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Join Nobel Prize-winning mathematician Roger Penrose and philosopher of science Katie Robertson as they discuss the forces that govern our cosmos and the equations which define our reality. Is the universe reborn in cycles? Watch the full conversation at 🤍 Have you ever been curious about the furthest reaches of the night sky, the biggest forces in the universe, and the fundamental equations defining our reality? Join Nobel Prize winning mathematician Roger Penrose and philosopher of science Katie Robertson as they discuss the lives they’ve dedicated to investigating these questions, the mysteries of the universe and their plans of where to look next. #RogerPenrose #ExpandingUniverse #ConformalCyclicCosmology Roger Penrose is a world-renowned mathematician, mathematical physicist, philosopher of science and Nobel Laureate in Physics. He is best known for his work on general relativity and sharing the Wolf Prize for Physics with Stephen Hawking for his work on black holes. The Institute of Art and Ideas features videos and articles from cutting edge thinkers discussing the ideas that are shaping the world, from metaphysics to string theory, technology to democracy, aesthetics to genetics. Subscribe today! 🤍 For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍

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PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to: 🤍 ↓ More info below ↓ The Nobel prize in physics this year went to black holes. Generally speaking. Specifically, it was shared by the astronomers who revealed to us the Milky Way’s central black hole and by Roger Penrose, who proved that in general relativity, every black hole contains a place of infinite gravity - a singularity. But the true impact of Penrose’s singularity theorem would is much deeper - it leads us to the limits Einstein’s great theory and to the origin of the universe. Sign Up on Patreon to get access to the Space Time Discord! 🤍 Check out the Space Time Merch Store 🤍 Sign up for the mailing list to get episode notifications and hear special announcements! 🤍 Hosted by Matt O'Dowd Written by Matt O'Dowd Graphics by Leonardo Scholzer, Yago Ballarini, & Pedro Osinski Directed by: Andrew Kornhaber Camera Operator: Setare Gholipour Executive Producers: Eric Brown & Andrew Kornhaber End Credits Music by J.R.S. Schattenberg: 🤍 Special Thanks to Our Patreon Sponsors! Big Bang Supporters Sean Maddox Marty Yudkovitz Brodie Rao Scott Gray Robert Doxtator Ahmad Jodeh Caed Aldwych Radu Negulescu Alexander Tamas Morgan Hough Juan Benet Fabrice Eap Mark Rosenthal David Nicklas Quasar Supporters Justin Lloyd Christina Oegren Mark Heising Vinnie Falco Hypernova Supporters william bryan Nicholas Newlin Mark Matthew Bosko Justin Jermyn Jason Finn Антон Кочков Alec S-L Julian Tyacke Syed Ansar John R. Slavik Mathew Danton Spivey Donal Botkin John Pollock Edmund Fokschaner Joseph Salomone Matthew O'Connor chuck zegar Jordan Young m0nk Hank S John Hofmann Timothy McCulloch Gamma Ray Burst Supporters Jason Normandin Cameron Sampson Pratik Mukherjee Geoffrey Clarion Astronauticist Nate Darren Duncan Lily kawaii Russ Creech Jeremy Reed Max Bernard Magistrala Хемус [Kybrit] Bill Blair Eric Webster Steven Sartore James Younger David Johnston J. King Michael Barton Christopher Barron James Ramsey Mr T Andrew Mann Jeremiah Johnson fieldsa eleanory Peter Mertz Kevin O'Connell Richard Deighton Isaac Suttell Devon Rosenthal Oliver Flanagan Dawn M Fink Bleys Goodson Darryl J Lyle Robert Walter Bruce B Ismael Montecel M D Andrew Richmond Simon Oliphant Mirik Gogri David Hughes Mark Daniel Cohen Brandon Lattin Yannick Weyns Nickolas Andrew Freeman Brian Blanchard Shane Calimlim Tybie Fitzhugh Robert Ilardi Eric Kiebler Tatiana Vorovchenko Craig Stonaha Michael Conroy Graydon Goss Frederic Simon Greg Smith Sean Warniaha Tonyface John Robinson A G Kevin Lee Adrian Hatch Yurii Konovaliuk John Funai Cass Costello Geoffrey Short Bradley Jenkins Kyle Hofer Tim Stephani Luaan AlecZero Malte Ubl Nick Virtue Scott Gossett David Bethala Dan Warren Patrick Sutton John Griffith Daniel Lyons DFaulk Kevin Warne Andreas Nautsch Brandon labonte Lucas Morgan

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Roger Penrose and Eric Weinstein go at loggerheads with Brian Greene over the relevance of string theory today. We previously saw Weinstein and Greene battle it out over the string theory community's toxic culture. Today we get to see physicist Roger Penrose join the the dissention, weighing in on whether the once revelotionary theoretical framework is a thing of the past. Watch the full debate at 🤍 String theory has been dominant in theoretical physics for thirty years, with more scientific papers arising from it than any other theory. But critics argue the theory has held undue influence and it is an error to pursue it. Is it time to move on from string theory, recognise that the search for supersymmetry has failed, and seek alternative accounts of the universe that are supported by observation and experiment? Or is the continued dominance of string theory justified by its potential to unify our understanding of the universe once and for all? #StringTheory #TheoryOfEverythingInTheUniverse #StringParticles Eric Weinstein is a mathematical physicist and the host of the podcast The Portal. He is the former Managing Director of Thiel Capital in San Francisco and was formerly a Co-Founder and Principal of the Natron Group in Manhattan as well as a Visiting Research Fellow at Oxford University in the Mathematical Institute. Sir Roger Penrose is a world-renowned physicist, best known for his work on general relativity and sharing the Wolf Prize for Physics with Stephen Hawking for their work on black holes. His books include The Road to Reality and The Emperor’s New Mind. Brian Greene is renowned for his groundbreaking discoveries in superstring theory and best-selling books. He has been chairman of the World Science Festival since co-founding it in 2008. The Institute of Art and Ideas features videos and articles from cutting edge thinkers discussing the ideas that are shaping the world, from metaphysics to string theory, technology to democracy, aesthetics to genetics. Subscribe today! 🤍 For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍

