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Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains Gravitational Waves and Gravitons
Confused about gravitational waves and gravitons? You’re not alone! Especially since we’ve never directly detected either one. But, as Neil deGrasse Tyson says to Leighann Lord in answering a fan’s Cosmic Query, “We’ve got top people working on it.” Find out about LIGO (the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Observatory) and how we’d know if a gravitional wave passed across us. You’ll also hear about how a scientist from Bronx High School of Science won the Nobel Prize in Physics for using binary pulsars to measure gravity waves. This "Behind the Scenes" video was shot during the recording of our episode, “Cosmic Queries: Gravity.” You can listen to the full podcast here: http://www.startalkradio.net/show/cosmic-queries-gravity/ If you love StarTalk Radio, don't miss out on any StarTalk news. Sign up for our free newsletter: http://www.startalkradio.net/newsletter/youtube/ Catch up with StarTalk Radio around the web: iTunes - http://bit.ly/SOHDg6 SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/startalk Stitcher - http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/startalk TuneIn - http://tunein.com/radio/StarTalk-Radio-p334521/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/StarTalkRadio Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/StarTalkRadio Google+ - http://googleplus.startalkradio.net Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/startalk/ Tumblr - http://startalkradio.tumblr.com/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/startalkradio
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Space Time Continuum Explained
If any of you were confused about Space Time Continuum then here is a video to explain it. This is still quite confusing but hopefully it should straighten some things out. If you have any questions just comment and I will try my best to answer them. Please remember to leave a like and subscribe for more videos and become a Theoriologist.
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Gravitational Wave by Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking 2016 -The best video
Gravitational Wave by Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking 2016 -The best video Gravitational Wave -few decades of searching, scientists announced Thursday that they have detected gravitational waves - essentially ripples in the fabric of space-time - that had been predicted by Einstein. Paying tribute to the UK's contribution to the discovery, Professor John Womersley, chief executive of the Science and Technology Facilities Council, said: "It has taken 100 years and the combined work of many hundreds of the cleverest scientists, engineers and mathematicians on Earth to prove that this key prediction of Albert Einstein is correct, and show that gravitational waves exist". In this case, it is from the merger of two black holes 1.3 billion light-years away. While scientists have previously been able to calculate gravitational waves, they had never before seen one directly. The announcement was made in Washington by scientists from the California Institute of Technology, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the LIGO Scientific Collaboration. If true, the research would mark one of the most important scientific discoveries in recent years. Gravitational waves, postulated by Albert Einstein in 1916 as part of his theory of general relativity, are extraordinarily faint ripples in space-time, the continuum that combines both time and three-dimensional space. Now that LIGO has detected these waves, researchers have an entirely new way of studying these objects and events. Gravitational waves stretch the arms to create an incredibly tiny mismatch - smaller than a subatomic particle - in the beams' signature wave curves. "Now we have gravitational waves we are going to have a whole new picture of the universe, of the stuff that doesn't emit light - dark matter, black holes", he said. Far from our galaxy, in the vast darkness of space, two massive black holes merged into a single, larger hole. "There's a very visceral connection to this observation". So, how did the scientists at Hanford capture gravitational waves? "It would have been wonderful to watch Einstein's face had we been able to tell him." "There's been a lot of indirect evidence for their existence", says Shoemaker, an expert in black holes. Physicist Stephen Hawking congratulated the LIGO team, telling the BBC: "Gravitational waves provide a completely new way of looking at the universe". By studying gravitational waves they also hope to gain insight into the nature of the very early universe, which has remained mysterious. And even after researchers got rid of all the terrestrial jiggles, LIGO still wasn't quite good enough to see gravitational waves. As the waves spread out, they compress and stretch the very fabric of the universe. The waves are a distortion of space-time. It was the definitive proof that the scientist had always been waiting for - they had directly witnessed gravitational waves for the first time, and precisely 100 years after Einstein's general theory had predicted them. Scientists sounded positively giddy over the discovery. "This is the holy grail of science". "The last time anything like this happened was in 1888 when Heinrich Hertz detected the radio waves that had been predicted by James Clerk Maxwell's field-equations of electromagnetism in 1865", added Durham University physicist Tom McLeish. That announcement has just come. "It opens a brand new window on the universe". Explaining how the gravity waves were generated, he asked his audience to imagine two black holes, each around 150 kilometres in diameter, and each packed with 30 times more mass than the sun. "It's a really big event", says Saul Teukolsky, a theoretical astrophysicist at Cornell University. More click here: Facebook https://goo.gl/bYDPnf
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The Discovery of Electricity
From the 1992 Gloopie Doorock Production "Grateful Ben". Distributed world wide by Old Food Films. "Grateful" Ben Franklin discovers electricity and inadvertently causes a ripple in the space time continuum. The Romans from Mars are forced to send him back in time in order to save the universe from an early end. Pearl the mannequin stars as "The Kite".
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History of Civilization | Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
With the discovery of writing, humankind was able to evolve the power of communication. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More Cosmos: http://bit.ly/NG-Cosmos About Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey: Hosted by renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, COSMOS will explore how we discovered the laws of nature and found our coordinates in space and time. It will bring to life never-before-told stories of the heroic quest for knowledge and transport viewers to new worlds and across the universe for a vision of the cosmos on the grandest scale. COSMOS will invent new modes of scientific storytelling to reveal the grandeur of the universe and re-invent celebrated elements of the legendary original series, including the Cosmic Calendar and the Ship of the Imagination. The most profound scientific concepts will be presented with stunning clarity, uniting skepticism and wonder, and weaving rigorous science with the emotional and spiritual into a transcendent experience. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. History of Civilization | Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey https://youtu.be/gNVY4i7ougU National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Science Questions : What Is a Space-Time Continuum?
