If you remember, how sometimes light acts as particle and sometimes as wave, I have a feeling it all has to do with perspective as well. Anyway must watch 🙂

Video: Brian Cox – Why We Need The Explorers

Video: The Universe – Brian Cox Lecture

You can’t speak about the universe and not mention Richard Feynman and Albert Einstein.  These two great men discovered two main principles in physics. Einstein dedicated his life to understand the world of the very big, general relativity and Feynman focused on the world of the very small, quantum physics. In this lecture, Brian Cox beautifully describes the role of scientific thinking and how these two men changed the way we think about the universe up until this day. Enjoy!

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