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Sir Roger Penrose is a mathematical physicist and Nobel Laureate whose work spans impossible triangles and tilings that bear his name to the mathematical underpinnings of black holes. Watch the Q&A: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose Kt OM FRS is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor at Oxford. He won the Nobel Prize in Physics and the Wolf Prize in Physics and was appointed to the Order of Merit. His work spans general relativity, black holes, cosmology, tiling theory and the theory of mind. Thomas Fink is the founding Director of the London Institute and Charge de Recherche in the French CNRS. He studied physics at Caltech, Cambridge and École Normale Supérieure. His work includes statistical physics, combinatorics and the mathematics of evolvable systems. Yang-Hui He is a Fellow at the London Institute, Professor at City University, Chang-Jiang Chair at NanKai University and Lecturer at Merton College, Oxford. He studied at Princeton, Cambridge and MIT and works at the interface of string theory, geometry and machine learning. This event was hosted in partnership with the London Institute for Mathematical Sciences - 🤍 - A very special thank you to our Patreon supporters who help make these videos happen, especially: Supalak Foong, efkinel lo, Abdelkhalek Ayad, Martin Paull, Ben Wynne-Simmons, Ivo Danihelka, Hamza, Paulina Barren, Kevin Winoto, Jonathan Killin, János Fekete, Mehdi Razavi, Mark Barden, Taylor Hornby, Rasiel Suarez, Stephan Giersche, William 'Billy' Robillard, Scott Edwardsen, Jeffrey Schweitzer, Gou Ranon, Christina Baum, Frances Dunne, jonas.app, Tim Karr, Adam Leos, Michelle J. Zamarron, Fairleigh McGill, Alan Latteri, David Crowner, Matt Townsend, Anonymous, Robert Reinecke, Paul Brown, Lasse T. Stendan, David Schick, Joe Godenzi, Dave Ostler, Osian Gwyn Williams, David Lindo, Roger Baker, Greg Nagel, and Rebecca Pan. - Subscribe for regular science videos: 🤍 The Ri is on Patreon: 🤍 and Twitter: 🤍 and Facebook: 🤍 and Tumblr: 🤍 Our editorial policy: 🤍 Subscribe for the latest science videos: 🤍 Product links on this page may be affiliate links which means it won't cost you any extra but we may earn a small commission if you decide to purchase through the link.

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In this interview, Nobel-prize winning physicist Roger Penrose narrows down the most pressing questions at the heart of both physics and philosophy. 00:00 On philosophy and physics 04:00 On consciousness and the wave function collapse 23:00 On the Big Bang and cosmology Both conceptual and mathematical questions arise from the tiniest quantum state to the large scales of cosmology. We ponder what the nature of the universe really is. Nobel-prize winning physicist Roger Penrose postulates a cyclical cosmology - a universe moving through infinite iterations. The renowned mathematical physicist sits down with us to discuss the possibility of a cyclical cosmology and narrows down the most pressing questions at the heart of both physics and philosophy. For more Roger Penrose content, visit our website iai.tv! The Next Universe 🤍 The Arc of life: Roger Penrose 🤍 The mystery of the multiverse 🤍 ... and more! #RogerPenroseQuantumMechanics #BigBangTheoryProblems #StandardModelOfCosmology Roger Penrose is a world-renowned mathematician, mathematical physicist, philosopher of science and Nobel Laureate in Physics. He is best known for his work on general relativity and sharing the Wolf Prize for Physics with Stephen Hawking for his work on black holes. The Institute of Art and Ideas features videos and articles from cutting edge thinkers discussing the ideas that are shaping the world, from metaphysics to string theory, technology to democracy, aesthetics to genetics. Subscribe today! 🤍 For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍

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That the universe is fine-tuned for life, with multiple physical laws required to be within small ranges, is generally accepted. But can we then make the additional argument that the universe is somehow required to contain consciousness? Such a conclusion may not follow. But the key question is this: Is consciousness wholly contingent or somehow special? Free access to Closer to Truth's library of 5,000 videos: 🤍 Watch more interviews on the purpose of consciousness: 🤍 Support the show with Closer To Truth merchandise: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose is a mathematical physicist, recreational mathematician and philosopher. He is the Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford, as well as an Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College. Register for free at CTT.com for subscriber-only exclusives: 🤍 Closer To Truth, hosted by Robert Lawrence Kuhn and directed by Peter Getzels, presents the world’s greatest thinkers exploring humanity’s deepest questions. Discover fundamental issues of existence. Engage new and diverse ways of thinking. Appreciate intense debates. Share your own opinions. Seek your own answers.