A space-time continuum is simply the three dimensions of space combined with the dimensions of time. Find out how time slows down when objects are traveling at high velocities with help from a science teacher in this free video on space-time continua. Expert: Remy Dou Contact: www.miamichristian.org Bio: Remy Dou is a science teacher who has been working at Miami Christian School for the past five years. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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Space, Time and Gravity
Sam Gralla Assistant Professor of Physics University of Arizona At the dawn of the twentieth century, Einstein revolutionized our conception of reality, showing that space and time are not merely the stage on which the show unfolds, but dynamical entities that stretch, bend, and vibrate to give rise to the force we know as gravity. A century later, the vibrations of spacetime have been directly detected as gravitational radiation from colliding black holes, confirming Einstein’s prediction and ushering in a new era in observational astronomy. How did physicists measure these minuscule vibrations, and what does it mean for our understanding of the universe? And what is the next revolution, fomenting right now, in our conception of space and time?
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quantum mechanics predicts a random spacetime structure in small scales
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Quantum Physics Explained
Quantum mechanics is the branch of physics relating to the very small. It results in what may appear to be some very strange conclusions about the physical world. At the scale of atoms and electrons, many of the equations of classical mechanics, which describe how things move at everyday sizes and speeds, cease to be useful. In classical mechanics, objects exist in a specific place at a specific time. However, in quantum mechanics, objects instead exist in a haze of probability; they have a certain chance of being at point A, another chance of being at point B and so on. Three revolutionary principles Quantum mechanics (QM) developed over many decades, beginning as a set of controversial mathematical explanations of experiments that the math of classical mechanics could not explain. It began at the turn of the 20th century, around the same time that Albert Einstein published his theory of relativity, a separate mathematical revolution in physics that describes the motion of things at high speeds. Unlike relativity, however, the origins of QM cannot be attributed to any one scientist. Rather, multiple scientists contributed to a foundation of three revolutionary principles that gradually gained acceptance and experimental verification between 1900 and 1930. They are: Quantized properties: Certain properties, such as position, speed and color, can sometimes only occur in specific, set amounts, much like a dial that "clicks" from number to number. This challenged a fundamental assumption of classical mechanics, which said that such properties should exist on a smooth, continuous spectrum. To describe the idea that some properties "clicked" like a dial with specific settings, scientists coined the word "quantized." Particles of light: Light can sometimes behave as a particle. This was initially met with harsh criticism, as it ran contrary to 200 years of experiments showing that light behaved as a wave; much like ripples on the surface of a calm lake. Light behaves similarly in that it bounces off walls and bends around corners, and that the crests and troughs of the wave can add up or cancel out. Added wave crests result in brighter light, while waves that cancel out produce darkness. A light source can be thought of as a ball on a stick being rhythmically dipped in the center of a lake. The color emitted corresponds to the distance between the crests, which is determined by the speed of the ball's rhythm. Waves of matter: Matter can also behave as a wave. This ran counter to the roughly 30 years of experiments showing that matter (such as electrons) exists as particles. Other video resources https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6DiVspoZ1E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEl-fTtP2tw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVpXrbZ4bnU Articles - www.preposterousuniverse.com/eternitytohere/quantum/ http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/quantum-theory http://www.thekeyboard.org.uk/Quantum%20mechanics.htm
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A Matter of Time
The nature of time is an age-old conundrum for physicists, philosophers, biologists and theologians. The Newtonian picture of time—a kind of cosmic clock that ticks off time in a manner that applies identically to everyone and everything—tightly aligns with our experience. But with special and general relativity, Einstein showed the fallacy inherent in experience: the rate at which time elapses depends on circumstance and environment. These discoveries raise even more basic, long-standing puzzles: What is time? Is it a fundamental feature of reality or something we humans impose on experience? Does time come into existence with the universe or does it transcend it? Why does time exist at all? The World Science Festival gathers great minds in science and the arts to produce live and digital content that allows a broad general audience to engage with scientific discoveries. Our mission is to cultivate a general public informed by science, inspired by its wonder, convinced of its value, and prepared to engage with its implications for the future. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for all the latest from WSF. Visit our Website: http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest Original Program Date: June 02 2013 MODERATOR: Ira Flatow PARTICIPANTS: Paul Davies, Craig Callender, Tim Maudlin, Max Tegmark Ira Flatow's Introduction 00:05 Participant Introductions 1:03 How did Einstein get involve with time? 3:36 What is the symmetry of time? 8:20 What was Einsteins concept of time? 10:09 Tim Maudlin has his own opinion on time. 12:42 How do you prove time dilation? 16:40 Can we look at the cosmos and see gravity's effect on time? 22:34 By moving faster we can travel forward in time? 29:03 If the universe is expanding what is it expanding into? 35:58 What does the universe look like? 40:38 Is time an illusion? 45:28 Does time flow? 49:16 Does time pass in a specific direction? 1:01:38 The geometry of spacetime. 1:04:35 The flow of time vs the time asymmetry.1:11:45 If it's fact that time passes then does Einstein agree? 1:17:09 What is the experimental evidence? 1:24:13
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Quantum Mathematics and the Fate of Space, Time and Matter - Robbert Dijkgraaf
The elementary particles that make up the bizarre quantum world not only represents a more fundamental description of nature, they also inspires a new realm of mathematics that might be called "quantum mathematics." This turns out to be a powerful tool to solve deep outstanding mathematical problems. Similarly, new mathematical ideas address some of the most fundamental questions in physics, such as the Big Bang, black holes, and the ultimate fate of space, time and matter.
