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Astrophysics 2
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The Universe is pure TECH disguised within natural forces
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The Universe is pure technology embedded in Mother Nature
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The Universe is actually pure technology
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The Universe is technology, not cotton candy
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The Universe is pure technology and so are you
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The Universe is pure technology that is disguised as natural phenomena
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BY JIM FLINK You're watching multisource science news analysis from Newsy “So let’s start with integration by parts. And don’t worry, I am here to help you with all your math phobias. So we have integration by parts, I can go back to calculus one, and say, d by bx..” (YouTube / mathboysmom) That’s 12-year-old Jacob Barnett doing what all kids do -- advanced calculus -- on the back window of his house. Absolutely -- normal. Right? TIME explains -- while there may be no such thing as normal -- Jacob’s a little extraordinary. “...he didn't speak until the age of two...he started solving 5,000 piece puzzles by the age of 3. The 12-year-old taught himself calculus, algebra and geometry in two weeks...He left high school at the ripe old age of eight and has been attending college-level advanced astrophysics classes ever since.” Technically, Jacob has a form of autism -- called Asperger’s syndrome. His parents were told he’d always be in special education classes. Uh -- wrong! A writer for Towson Unviersity’s TowerLight says, having that kid in class -- would be humbling. “….don’t feel bad, Jake Barnett’s IQ (170) is 10 points higher than Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking. Damn. How would you feel, sitting in the middle of your astrophysics class (like you would be in astrophysics)...watching a kid who still thinks light up shoes are cool... breeze past advance quantum mechanics.” Light up shoes? How about enlightening us on the origins of the universe. You know -- the Big Bang Theory? Boy Genius Barnett says -- it couldn’t have happened. Here’s the Indianapolis Star -- to -- try to explain in Jacob’s own words. “...in the big-bang theory...there is this big explosion...this period where they suppose the hydrogen and helium were created...but I thought, wouldn't there have to be some sort of carbon?...the carbon would have to be coming out of the stars and hence the Earth, made mostly of carbon, (or) we wouldn't be here.” Right, and while he’s on the subject, Yahoo! reports, Jacob has a few other notes for Einstein -- if only he’d pick up the phone. “So personally I believe that there would be a different universal speed limit, that isn’t the speed of light, but probably slightly larger than it. Maybe point-9 times larger. Haven’t quite worked it out yet, to the point that it is actually related to the density of the universe.” DVICE notes, while Einstein may not be tracking, other scientists are. One -- from Princeton wrote the family saying -- Jacob’s on the right track. “The theory that he's working on involves several of the toughest problems in astrophysics and theoretical physics. Anyone who solves these will be in line for a Nobel Prize.” Wanna follow along? Jacob’s mom has her own YouTube channel. We have the link in our transcript section. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
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*******www.truelightoflife**** vxyx2z *******www.insight.spruz com __ What is The God Theory? --- The idea goes back to one of the founders of modern astrophysics, Sir James Jeans, who wrote that the universe seemed to him to be more like a great thought than like a great machine. --- There are good reasons to think so. It is now accepted in astrophysics that several key properties of the Universe and the laws of physics have "just right" values that enable life to arise and evolve. --- All universes arise at random, probably from quantum fluctuations. --- This implicitly assumes that some kinds of laws or fields preexist to allow quantum fluctuations to arise. No laws, no action. And of course this also implies that these universes, ours included, have no purpose because they arise out of random processes. --- I am simply proposing that rather than purposeless laws or fields preexisting, it is a supreme intelligence that preexists, and that the ideas of this intelligence give rise to laws of physics that create universes, so call this underlying intelligence God. Both origin explanations are equally logical and equally beyond proof at this time, but there is a purpose behind the God interpretation.
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Short trailer - Spacegeek is a space video linking science and society through themes relating to the cosmos. Full video, extras and free alias at *******spacegeek****
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Comet impacts witness a time when they brought destruction to our planet. Could it be that they also brought Life? Follow renowned author and astrophysicst Doc P in this 7-min video. Better quality video (same file size in QT) and extras at *******Spacegeek****
1 Apr 2007
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500 years ago, Giordano Bruno was burnt in Rome for claiming stars were planetary systems like ours, why? In this 6-min episode, the Pope, Giordano Bruno and Freud debate this in heaven... GOTO http:spacegeek**** to watch this video with much better quality, the metacafe processing degrades image. Also get a free aliasspacegeek**** !
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Doctor P explains a few things about himself, Creationists and academia
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Cool animation showing how a cloud of gas turns into a starfield. Animations by Matthew Bate at the University of Exeter.
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