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What came before the Big Bang? What happens when our universe ends? Eminent theoretical physicist, Hawking collaborator and 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics winner, Roger Penrose, has a radical theory which proposes that another universe will follow our own. How could this be? Hear him put forward his case and review the latest evidence. #penrose #gravity #physics #iaitv #hawking Subscribe to the Institute of Art and Ideas 🤍 Listen to our weekly podcast: 🤍 Donate to the Institute of Art and Ideas: 🤍 Roger Penrose: Roger Penrose is an English mathematical physicist, mathematician and philosopher of science. He is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics in the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford. He is author of The Road to Reality: A Complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe, a comprehensive guide to the Laws of Physics, as well his own theory on the Penrose Interpretation. DELVE DEEPER For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍

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Free access to Closer to Truth's library of 5,000 videos: 🤍 That the universe began seems astonishing. What brought it about? What forces were involved? How did the laws of nature generate the vast expanse of billions of galaxies of billions of stars and planets in the structures that we see today? What new physics was involved? What more must we learn? Watch more interviews on the beginning of the universe: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose is an mathematical physicist, mathematician, philosopher of science and Nobel Laureate in Physics. He is the Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford, as well as an Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College. Register for free at CTT.com for subscriber-only exclusives: 🤍 Closer to Truth presents the world’s greatest thinkers exploring humanity’s deepest questions. Discover fundamental issues of existence. Engage new and diverse ways of thinking. Appreciate intense debates. Share your own opinions. Seek your own answers. Congratulations to Sir Roger Penrose for winning the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics.

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With a focus on string theory, quantum mechanics, and cosmology, Sir Roger Penrose looks at how physicists are just as susceptible to flights of fantasy, fashion and blind faith as anyone else. Watch the Q&A and special announcement of the Penrose Institute: 🤍 Subscribe for regular science videos: 🤍 Can the following of fashion, blind faith, or flights of fantasy have anything seriously to do with the scientific quest to understand the universe? Surely not - but Roger Penrose argues that researchers working at the extreme frontiers of physics are as susceptible to these forces as anyone else, and that fashion, faith, and fantasy, while sometimes highly productive in physics, may be leading today's researchers astray in three of that field's most important areas—string theory, quantum mechanics, and cosmology. Roger Penrose is a renowned mathematical physicist, mathematician and philosopher of science. He is the recipient of many awards, including the Copley Medal, the Albert Einstein Medal and the Eddington Medal. Subscribe for regular science videos: 🤍 The Ri is on Twitter: 🤍 and Facebook: 🤍 and Tumblr: 🤍 Our editorial policy: 🤍 Subscribe for the latest science videos: 🤍

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Imagination is the creative force for artists. But what about mathematicians and scientists? What part does imagination play in their work? What do the artist and the scientist have in common? And how do they envision things that will never be seen? In this panel discussion two scientists and one artist, all leaders in their field, will try to provide an answer. They have more in common than you would think. Nobel-prize winning scientist Roger Penrose is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor in Oxford. Carlo Rovelli is a Professor in the Centre de Physique Théorique de Luminy of Aix-Marseille Université and the author of several popular science books including 'Seven Brief Lesson on Physics'. Conrad Shawcross is an artist specialising in mechanical sculptures based on philosophical and scientific ideas. His exhibition, 'Cascading Principles', is currently showing in the Mathematical Institute. The discussion is chaired by curator and writer Fatos Ustek who is the curator of the 'Cascading Principles' exhibition. The Oxford Mathematics Public Lectures and the Conrad Shawcross Exhibition are generously supported by XTX Markets.

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From the problem of the second law of thermodynamics to the new radical twistor theory, we talk to Roger Penrose about his lifetime of work, what he has learned and where future research lies in cosmology. Subscribe to the Institute of Art and Ideas 🤍 Roger Penrose is an English mathematical physicist, mathematician and philosopher of science, and 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics winner. He is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics in the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford. He is author of The Road to Reality: A Complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe, a comprehensive guide to the Laws of Physics, as well his own theory on the Penrose Interpretation. For more from Roger Penrose watch: Can Aeons Explain The Big Bang? | Full Interview 🤍 Big Bang Creation Myths | Full Debate | Roger Penrose, Sean Carroll, Laura Mersini-Hougton 🤍 #rogerpenrose #penrose #gravity DELVE DEEPER For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍 For podcasts: 🤍

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Roger Penrose is physicist, mathematician, and philosopher at University of Oxford. He has made fundamental contributions in many disciplines from the mathematical physics of general relativity and cosmology to the limitations of a computational view of consciousness. Support this podcast by signing up with these sponsors: - ExpressVPN at 🤍 - Cash App - use code "LexPodcast" and download: - Cash App (App Store): 🤍 - Cash App (Google Play): 🤍 EPISODE LINKS: Cycles of Time (book): 🤍 The Emperor's New Mind (book): 🤍 PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: 🤍 Apple Podcasts: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 RSS: 🤍 Full episodes playlist: 🤍 Clips playlist: 🤍 OUTLINE: 0:00 - Introduction 3:51 - 2001: A Space Odyssey 9:43 - Consciousness and computation 23:45 - What does it mean to "understand" 31:37 - What's missing in quantum mechanics? 40:09 - Whatever consciousness is, it's not a computation 44:13 - Source of consciousness in the human brain 1:02:57 - Infinite cycles of big bangs 1:22:05 - Most beautiful idea in mathematics CONNECT: - Subscribe to this YouTube channel - Twitter: 🤍 - LinkedIn: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍 - Medium: 🤍 - Support on Patreon: 🤍