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Einstein's Theory of Gravity, Space/Time Gravitons Confusion Experimental Philosophy
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Time ft. Neil deGrasse Tyson
Watch me on StarTalk Radio: https://youtu.be/HgMNKhgMAuk The Curiosity Box: http://curiositybox.com twitter: http://twitter.com/vsaucethree instagram: http://instagr.am/jakerawr facebook: http://facebook.com/vsauce3 Linear Time https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/the-linear-time-of-our-lives/ Nonlinear Time https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11390090 Bootstrap Paradox http://www.astronomytrek.com/the-bootstrap-paradox-explained/ Can you slip on a banana peel? http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/physics-slipping-banana-peel-and-other-weird-science-honored-ig-nobel-awards-180952787/ Journal of Irreproducible Results http://www.jir.com ***CREDITS**** Hosted and edited by Jake Roper VFX by Eric Langlay (https://www.youtube.com/ericlanglay) Music by Jake Chudnow (http://youtube.com/jakechudnow) Special thanks to Neil and the StarTalk Radio team. ***Vsauce Links*** Vsauce1: http://youtube.com/vsauce1 Vsauce2: http://youtube.com/vsauce2 DONG: http://youtube.com/dong
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Akira Kurosawa - Composing Movement
Can movement tell a story? Sure, if you’re as gifted as Akira Kurosawa. More than any other filmmaker, he had an innate understanding of movement and how to capture it onscreen. Join me today in studying the master, possibly the greatest composer of motion in film history. For educational purposes only. You can donate to support the channel at Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/everyframeapainting And follow me here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonyszhou Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/everyframeapainting Interview Clips: Sidney Lumet on RAN: http://bit.ly/1B7mfTD Robert Altman on RASHOMON: http://bit.ly/1BDuvL7 Paul Verhoeven on Kurosawa: http://bit.ly/197vwnS Music: Yoko Kanno & Seatbelts - N.Y. Rush J Dilla - Untitled Track 03 (from King of Beats) J Dilla - Untitled Track 14 (from King of Beats) Nujabes - Sea of Clouds Nujabes - Transcendence DJ Shadow - Why Hip Hop Sucks in ‘96 Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/GSn4/
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Theory of Time - A Documentary
Please order ebook/audiobook of this video to support our channel https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/727085, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Theory-Time-IntroBooks-ebook/dp/B072HDMNQZ/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1540125014&sr=1-1&keywords=Theory+of+Time+introbooks or https://www.audible.com/pd/Theory-of-Time-Audiobook/B071RRV27P?qid=1540125021&sr=sr_1_1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=e81b7c27-6880-467a-b5a7-13cef5d729fe&pf_rd_r=8KQ95MN6AWCT01F2QQRX& Elementary particles and the number of forces of nature are interrelated. Without mastering the basics, it is difficult to comprehend any concept of the universe like Dark energy, or cosmic world, or Black holes, and so forth. The Possibilities of other dimensions and the linear time travel are still under exploration.
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Quantum Mechanics  A Shift in the Space Time Continuum
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Brian Greene ... propagandist not physicist
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Aniq bends time and space and goes back 20 minutes
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What's More WTF than Parallel Universes? Space and Time Are Not Real.
The positing of universes parallel to ours, to explain the behavior of quantum mechanics, may seem like the weirdest idea ever. But it might be just the second weirdest idea ever. Musser's book is "Spooky Action at a Distance: The Phenomenon That Reimagines Space and Time--and What It Means for Black Holes, the Big Bang, and Theories of Everything" (http://goo.gl/iUwrnU). Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/george-musser-the-multiverse-is-strange-the-alternative-is-stranger Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript - So one explanation that people have proffered over the years for these spooky connections and for quantum mechanics actually in general is that it’s an indication we live in a multiverse. In other words that there are other domains of reality out there that we have only a very dim glimpse of. Quantum mechanics says that when I measure a particle I get a random result and doesn’t have any explanation for that random result. So let’s say we think of that metaphorically in terms of those coins. So if I flip a quantum coin it comes up heads or tails. And I see heads. But the strange thing is the mathematics says I should see heads and tails. So it’s always been a mystery of why I see one or the other. The proposition is that actually the coin does come up heads and tails but it comes up heads in our universe and tails in another universe. So the idea of different universes, of parallel universes, is a way to make sense of kind of the multiplicity, the outcomes are observed in quantum mechanics. And people propose this would be a way to kind of get rid of the non-locality, that the non-locality, the spooky action at a distance, is actually our kind of imperfect glimpse of a multiverse of parallel universes. And that individually those universes all behave completely locally, no spooky action. And I kind of actually have a lot of sympathy for that position. It’s actually kind of awesome to think that there might be parallel universes not just out there but actually in here that we could be kind of just cheek by jowl with parallel universes all the time and we never even sensed them. That even any measurement we make would cause the universe to branch. Parallel universes to just be conjured up all the time. It’s kind of an amazing conception of nature. But I’ve kind of gone off the idea as much as I kind of I’m drawn to it initially. And the reason is that I think that when you see these spooky actions and non-locality in a broader context, for instance in the context of other places where they occur in nature not just for the particles but they also seem to occur for black holes. They seem to happen in cosmology. They seem to happen in the workings of gravity. There’s a variety of contexts in which you see spooky actions. And those other contexts are harder to explain in this kind of parallel universe scenario. But what they really seem to point to is that space and time are derivative. The real message of the spooky action is that space and time are not fundamental. The particles are rooted in that deeper layer where space and time don’t yet exist. And that’s the way to explain them. So the building blocks of the world may not be tiny things. what could these building blocks be if they’re not tiny because that’s kind of what we think of as a building block, a Lego is smaller than the thing you build out of the Legos. They may be what seems to us enormous things. Things that span the entire universe and are somehow acting in concert with one another to product these phenomena of space. Phenomenon, a mysterious phenomenon occurring. So the mystery in other words is kind of artifact of our limited ability to see the universe with that. We only see one of many universes.
