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The Into The Impossible Podcast

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The Joe Rogan Experience

Brian Keating is a cosmologist, professor of physics at UC San Diego, host of the podcast “Into the Impossible with Brian Keating,” and author of several books, including “Losing the Nobel Prize” and “Into the Impossible: Think Like a Nobel Prize Winner.”
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Eric Weinstein: They’re Destroying Science!

Difference between atheism, agnosticism, and the belief in a “first cause”. Is “creation” necessary for God to exist. The Torah, according to Eric Weinstein. Religious scientists and perception-mediated evolution. Evolutionary biology,intelligent design, and Brett Weinstein’s perception mediated selection and the examples of the Lampsilis Mussel and Darwin’s orchids.

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Eyewitness UFO Encounters | Ryan Graves

In today’s episode, we have a fascinating conversation with Ryan Graves, who shares his encounters with multiple unidentified objects that flew past Navy F-18 aircraft over extended periods. As we delve into this extraordinary event, we explore the complexities surrounding unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) and the challenges of reporting them.

Avi Loeb: This object came from another solar system!

Avi Loeb joined Brian Keating after he led a Galileo Project expedition to the Pacific Ocean to retrieve spherules of the first recognized interstellar meteor, IM1. These samples were brought back to Harvard College Observatory over 50 spherules in total, which lay on the deep ocean floor for nearly a decade.



Patrick Bet-David: MOVE like a Grandmaster! TRAILER

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Theories of Everything: Cosmic Controversies, Great Debates, and Scientific Speculations -- Part 2

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Microstrategy’s Michael Saylor: The Physics of Bitcoin.


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The Beginning to the End of the the Universe: Inflating the cosmos

In a trillionth of a trillionth of a trillionth of a second, our universe underwent a growth spurt that shaped the structure we see today.

Are Parallel Universes Real?

In this Gizmodo series, we ask questions about everything and get answers from a variety of experts.

Tribute to Margaret Burbidge

Though I was understandably nervous being in the presence of astronomical royalty, she had a way of immediately disarming young scientists with her characteristically gracious presence…


Nobel Prizes Still Struggle With Wide Gender Disparity

Nobel Prizes are the most prestigious awards on the planet, but the aura of this year’s announcements have been dulled by questions over why so few women have…

Why Nobel Prizes Fail 21st-Century Science

A small group of scientists will achieve international stardom this week. They will learn they have won Nobel prizes in physiology, chemistry, and physics…

Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) in 2016

Source: APS Physics | : Keating, Brian [2016] University of California, San Diego Citation: For his role in designing the Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarization (BICEP) experiment to…