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Today is Roger Penrose's 92nd birthday. To celebrate, here is his contribution to our 'When did you know it was Maths?' films in which he explains how he was very nearly lost to medicine. You can watch all the films in the series here: 🤍

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Congratulations to Sir Roger Penrose for winning the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics. Are quantum events required for consciousness in a very special sense, far beyond the general sense that quantum events are part of all physical systems? What would it take for quantum events, on such a micro-scale, to be relevant for brain function, which operates at the much higher level of neurons and brain circuits? What would it mean? Watch more interviews on quantum physics and consciousness: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose is a mathematical physicist, mathematician, philosopher of science, and Nobel Laureate in Physics. He is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford, an emeritus fellow of Wadham College, Oxford and an honorary fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, and of University College London (UCL). Penrose has made contributions to the mathematical physics of general relativity and cosmology. He has received several prizes and awards, including the 1988 Wolf Prize in Physics, which he shared with Stephen Hawking for the Penrose–Hawking singularity theorems, and one half of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics "for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity". The other half was awarded to Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez. Register for free at CTT.com for subscriber-only exclusives: 🤍 Closer to Truth presents the world’s greatest thinkers exploring humanity’s deepest questions. Discover fundamental issues of existence. Engage new and diverse ways of thinking. Appreciate intense debates. Share your own opinions. Seek your own answers. Free access to Closer to Truth's library of 5,000 videos: 🤍

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Sir Roger Penrose provides a unique insight into the "forbidden symmetry" of his famous penrose tiles and the use of non-repeating patterns in design and architecture. It is a rigorous mathematical theorem that the only crystallographic symmetries are 2-fold, 3-fold, 4-fold, and 6-fold symmetries. Yet, since the 1970s 5-fold, 8-fold, 10-fold and 12-fold "almost" symmetric patterns have been exhibited, showing that such crystallographically "forbidden symmetries" are mathematically possible and deviate from exact symmetry by an arbitrarily small amount. Such patterns are often beautiful to behold and designs based on these arrangements have now been used in many buildings throughout the world. In this Ri event Sir Roger Penrose reveals the mathematical underpinnings and origins of these "forbidden symmetries" and other related patterns. His talk is illustrated with numerous examples of their use in architectural design including a novel version of "Penrose tiling" that appears in the approach to the main entrance of the new Mathematics Institute in Oxford, officially opened in late 2013 (🤍 The tiling is constructed from several thousand diamond-shaped granite tiles of just two different shapes, decorated simply with circular arcs of stainless steel. The matching of the tiles forces them into an overall pattern which never repeats itself and exhibits remarkable aspects of 5-fold and 10-fold symmetry. Similar features have been found also in the atomic structures of quasi-crystalline materials. The initial discovery of such material earned Dan Shectman the 2011 Nobel Prize for chemistry, his work having launched a completely novel area of crystallography. Images of the completed Mathematics Institute in Oxford courtesy of Vanesa Penrose. The filming and production of this event was supported by the Science and Technology Facilities Council: 🤍. Production by Edward Prosser. Additional camera operation by Mark Billy Svensson. The Ri is on Twitter: 🤍 and Facebook: 🤍 and Tumblr: 🤍 Our editorial policy: 🤍 Subscribe for the latest science videos: 🤍

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Roger Penrose - Bridging Consciousness, Quantum Physics & The Universe Subscribe to Science Time: 🤍 Roger Penrose is a renowned mathematician and physicist who has made significant contributions to the fields of quantum physics, cosmology, and the study of the mind. In his lecture titled "Bridging Consciousness, Quantum Physics & The Universe," Penrose discusses the intersection of these three fields and proposes a new theory of consciousness that is grounded in the principles of quantum mechanics. At the heart of Penrose's theory is the idea that consciousness arises from the collapse of quantum wave functions in the brain. According to Penrose, this collapse creates a fundamental connection between the macroscopic world of human experience and the microscopic world of quantum physics. He argues that this connection is responsible for the emergence of consciousness as we know it. Throughout his lecture, Roger Penrose draws on examples from mathematics, physics, and neuroscience to support his arguments. He also delves into the concept of the "unconscious mind" and how it relates to his theory of consciousness. Overall, Roger Penrose's lecture provides a thought-provoking exploration of the nature of consciousness and its relationship to the quantum world and the universe at large. His ideas challenge traditional assumptions about the mind and offer a new perspective on the mysteries of human experience. #science #universe #quantumphysics

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Use this link to make use of our special offer for Curiosity Stream: 🤍 Does the universe cycle through eons, in which an infinite sequence of big bangs happen? How does Roger Penrose's conformal rescaling work and what does it have to do with entropy increase? I go through this in today's video. You can support us on Patreon: 🤍 The paper I talk about at 7 mins 3 seconds about rings in the CMB is this: 🤍 The paper about Hawking Points that I mention at 7 mins 28 seconds is this: 🤍 The re-evaluation of Hawking Points in the CMB that I talk about at 7 mins 55 seconds is here: 🤍 The paper about the past incompleteness of Steinhardt's cyclic cosmology which I refer to at 11 mins 20 seconds is here: 🤍 0:00 Introduction 0:51 What is Conformal Cyclic Cosmology? 3:01 What is CCC good for? 5:00 What's with the physics? 9:25 What do I think about it? 12:20 Sponsor message