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Time, Einstein, and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe - W. Phillips - 2/26/2016
The Science and Society conference brought together world leading researchers and scholars in science and world affairs—individuals who have dedicated their careers to addressing the most complex and challenging problems of our time. The one-day conference was organized in honor of Nobel laureate Ahmed Zewail—Caltech's Linus Pauling Professor of Chemistry and professor of physics—as a way to recognize this distinguished scholar for more than 40 years of scientific and scholarly contributions. Zewail was be joined by fellow Nobel laureates and National Academy of Science and National Medal of Science honorees, as well as other leaders in their fields, in a series of lectures ranging from treating disease to quantum physics. View all presentations: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8_xPU5epJdeDaLWn2V_uGZZx5-rw2dQV Produced in association with Caltech Academic Media Technologies. ©2016 California Institute of Technology
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Science Universe Documentary Big Bang, Space time, And The Relativity Theory Space Documentary
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Johnny Test - Sonic Johnny // The Return of Johnny X
Watch the latest Johnny Test episodes, description below! Johnny is completely embarrased by his extremely slo mo scooter so he asks his sisters to make him a fast one. // Susan & Mary are presenting their Electro-Chromatic Blanket at the Science Expo when Bling Bling Boy shows up with his own invention- the Repto-Slicer- a genetic reptilian pet. ► Subscribe to Johnny Test: http://bit.ly/1Pz97RA Dad is fed up with Johnny not taking any responsibility and not doing his chores. // Johnny's school assignment is to write a 500 word report on the Founding fathers of Porkbelly. ► WATCH Johnny Test New Videos - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzLC5iJzimo&list=PLwHTNWVGhkSZUK2AusNFm2wmePLIdVwEn&index=1 ► WATCH JOHNNY TEST FUNNY EPISODES - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WtxabPPI5A&list=PLwHTNWVGhkSaAKwJG6HC7qj2GQzaN-43I&index=4 ► WATCH MORE JOHNNY TEST MOST POPULAR VIDEOS - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjqGiLMwkas&list=PLwHTNWVGhkSZCGSRZqYLaylct5_K2FvvJ ► WATCH MORE JOHNNY TEST FULL EPISODES SEASON 4 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYMfpsV1kFg&list=PLwHTNWVGhkSYmRNX9sQvRj7YXYvPZaYpj Follow us for all the latest Johnny Test news! ► Website: http://www.johnnytestanddukey.com/ ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JohnnyTest/?fref=ts Take one part spiky hair, two parts genius sisters, a dash of talking dog, mix thoroughly and the result is an action-packed animated series about a boy willing to try anything in the name of science. Join Johnny and his dog Dukey in their high-action escapades. • Jonathan "Johnny" A troublesome, unpredictable, and widely iconic 11-year-old boy who is the brother of Susan and Mary and the son of Hugh and Lila and he serves as the main protagonist and hero in the show. He is frequently called the "kid with the flaming hair" due to having scarlet red highlights in his yellow hair. As well as this, he is most often seen wearing green cargo pants and a black shirt with a trefoil symbol on it, which he wears under a navy blue dress shirt, and a watch that he rarely uses. Because he has Susan and Mary by his side, he can live any kid's dream, only to find that some dreams aren't worth living. He is very hyperactive, and often messes with his sisters' inventions, causing trouble and mayhem, but just as often proves himself to be extremely clever such as by frequently tricking his genius sisters or conquering the day from whatever goodness happens to show up. Johnny is also quite spoiled and stubborn, as he gets what he wants, through deceit, blackmail, orpersuasion. Johnny has an alter ego that he calls "Johnny X", who is a superhero that has various superpowers, including hurricane hands shapeshifting, fire-powered transformation, teleportation, ESP, "Power Poots", and flight. A running gag for this form is that his hurricane hands never work, either due to the target being immune to it or other factors. He was in love with Janet and later Sissy, the latter born out of hostile rivalry. • Dukey Johnny's anthropomorphic 16-year-old talking pet dog and best friend. The cause of Dukey's anthropomorphism is because of one of Susan and Mary's inventions, thus giving him humanlike abilities. Dukey, when Mrs and Mr Test aren't around, will stand on his hind legs rather than all fours, like he does when Johnny's parents are around. The reason for this is that Mr. Test banned Susan and Mary from DNA experiments, which was how they gave Dukey human-like intelligence. There have been a few "close calls" around the series, such as when Mr. Test got trapped inside of one of Johnny's video games and Johnny and Dukey also went inside the game to rescue him, and Dukey accidentally spoke in front of him, causing Mr. Test to ask, "Did Dukey just talk?" Every time one of his parents asks this question after Dukey just spoke in front of them, either Johnny, Susan, or Mary answers "no" and their parents immediately believe them. Sometimes Dukey dresses as a human being when going out in public, and he is addressed by others as Johnny's "hairy friend" or "the kid with the rare hair disorder" because the minor characters' lack of intellect causes them to believe that Dukey is a human. #JohnnyTest #Cartoons
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Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory (1999)
Brian Randolph Greene (born February 9, 1963) is an American theoretical physicist and string theorist. He has been a professor at Columbia University since 1996 and chairman of the World Science Festival since co-founding it in 2008. Greene has worked on mirror symmetry, relating two different Calabi–Yau manifolds (concretely, relating the conifold to one of its orbifolds). He also described the flop transition, a mild form of topology change, showing that topology in string theory can change at the conifold point. Greene has become known to a wider audience through his books for the general public, The Elegant Universe, Icarus at the Edge of Time, The Fabric of the Cosmos, The Hidden Reality, and related PBS television specials. He also appeared on The Big Bang Theory episode "The Herb Garden Germination", as well as the films Frequency and The Last Mimzy. He is currently a member of the Board of Sponsors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Greene is well known to a wider audience for his work on popularizing theoretical physics, in particular string theory and the search for a unified theory of physics. His first book, The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory, published in 1999, is a popularization of superstring theory and M-theory. It was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in nonfiction, and winner of The Aventis Prizes for Science Books in 2000.[7] The Elegant Universe was later made into a PBS television special of the same name, hosted and narrated by Greene, which won a 2003 Peabody Award. Greene's second book, The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality (2004), is about space, time, and the nature of the universe. Aspects covered in this book include non-local particle entanglement as it relates to special relativity and basic explanations of string theory. It is an examination of the very nature of matter and reality, covering such topics as spacetime and cosmology, origins and unification, and including an exploration into reality and the imagination. The Fabric of the Cosmos was later made into a PBS television special of the same name, hosted and narrated by Greene. Greene's third book, The Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos, published in January 2011, deals in greater depth with multiple universes, or, as they are sometimes referred to collectively, the multiverse. A book for a younger audience, Icarus at the Edge of Time ISBN 978-0-307-26888-4, which is a futuristic re-telling of the Icarus myth, was published September 2, 2008.[8] In addition to authoring popular-science books, Greene is an occasional Op-Ed Contributor for The New York Times, writing on his work and other scientific topics. The popularity of his books and his natural on-camera demeanor have resulted in many media appearances, including Charlie Rose, The Colbert Report, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, The Century with Peter Jennings, CNN, TIME, Nightline in Primetime, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and the Late Show with David Letterman. It has also led to Greene helping John Lithgow with scientific dialogue for the television series 3rd Rock from the Sun, and becoming a technical consultant for the film Frequency, in which he also had a cameo role. He was a consultant on the 2006 time-travel movie Déjà Vu. He also had a cameo appearance as an Intel scientist in 2007's The Last Mimzy. Greene was also mentioned in the 2002 Angel episode "Supersymmetry" and in the 2008 Stargate Atlantis episode "Trio". Through his film credits, combined with his research publications in mathematical physics, Greene is one of the few people to have a defined Erdős–Bacon number.[9] In April 2011 he appeared on The Big Bang Theory in the episode "The Herb Garden Germination" as himself, speaking to a small crowd about the contents of his most recent book. Greene often lectures outside of the collegiate setting, at both a general and a technical level, in more than twenty-five countries. In 2012 his teaching prowess was recognized when he received the Richtmyer Memorial Award, which is given annually by the American Association of Physics Teachers.[10] In May 2013, the Science Laureates of the United States Act of 2013 (H.R. 1891; 113th Congress) was introduced into Congress. Brian Greene was listed by one commentator as a possible nominee for the position of Science Laureate, if the act were to pass.[11] In March 2015, an Australian spider that uses vibrations to detect prey, Dolomedes briangreenei, was named in honor of Brian Greene. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Greene
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Einstein's Gravity Playlist
Einstein’s Gravity Playlist explores the ripples in space-time known as gravitational waves. Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves in 1916. A century later, scientists detected these waves using precise laser devices here on Earth. Join Lucia, a PhD student in physics, on an exploration of how gravitational waves are formed, how they move through the universe, and how scientists like her work to hear them. This is a flat version of the fulldome show available for planetariums. To request the fulldome version for screening at your planetarium email [email protected] . This show in its fulldome version is offered free of charge.
Views: 822 Theo Lipfert
We Are Number One But It's a Time Paradox (Read Description)
We Are Number One except every one is replaced by the cast performing the song live except every one they say is replaced by the original version. The branch and net scenes cause a ripple in the space time continuum and launches back to the past. There is a shot where one of the cast members dabs and causes time to slow down and repeat for a short time. Also, near the end of the video the past and present combine in to one due to the amount of time travel. Some Ones near the end aren't replaced due to there not being enough from the live performance. Some parts of the video are scaled in and include ear rape, but some shots don't have the ear rape, which can be disappointing. The beginning of the video is posterized and the colors orange and red are keyed out accompanied by ear rape.
Views: 268 IronicNarwhal
Spherical Water Minimized Surface Area
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. (Gen 1:1) This is the opening statement of the Bible, the very definition of the word: universe (the single spoken sentence). It is a proclamation of the first three things that God created. He created the beginning, that is time. He created the heaven, notice that it is explicitly singular. And He created the earth, which He goes on to describe in the very next verse. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. At this point on the first day, what does the earth look like? How could it be without form? It must have its own form, but no other form. Does this mean that it must be uniform? The flat earth model cannot be uniform unless it is infinite, that is, it goes on forever! But not even the Flat Earthers are claiming this. And it cannot be just flat because in reality only three dimensional objects can exist in our universe, so really we are looking at a type of platter earth model because it must have depth and circumference. Therefore the flat earth model is composed of at least three forms: flat, a 90 degree angle or curvature to form the edge and the curvature around the circumference, which cannot be equal to the first curvature, otherwise it could only form a perfect sphere. The geometric shape with least surface area to mass is a sphere. Matter itself, especially liquids tend to get spherical to minimize their surface area. In conformity to this fact, a Spherical Earth would be the natural formation created by God. Only a perfect sphere can be without form and void. We also notice that the earth was covered with water, only described as deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. (Gen 1:2) Before God’s Spirit moved upon the face of the waters, there was nothing but this perfect formless and voidless sphere called the earth as the central focus in an infinite and otherwise empty time/space continuum called the heaven which you couldn’t even see if you were there, because there was no light. Notice that there are no defined boundaries to the heaven that God created on the first day, only an infinite universe is described here, with the Flat Earth model the description is incomplete. https://nicklasarthur.wordpress.com/2015/07/04/flat-earth-or-spherical-earth-what-does-the-bible-say/ for educational purposes only - thanks to the Slow Mo Guys
Views: 1042 Prophecy Reality
God save the queen - Sex Pistols, bass cover
An old punk song, which was released in 1977. It was quite a bit controversial, but time heals. Now we see it as just another ripple in space-time continuum.
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Is Darwin's Theory of Evolution based on Photon Electron Interaction?
Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is one of the greatest ideas to come out of the human mind. But what we observe in the diversity of life does not seem to be based just on the survival of the fittest there seems to be a self created beauty for its own sake! Because Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is a process over a period of time could a deeper understanding of the nature of ‘time’ explain this? Both the ancient Greeks and Sir Isaac Newton believed ‘time’ was a thing in itself, but more important than this today we have Einstein's theories of relativity. In these theories ‘time’ is more than just a measure of change of things happening because we have the dynamic geometry that forms the curvature of space-time. Energy and momentum of an object slows the rate that time flows forming time dilation and the curvature of space-time. This dynamic and interactive geometrical process must have existed before the evolution of life. Therefore the evolution of life within the Universe must have been based on the momentum and dynamic geometry of this universal process. The dynamic geometry of this process would explain why life seems to have a mathematical base. In this theory the momentum and dynamics geometry of this process is formed by the spontaneous absorption and emission of light photon energy. If our eyes were more sensitive to the light we would be able to see that everything is continuously radiating light waves of electromagnetic radiation. We have an interactive or participatory universe because the wave particle duality of light and matter in the form of electrons is acting like the bits or zeros and ones of a computer. This forms an interactive process continuously forming a blank canvas that we can interact with turning the possible into the actual! Life will create its own ripples in the fabric of space-time forming its own broken symmetry of its own evolutionary path. We see and feel this process of photon energy exchange as the continuum of time with an emergent future continuously coming into existence light photon by light photon with each new photon electron coupling or dipole moment. This theory does not change Charles Darwin’s theory in any way; it just supplements it by another more deeper and fundamental process. This is not a new idea and was the view of the influential British Quaker scientist Edward Newman.