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Free access to Closer to Truth's library of 5,000 videos: 🤍 Mathematics describes the real world of atoms and acorns, stars and stairs, with remarkable precision. So is mathematics invented by humans just like chisels and hammers and pieces of music? Or is mathematics discovered—always out there, somewhere, like mysterious islands waiting to be found? Whatever mathematics is will help define reality itself. Support the show with Closer To Truth merchandise: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose is an English mathematical physicist, recreational mathematician and philosopher. He is the Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford, as well as an Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College. Register for free at CTT.com for subscriber-only exclusives: 🤍 Closer to Truth presents the world’s greatest thinkers exploring humanity’s deepest questions. Discover fundamental issues of existence. Engage new and diverse ways of thinking. Appreciate intense debates. Share your own opinions. Seek your own answers.

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EARLY in his career, the University of Oxford mathematician Roger Penrose inspired the artist M. C. Escher to create Ascending and Descending, the visual illusion of a loop of staircase that seems to be eternally rising. It remains a fitting metaphor for Penrose's ever enquiring mind. During his long career, he has collaborated with Stephen Hawking to uncover the secrets of the big bang, developed a quantum theory of consciousness with anaesthesiologist Stuart Hameroff and won the Nobel prize in physics for his prediction of regions where the gravitational field would be so intense that space-time itself would break down, the so-called singularity at the heart of a black hole. Undeterred by the march of time - Penrose turned 91 this year - he is continuing to innovate, and even planning communications with future universes. Learn more ➤ 🤍 Subscribe ➤ 🤍 Get more from New Scientist: Official website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 About New Scientist: New Scientist was founded in 1956 for “all those interested in scientific discovery and its social consequences”. Today our website, videos, newsletters, app, podcast and print magazine cover the world’s most important, exciting and entertaining science news as well as asking the big-picture questions about life, the universe, and what it means to be human. New Scientist 🤍

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January 10, 2020 Roth Auditorium - Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine La Jolla, CA An intimate lecture with renowned mathematical physicist Sir Roger Penrose and anesthesiologist Dr. Stuart Hameroff, followed by a conversation with The Science Network co-founder Roger Bingham. Co-organized by The Penrose Institute and the UC San Diego Institute for Neural Computation, with the support of Intheon, Neocortex Ventures, and the Data Science Alliance. Sir Roger Penrose and Dr. Stuart Hameroff discuss one of the leading theories of consciousness recently selected by the Templeton Foundation for study. Is the brain a sophisticated computer or an intuitive thinking device? Following on from their conference in Tucson which pitted Integrated Information Theory (IIT) against Orchestrated Objective Reduction (Orch-OR), Sir Roger Penrose OM and Stuart Hameroff discuss the current state of theories that might explain human consciousness. Sir Roger Penrose describe examples of ‘non-computability’ in human consciousness, thoughts and actions such as the way we evaluate particular chess positions which cast doubt on ‘Turing’ computation as a complete explanation of brain function. As a source of non-computability, Roger discuss his ‘objective reduction’ (‘OR’) self-collapse of the quantum wavefunction which is a potential resolution for the ‘measurement problem’ in quantum mechanics, and a mechanism for non-computable physics. Dr. Stuart Hameroff reviews neuronal and biophysical aspects of Orch OR, in which ‘orchestrated’ quantum vibrations occur among entangled brain microtubules and evolve toward Orch OR threshold and consciousness. The nature, feasibility, decoherence times and evidence for quantum vibrations in microtubules, their role and correlation with consciousness, effects upon them of anesthetic gases and psychedelic drug molecules will be discussed, along with Orch OR criticisms and predictions of microtubule quantum vibrations as therapeutic targets for mental and cognitive disorders. Biography: Sir Roger Penrose OM FRS, Emeritus Professor at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford, Emeritus Fellow at Wadham College, and winner of the Wolf Prize in Physics, has made profound contributions across a broad range of scientific disciplines. His work encompasses geometry, black hole singularities, the unification of quantum mechanics and gravity, the structure of space-time, and the origin of our Universe. His geometric creations inspired the works of Escher, and the Penrose steps have been featured in several movies. His tilings adorn many public buildings, including the Oxford Mathematics Institute, and will soon decorate the San Francisco Transbay Terminal. The five-fold symmetry, initially thought impossible or a mathematical curiosity, has now been found in nature. In 1989 Penrose wrote The Emperor’s New Mind which challenged the premise that consciousness is computation and proposes we need new physics to understand it. Biography: Stuart Hameroff MD is an anesthesiologist at the University of Arizona in Tucson. In the mid 1990s Hameroff teamed with famed British physicist Sir Roger Penrose to develop a quantum theory of consciousness (‘orchestrated objective reduction’, ‘Orch OR’) based on microtubule quantum computing. Highly controversial and harshly criticized, Orch OR is now supported by evidence, e.g. that anesthetics act in quantum channels in microtubules, and that microtubules have multi-scalar resonances, e.g. in megahertz. He and anesthesiology colleagues performed and published the first clinical trial of transcranial ultrasound (‘TUS’) on mental states in human volunteers, showing mood enhancement from brief, low intensity TUS. Beginning in 1994 Hameroff was the lead in starting an interdisciplinary, international conference series ‘Toward a Science of Consciousness’ held in even-numbered years in Tucson, and odd-numbered years elsewhere around the world. Hameroff has written or edited 5 books, over a hundred scientific articles and book chapters, lectured around the world, and appeared in the film ‘WhattheBleep?’ and numerous TV shows about consciousness on BBC, PBS, Discovery, OWN and History Channel. Biography: Roger Bingham is the Cofounder and Director of The Science Network (🤍 and a member of the Computational Neurobiology Laboratory at the Salk Institute and the Institute for Neural Computation, UC San Diego. He is the co-author of The Origin of Minds: Evolution, Uniqueness, and the New Science of the Self, and the creator and host of Emmy award-winning PBS science programs on evolutionary psychology and cognitive neuroscience, including the critically acclaimed series The Human Quest. He is the Founding Director of the Collaboratory, a Center within INC, which is developing a Science In Society program of public and student engagement to explore and bridge the chasm between the creators and consumers of science and technology.