Next in Science | Astronomy and Astrophysics | Part 1 || Radcliffe Institute
In 2015–2016, the Next in Science series focused on frontiers in astronomy and astrophysics. Scholars discussed new interdisciplinary research on what the structure of the universe tells us about particle interactions, gravitational waves from circling black holes, magnetic fields in intergalactic space, and the possibility of life on exoplanets. “Deciphering the Early Universe: Connecting Theory with Observations” (6:15) Cora Dvorkin, Shutzer Assistant Professor, Radcliffe Institute, and assistant professor of physics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Gravitational Waves* *But Were Afraid to Ask” (39:52) Salvatore Vitale, research scientist, Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Introductions by John Huth, faculty codirector of the science program, Radcliffe Institute, and Donner Professor of Science, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University The Next in Science series provides an opportunity for early-career scientists whose innovative, cross-disciplinary research is thematically linked to introduce their work to one another, to fellow scientists, and to nonspecialists from Harvard and the greater Boston area.
Views: 33114 Harvard University
Time Odyssey 2012 - Hip Hop Time Capsule Mix #5
another installment to this complicated concept of the chronological conundrums of TIME Something far out no doubt.. Into the labyrinths of time, bending perceptions of the mind.. Something of that kind.. we could be in some weird parallel reality on another timeline the way this year is making out to be some kinda funky twilight zone episode... did some mcfly sorta guy tamper with time travel that gave us this alternative biff tannon reality from an unprecedented ripple in the time space continuum? haha, time will tell in this oligarchic hell With the album art in mind, we will be hearing some tracks that mention a lil about the shifting of processions and moving into the age of Aquarius, but still dragging along in the epoch of deception.. ∞∞∞∞∞TRACKLIST∞∞∞∞ Sifting thru the Sands of the Time Odyssey Time Capsule - Illogic ft. Aesop Rock & Vast Aire Time - Thawfor Pattern Traps - Eligh Race for the Stars - New Moon Time - Moonrocks Recyclism - Azeem La Piedra Del Sol - Hypnotic ft. King Koncepts 3rd Eye of the Storm (freestyle) - Son of Saturn A Dried up Strange Fruit Pow Wow - Wax Tailor x Strange Fruit Project x Eclipse 427 A seaweed bike ride at midnight - Saul Williams x Pink Floyd x Gif of Gab Lazarus - Jewels Hunter ft. Illogic The Mask - Eric Truffaz Courants d'Air - Grand Tourism feat. Terry Callier Dimensions of Time - Skrill Nitty & CurtisC Dimension Breach Interlude The Update - Beastie Boys Age Of Aquarius - Emanon Le Hip Hop Mon Royaume - Rocca Seasons - Freestyle Fellowship Astrology (snippet) - Anacron Birds & Bees - The Dereliks Seasonstrange - Semiotics Time - Constylations Open Eyes - Tommy V ft. ?? Sitcalm - SQU!L Chasin Time - Asop Time Machine - Mystik Journeymen ft. Munk of Funk Power of Myth - Bicasso Broadcasting from La Ciotat PEACE!!
Views: 77 AwakenYaMind
SpaceCamp Psyfari 2013: Aliens In Atlantis
This compilation is a collection of tracks in a range of psytrance styles from artists who performed at SpaceCamp Psyfari's Aliens In Atlantis festival in in Iowa, USA, in 2013. Out in the fields a storm was gathering. Pulsating rhythms engulfed the flurried masses as they trenched forward into deeper realms. The intensifying pull of energy was building to unimaginable levels and soon a rift in the space time continuum was ripped open! A lost underwater city, the god of chaos, and of course, ALIENS! The multidimensional travelers ventured further into the unknown land. Soon they discovered a sonic bliss unparalleled to any in their world. 01 - Dfectv - Hey There Cthulthu (100 BPM) 02 - Radioactive.Cake - Dream Factory (132 BPM) 03 - Spacey Koala - Irredeemable (145 BPM) 04 - ManipulatioN - Simplecity (146 BPM) 05 - Primordial Ooze - Fear Of God (145 BPM) 06 - Transiant - Reboot (155 BPM) 07 - Psychosis Generator - Mad Cows (148 BPM) 08 - Upavas - Into Darkness (159 BPM) 09 - The Hippie Disco Project - Banksy (170 BPM) 10 - Kids With Scissors - Rolly Pollie (170 BPM) 11 - Moondoggy - Champion Of The Sun (165 BPM) 12 - GadgetG - Go Between (160 BPM) 13 - Ascension - Why Not Psytrance (147 BPM) 14 - Da Bronies - Find Your Face (143 BPM) 15 - Sinestalien - Escape The Grid (140 BPM)
Views: 387 Deep Art
Wujigong 2012 at Asilomar Beach, Pacific Grove, CA
This is another version of the Wujigong Short form. Sifu Larry Wong... creates a ripple in the Space Time Continuum, at the closure of the form! Allow yourself to sense any good feelings that may arise from viewing this video. What favorable sensations you sense, is showing you, what you're capable of. Now the trick is... can you recall that sensation or any rendition of that favorable sensation, at will. Eventually, this will improve your attitude and perception of life. You don't need to practice this form to develop this skill. The time you spend, paying attention to the favorable sensation you get from anything you are passionate about, is an investment towards your well being. If that's what you want or need... give yourself permission, to do it more frequently! The logic is, you're giving yourself more opportunities to feel good... if you want!? Just be careful. The "Good Stuff" can be over done too! The opposite is true as well, when we invest so much time, dwelling on things that upset us. Many people are spending so much time souring their chi and making themselves miserable. They might not have an option. However, YOU have just been introduced to one! Practicing something like this form, can be very helpful in introducing a more favorable way of living and being. You don't have to do it exactly like me. Just do what you can and if it feels good, that's what counts! Just keep in mind... practice safely or you're defeating the purpose! Peace and Good Health... Namaste! ~ Sifu Larry Wong ~
Views: 1070 Larry Wong Qigong SF
Stellar Evolution in an Electric Universe | Space News
JOIN US for the EU2016 Conference: Elegant Simplicity//June 17-19//https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2015/12/30/eu2016-home-page/ In recent months, a mysterious star has created a firestorm of media speculation. In October, news headlines around the world suggested that the star might be surrounded by a so-called alien megastructure. The nature of the mystery is the seemingly impossibly rapid dimming of the star -- impossible under standard stellar theories. One investigator states of the star’s sudden changes: "What was unusual about that was the depth of the light dips, up to 20% decrease in light, and the timescales (of light variation) -- a week to a couple of months." What is the relevance of this discovery for the electric universe theory of stars? In this episode of Space News, Donald Scott reflects on stellar evolution in an Electric Universe. A companion Space News to "Quasars in an Electric Universe" -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmODE... Electric Sky: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/reso... JOIN US ON PATREON AND WATCH OUR INFLUENCE GROW: “Changing the world through understanding of the Electric Universe." https://www.patreon.com/user?u=180095... Subscribe to Thunderbolts Update newsletter: http://eepurl.com/ETy41 The Thunderbolts Project Home: http://www.thunderbolts.info Essential Guide to the Electric Universe: http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/eg-co... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thunderboltsp... Twitter: @tboltsproject Electric Universe by Wal Thornhill: http://www.holoscience.com/wp/ Electric Universe T-shirts and Gifts: http://www.thunder-stuff.com The ideas expressed in videos presented on The Thunderbolts Project YouTube Channel do not necessarily express the views of T-Bolts Group Inc or The Thunderbolts Project(TM).
Views: 20321 ThunderboltsProject
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I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples. Thanks 🙏 you for coming this journey for me !! I hope you like my video!! Instagram Ayanlehero
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The Autobiography of My Father | Amir Hall | TEDxAmherstCollege
"Who am I to write my father's story?" is the question Amir Hall poses to himself in this talk. He shows how the act of constructing a person's narrative after their death becomes a communal act, involving all those who knew them. He says that telling his father's story has become an act of love in that way, and for him, an act of inheritance. Amir Hall is a son, brother, friend, writer and performance artist currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in English at Amherst College. Amir at an early age found himself grateful for how other people, his parents, his brother and his teachers, for example, buttressed his upbringing. He wondered at the reciprocal effects people had on each other and how those effects resonated. He asked, "what do we carry with us when we receive a kindness?" and, "where in our body do we hold hurt when inflicted upon us?" These questions have led him to explore the self in his writing and performance work as a permeable membrane by considering how we construct ourselves and our stories with each other, through multiple frames of seeing and memory. An obsession with Love emerges in his work as the substance that opens and as the creative essence, much like storytelling, that renders a person immortal. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 409 TEDx Talks
Life Force - Nes - Full Playthrough - No Death
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Player:Heroes Of Xanadu - This Mission to save the galaxy from the Planet-devouring Alien, Zelos, is one of the Finest Shooters to have ever Appeared on the NES.Megaman in Abadox intro hack by "Xanadu." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Life Force is a ported version of Salamander which had many updates in both design and plot. It saw a release on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1988.Life Force was in many ways an updated Salamander; some elements, such as levels and bosses, were removed to make space for new content. Interestingly, most of the level graphics and enemy sprites from Salamander were used in favor of the ones used in Life Force, and it uses the Gradius power-up bar. The game was practically identical to the NES port of Life Force, other than being titled Salamander and featuring an expanded Gradius-like power-up bar. These ports make use of the Konami code, which in this instance increases the amount ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ lives from 3 to 30. Life Force changes the plot from Salamander by adding an opening text which establishes the game to be set inside a giant alien life-form infected by a strain of bacteria. Stages which featured star field backgrounds had them changed with the web background from Stage 1 to maintain consistency with the organic setting of the plot. Some of the power-ups are also given different names too:"Speed-Up" to "Hyper Speed""Missile" to "Destruct Missile""Ripple Laser" to "Pulse Laser""Force Field" to "Shield" Konami later released an enhanced version of Salamander in Japan bearing the American title of Life Force, which further fleshes out the organic motif. All of the backgrounds and ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ mechanical enemies are completely redrawn and given organic appearances. The power-up system was also modified, with the Japanese Life Force using the same power-up gauge as the original Gradius. Some music tracks have also been completely changed for this release. The power-up gauge is arranged differently for both players as well.Both the original Japanese version and the enhanced Life Force release are included in the compilation Salamander Deluxe Pack for the PlayStation and Saturn, as well as in Salamander Portable for the PlayStation Portable. Salamander was ported to the Family Computer in Japan in 1987. Instead of being a direct port of Salamander, some elements were taken away from ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Salamander and the Japanese Life Force re-release, and some elements, such as levels and bosses, were removed to make way for new content. Most of the background graphics and enemy sprites from Salamander, however, are used in favor of those used in Life Force, though the Gradius-style power bar is used in place of the original instant pick-up system. The same year, North America received a port as well for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The NES version is practically identical to its Famicom equivalent, other than not having the multiple endings, having two option power ups instead of three, and being titled Life Force. The North America version was later re-released classic for Virtual Console. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Views: 1275 Squickke
It was a time in the distant future, when the earth as we know it lay in shambles. Human life had been obliterated and all that remained were commonplace objects of no discernable use. Suddenly there was a moment, a ripple in the space-time continuum, and a young marionette found herself emerging from a garbage heap in a dark and dingy basement with the bewilderment of new-found consciousness. She was puzzled by the opportunity afforded her by this new life, yet at the same time she was eager to experience and to learn. What was this body in which she found herself? How did it function? Why was she here and what was she supposed to do? Would this existence be stripped from her as quickly as it had been bestowed upon her? Questions came pouring into the mind that had never entertained questions before. Yet something more basic was operating in tandem, some force causing her to push the unanswerable questions aside and to focus on the present. She could think, she could see, she could breathe, and she could feel. Perhaps she could move. Perhaps she could shape her own destiny, find her own way and purpose. The marionette willed her new muscles to push her out of the bin in which she was encased, and she stumbled out of the rubble onto the floor. Balance was difficult and she fell against many surfaces before she could maintain control of her body. If this was the instrument in which she must operate, she must gain control over it. Steadying herself, she took a look around. She was unsure of what she was seeing and where she was going. But something within her seemed to be giving her a will and a direction. She knew wherever she was going and whatever it was that she must do, it was going to take effort and determination. She had to climb up out of the darkness to find what it was she sought. Slowly but unflinchingly she took what she had at her disposal and ascended the long staircase leading to the light. It was an arduous journey, each step fraught with uncertainty; each step requiring her concentrated exertion and grit. The harder the ascent, the more resolute the marionette became. She knew that whatever obstacles were put before her she would push them aside. She would overcome the limitations that had been imposed upon her and she would succeed. At what she did not know. Coming to a landing at the top of the stairs, the marionette spied a compatriot. Collapsed in a heap upon a garbage dumpster, a limp fellow puppet, stringless like herself, lay motionless and unaware. A companion! A friend with whom to make sense of this mystifying existence! The marionette pulled her new friend from limbo to her new found world. If she could aid another, she reasoned, she could learn more about herself in the process. The two of them could help each other succeed, and they would not have to face the uncertain future alone. Taking her unwilling and confused partner by the hand, the young marionette pushed and cajoled and instructed her to follow the way to the light. In fits and starts they scrambled up to the clearing under the sky. At the summit there was light, there was freedom, there were possibilities to explore. The determined marionette taught her limp friend what she knew of expression. They had many false starts, there were setbacks and there were defeats. The marionette was not always patient with her partner. But she would not give up. She was beginning to grasp what it was that she was meant to do. There was an art to this and the art was the meaning she sought. Unafraid, teetering on the edge of existence, the marionette had found her way. She understood that she was born to give expression to the struggle that is life: to shed light on the efforts, the aspirations, the joys, and the defeats that beings face each and every day. She would do this through her art, and she would continue to do it until her time was up.