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Full episode with Roger Penrose (Mar 2020): 🤍 Clips channel (Lex Clips): 🤍 Main channel (Lex Fridman): 🤍 (more links below) Podcast full episodes playlist: 🤍 Podcasts clips playlist: 🤍 Podcast website: 🤍 Podcast on Apple Podcasts (iTunes): 🤍 Podcast on Spotify: 🤍 Podcast RSS: 🤍 Roger Penrose is physicist, mathematician, and philosopher at University of Oxford. He has made fundamental contributions in many disciplines from the mathematical physics of general relativity and cosmology to the limitations of a computational view of consciousness. Subscribe to this YouTube channel or connect on: - Twitter: 🤍 - LinkedIn: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍 - Medium: 🤍 - Support on Patreon: 🤍

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What is driving the mulitverse theory? Are the multiverse stories only a sticky-plaster solution to the Big Bang theory problem? Leading thinkers Sabine Hossenfelder, Roger Penrose and Michio Kaku debate. 00:00 Introduction 02:22 Michio Kaku | Multiverse theory has now dominating cosmology; it is unavoidable. 06:03 Sabine Hossenfelder | Believing in the multiverse is the logical equivalent to believing in God. 07:57 Roger Penrose | Universes are sequential and so are not independent worlds. 16:36 Theme 1 | Do scientifc theories need to be testable? 28:45 Theme 2 | Are tales of the multiverse solutions to the Big Bang theory in trouble? 42:49 Theme 3 | Will theories of the universe always be bound by untestable elements? Multiverses are everywhere. Or at least the theory is. Everyone from physicists Stephen Hawking and Brian Greene to Marvel superheroes have shown their support for the idea. But critics argue that not only is the multiverse improbable, it is also fantasy and fundamentally unscientific as the theory can never be tested - a requirement that has defined science from its outset. Should we reject the grand claims and leave multiverse theories to the pages of comic books? Are tales of the multiverse really sticking-plaster solutions for Big Bang theory in trouble? Or should we take multiverse theory as seriously as its proponents, and accept that modern science has moved beyond the bounds of experiment and into that of imagination? Watch our latest scientific debate on what the universe is made of here 🤍 #TheMultiverseFantasy #BigBangTheoryProblem #SpaceTimeContinuum Michio Kaku is the co-founder of string field theory and the author of several books including several New York Times best sellers such as ‘The God Equation: The Quest for a Theory of Everything became.’ He is also professor of theoretical physics in the City College of New York and CUNY Graduate Center. Sabine Hossenfelder is a theoretical physicist who specializes in the foundations of physics. She is a Research Fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies where she leads the group on Superfluid Dark Matter. Roger Penrose is a world-renowned mathematician and Nobel Laureate in Physics. He is best known for his work on general relativity and sharing the Wolf Prize for Physics with Stephen Hawking for his work on black holes. Hilary Lawson hosts. The Institute of Art and Ideas features videos and articles from cutting edge thinkers discussing the ideas that are shaping the world, from metaphysics to string theory, technology to democracy, aesthetics to genetics. Subscribe today! 🤍 For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍

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Blog post with show notes and transcript: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose has had a remarkable life. He has contributed an enormous amount to our understanding of general relativity, perhaps more than anyone since Einstein himself Penrose diagrams, singularity theorems, the Penrose process, cosmic censorship, and the list goes on. He has made important contributions to mathematics, including such fun ideas as the Penrose triangle and aperiodic tilings. He has also made bold conjectures in the notoriously contentious areas of quantum mechanics and the study of consciousness. In his spare time he's managed to become an extremely successful author, writing such books as The Emperor's New Mind and The Road to Reality. With far too much that we could have talked about, we decided to concentrate in this discussion on spacetime, black holes, and cosmology, but we made sure to reserve some time to dig into quantum mechanics and the brain by the end.