Views: 570 dramaticartist23
What to do when you're not sure what you're doing: Emily Ryan et al at TEDxHampshireCollege
This team of applied designers, including Hampshire College faculty (Donna Cohn) and alums (Emily Ryan, Katie Coupe, and Aaron Cantrell), describe the evolutionary design process undertaken in the development of a portable gynecological exam table.
Views: 1102 TEDx Talks
When Lucy Met Lucy CIFF 2018 Short Film by Mariyah Mister
this year i wanted to go one step ahead and take up a challenge to try something new, animation with live action and double role all together for the first time and it turned out pretty well. hope you enjoy. when lucy finds an outerspace unfamilier object she tries using it as a lucky charm and it actually works, but what exactly is it? where did it come from? who is following lucy? watch to know more.
Views: 488 Jumana M.
Hyunsuk Kim's Ephemeral Epiphany
It was long time since I last felt this. This is bizarre, the real bizarre. It´s like Outer Limits mixed with Planete Sauvage :D From archive.org: The title written in Chinese means the way to reach true knowledge. I tried to depict my own realization of the circle of life in this animation, the destined suffering since the birth, the paralyzed salvation after the death and the voidness of meaning. The only way to escape from the circle of life is to see it and to realize it, although the realization evaporates in a moment. I wanted to see it to show it. Software:Adobe After Effects, Phototshop, Boris FX, Avid Xpress, Protools.Hardware:IBM
Views: 6178 taromaru
Magnificent Life 2015 – Peacock
Few creatures can match the spectacular courtship display of a male peafowl, which even captivated Charles Darwin and led him to contemplate the concept of sexual selection. The new and aptly named «Magnificent Life» series portrays the peacock in all its glory. An astonishing high-relief and concave Background combined with brilliant colouring create an almost life-like impression of this extraordinary bird.
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Genesis 1-11 - The Bible from 30,000 Feet  - Skip Heitzig - Flight GEN01
We're going back to the beginning in this first flight. Written by Moses and inspired by God Himself, Genesis means origin. From the formation of all created things and the fall of man to the flood and the fallout of man's rebellion, Genesis 1-11 chronicles the beginning of everything. It all starts here. This teaching is from our series The Bible from 30,000 Feet - 2018 with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Church.
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Episode 89 Swedenborg expert Curtis Childs on We Don't Die Radio Show
You've seen Curtis Childs, the host of “Swedenborg and Life” interview many people, now learn Curtis' story about how he found Swedenborg and why he is passionate about sharing him, on this episode of We Don't Die Radio. 18th century scientist & philosopher, Emanuel Swedenborg, wrote much about the afterlife during his 30 years in contact with the spirit world. Our guest, Curtis Childs, is an expert on Swedenborg’s studies, and is passionate about relating these principals to our current times. Although Swedenborg died in 1772, rest assured that we can have a great life by watching Curtis’ phenomenal program, “Swedenborg and Life” on YouTube and applying these principals to our lives. (All past episodes of the show are available here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgtFTXGqZdSmc533BG31I_1beIVVVQTQf ) In this episode, Curtis and I have an AMAZING conversation including: Don’t Believe Everything You Think, The Grand Human, Ending Suffering, The Angels by Our Side and The Purpose of Life. This fascinating episode leaves me grateful for Curtis Childs and Swedenborg. --------------------------- Curtis Childs is the creator, producer and host of a weekly, Monday night (8pm EST) webcast called “Swedenborg and Life” that airs to over 29,000 subscribers AND some of his videos have reached over 300,000 views! Topics covered are “the afterlife,” angels and spirits, near-death experiences, God, spirituality, and more, and Curtis does a great job balancing these faith-based topics with evidence-based research from subject experts. For all of us modern-day spiritual growth seekers…this is an awesome show! Learn more at https://www.youtube.com/user/offTheLeftEye and http://www.swedenborg.com/ Direct download this episode: http://traffic.libsyn.com/wedontdie/CurtisChilds_WeDontDieRadio_Interview.mp3 Visit all the past episodes of We Don't Die Radio http://wedontdieradio.com/
Views: 11541 We Don't Die Radio
Value of Self-Reflection
Self-reflection is a valuable activity in all situations: professional, familial, educational and personal. The most successful individuals use this tool in productivity, problem-solving and rejuvenation.
IM IN TEARS, FINALE! South Park The Fractured But Whole | ENDING Part 13
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