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Renowned mathematical physicist Sir Roger Penrose has made groundbreaking contributions from general relativity to cosmology. We unpack these ideas and bring you his latest research and findings on reality, truth, quantum and much more. Roger Penrose is an English mathematical physicist, mathematician and philosopher of science. He is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics in the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford. In this video: 00:32: How did the universe begin? 05:08: Can we understand consciousness? 13:28: Are computers intelligent? 17:59: What is free will? 22:11: What's wrong with quantum? 27:52: Are truth and beauty related? 32:53: Is there a reality? 38:44: What next? Debates and talks in order of appearance: In-depth Interview: On Gravity and Quantum Mechanics (2019) 🤍 Secrets of the Mind (2014) 🤍 March of the Machines (2015) 🤍 In-depth Interview: On Gravity and Quantum Mechanics (2019) 🤍 The Arc of Life: Roger Penrose (2019) 🤍 Truth and Beauty (2018) 🤍 Beyond Reality (2015) 🤍 The Institute of Art and Ideas features videos and articles from cutting edge thinkers discussing the ideas that are shaping the world, from metaphysics to string theory, technology to democracy, aesthetics to genetics. Subscribe today! 🤍 For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍

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Our universe spawned into existence about 13.7 billion years ago. The Big Bang is the prevailing cosmological model explaining the existence of the observable universe from the earliest known periods through its subsequent large-scale evolution. It is also widely accepted as being the beginning of space and time. However, there is one problem with this grand idea. It cannot explain the big bang itself, or the conditions that created it. Sir Roger Penrose is a British mathematician, mathematical physicist, philosopher of science and Nobel Laureate in Physics. He argues that the Big Bang was "not the beginning". There was something before the Big Bang and that something is what we will have in our future. Cosmologists have made many presumptions and hypothesis that have looked deeply into these factors that include dark matter, dark energy, several inflationary cosmological models, and inflationary cosmology. According to Roger Penrose however, proposals for describing the initial state of the universe hardly ever address a certain fundamental conundrum — yet this is a conundrum whose significance is, in a certain sense, obvious. The issue arises from one of the most fundamental principles of physics: the Second Law of thermodynamics. According to the Second Law, roughly speaking, the entropy of the universe increases with time, where the term “entropy” refers to an appropriate measure of disorder. There are many popular theories among scientists that suggest that the Big Bang was not the beginning of our universe. The many-worlds interpretation which is one of many multiverse hypotheses in physics implies that there are very many universes, perhaps infinitely many. Roger Penrose argues that the idea of many worlds is flawed because it is based on an oversimple version of quantum mechanics that does not account for gravity. According to Penrose, "the rules must change when gravity is involved". However criticism has been levied towards several parts of Penrose's theory. Penrose himself has admitted that his model is extremely speculative. #penrose #universe #science SUBSCRIBE to our channel "Science Time": 🤍 SUPPORT us on Patreon: 🤍 BUY Science Time Merch: 🤍 Sources: "File:Roger Penrose 9532.JPG" by Biswarup Ganguly is licensed under CC BY 3.0 London thinks - An intimate conversation with Roger Penrose at Connwey Hall 🤍 Gurzadyan, V. G. ; Penrose, R. On CCC-predicted concentric low-variance circles in the CMB sky 🤍 Roger Penrose - Cycles of Time: An Extraordinary New View of the Universe 23 September 2010 Newbooksnetwork - Roger Penrose Oct 19, 2021 The Cyclic Universe 🤍

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Roger Penrose, David Chalmers, Donald Hoffman, Joanna Bryson, Susan Schneider, Nigel Shadbolt, Mazviita Chirimuuta, Markus Gabriel and Fotini Markopoulo-Kalamara discuss artificial intelligence, it’s potentials, it’s limits, and the ways in which AI will inevitably alter modern society. Is it capable of surpassing human capability? 00:00 Introduction 01:20 Should we fear the evolution of AI? | Nigel Shadbolt, Joanna Bryson 09:40 Can AI be conscious? | David Chalmers, Donald Hoffman 15:30 The human body and AI | Mazviita Chirimuuta, Susan Schneider 20:35 What are the limitations of AI? | Markus Gabriel, Fotini Markopoulo-Kalamara, Roger Penrose #CanAIBeatHumans #AIAndMe #CanAIBeConscious To watch part one, visit 🤍 Debates and talks in order of appearance: Digital apes (2019) – Nigel Shadbolt 🤍 Human Justice and machine intelligence (2022) – Joanna Bryson 🤍 Consciousness in the machine (2023) – Donald Hoffman 🤍 What machines can’t do (2017) – David Chalmers 🤍 The AI Hoax (2022) – Mazviita Chirimuuta 🤍 The path to the future (2020) – Susan Schneider 🤍 AI consciousness cannot exist (2023) – Markus Gabriel 🤍 AI, emotions and the tech evolution (2021) – Fotini Markopoulo-Kalamara 🤍 Arc of life: Roger Penrose (2019) – Roger Penrose 🤍 The Institute of Art and Ideas features videos and articles from cutting edge thinkers discussing the ideas that are shaping the world, from metaphysics to string theory, technology to democracy, aesthetics to genetics. Subscribe today! 🤍 For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍

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The first 200 people to 🤍 get 20% off an annual premium subscription to Brilliant. Thanks to Brilliant for their support. This video is about a better way to understand Penrose tilings (the famous tilings invented by Roger Penrose that never repeat themselves but still have some kind of order/pattern). This project was a collaboration with Aatish Bhatia (🤍). REFERENCES Explore Penrose and Penrose-like patterns: 🤍 Video by Derek Muller/Veritasium about Penrose Patterns: 🤍 Music algorithmically generated, algorithm designed by Henry Reich N.G. de Bruijn’s paper introducing the pentagrid/Penrose idea: 🤍 De Bruijn, N.G., 1981. Algebraic theory of Penrose’s non-periodic tilings of the plane. Kon. Nederl. Akad. Wetensch. Proc. Ser. A, 43(84), pp.1-7. Here are some excellent in-depth references on how to construct Penrose Tiles Using the Pentagrid Method: Penrose Tilings Tied up in Ribbons by David Austin: 🤍 The Empire Problem in Penrose Tilings by Laura Effinger-Dean: 🤍 Pentagrids and Penrose Tilings by Stacy Mowry & Shriya Shukla: 🤍 Penrose Tiling by Andrejs Treibergs: 🤍 Algebraic Theory of Penrose's Non-Periodic Tilings of the Plane by N. G. de Bruijn: 🤍 Particularly good and helpful, and (we think) an undergrad thesis which is impressive!: 🤍 An interesting popular science read on the discovery on quasicrystals and their connection to Penrose Tilings: The Second Kind of Impossible by Paul Steinhardt: 🤍 Support MinutePhysics on Patreon! 🤍 Link to Patreon Supporters: 🤍 MinutePhysics is on twitter - 🤍minutephysics And facebook - 🤍 Minute Physics provides an energetic and entertaining view of old and new problems in physics all in a minute! Created by Henry Reich

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What came before the Big Bang? What happens when our universe ends? Eminent theoretical physicist and Hawking collaborator, Roger Penrose, has a radical theory on how the universe has no beginning. Watch the full talk at 🤍 Subscribe to the Institute of Art and Ideas 🤍 Roger Penrose is an English mathematical physicist, mathematician and philosopher of science. He is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics in the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford. He is author of The Road to Reality: A Complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe, a comprehensive guide to the Laws of Physics, as well his own theory on the Penrose Interpretation. DELVE DEEPER For debates and talks: 🤍 For articles: 🤍 For courses: 🤍 For podcasts: 🤍

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For more debates, updates and an exclusive video of Sir Roger Penrose talking about his work with Stephen Hawking on Big Bang cosmology sign up at 🤍 Celebrated mathematical physicist Sir Roger Penrose talks to renowned Christian philosopher William Lane Craig about God and the Universe. They discuss Penrose's '3 realms' view of reality and his Conformal Cyclical Cosmology. Could the fundamental nature of reality, the Big Bang and the fine tuning of the Universe point towards a creator God? Episode 2 | Season 2 of The Big Conversation The Big Conversation is a unique video series from Unbelievable? featuring world-class thinkers across the Christian and atheist community. Exploring science, faith, philosophy and what it means to be human. Listen to more sparkling conversations every week via the Unbelievable? podcast 🤍 The Big Conversation Season 2: 1. Alister McGrath & Bret Weinstein: Pt 1 🤍 Pt 2 🤍 2. Roger Penrose & William Lane Craig: 🤍 3. Bart Ehrman & Peter J Williams 🤍 The Big Conversation Season 1: Jordan Peterson & Susan Blackmore 🤍 Steven Pinker & Nick Spencer 🤍 Derren Brown & Rev Richard Coles 🤍 John Lennox & Michael Ruse 🤍 Daniel Dennett & Keith Ward 🤍 Peter Singer & Andy Bannister - 🤍 The Big Conversation is produced by Premier in partnership with the Templeton Religion Trust Videos, updates, exclusive content 🤍 For weekly debates between Christians and sceptics subscribe to the Unbelievable? podcast 🤍

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Winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics, Sir Roger Penrose joins Brian Greene to share insights into black holes, general relativity, quantum mechanics, the mathematical road toward reality, the evolution and fate of the universe, and consciousness. In this conversation, they discuss Sir Penrose's extraordinary career and the wealth of impactful ideas he has developed. This program is part of the Big Ideas series, supported by the John Templeton Foundation. Live Sessions are conversations hosted by Brian Greene with world-renowned scientists, including World Science U faculty exploring matter, mind, and the cosmos. Official Site: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #science #WorldScienceFestival

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In this video podcast Roger Penrose and Lawrence Krauss discussed his life and work in science, mathematics, art and beyond, including the work for which he won the Nobel Prize, and his recent highly controversial proposal regarding the beginning and end of the Universe. Support the Origins Podcast and get access to exclusive bonus content at 🤍

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The second Copernicus Center Lecture was delivered by Professor Roger Penrose, a famous physicist and philosopher of science. Professor Penrose titled his speech "Aeons before the Big Bang". Like the year before, the Copernicus Center Lecture was part of the Kraków Methodological Conference - "Physics and Philosophy", which was co-organized by the Copenicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies. Photos of the conference: 🤍

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Black Holes, Cosmology, and Space-Time Singularities Roger Penrose, University of Oxford, UK

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The interview brings out Nobel Prize Winner Professor Sir Roger Penrose's highly unconventional choice of subjects for deep study, which completely ignored the boundary between ‘pure’ and ‘applied’ mathematics. Those familiar with his world-leading development of relativity theory in the 1960s may be surprised to learn how much he was influenced by quantum theory in the 1950s, and also by the early origin of his new ideas. Roger also explains the influence of Dirac, Sciama and other leading figures of the 1950s, and goes on to characterise the emergence of twistor theory. Non-experts will be interested to hear how the ideas of his best-known work, The Emperor’s New Mind, also had an origin in this early period. He also adds fascinating detail about the psychology of mathematical discovery, explaining how he was very slow at school, needing extra time to think issues through for himself. The mystery of time, in physics and human consciousness, runs through the entire conversation, and lights up even the most technical aspects of the discussion. 🤍 🤍 (link to part 2: 🤍 )

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#SirRogerPenrose #BlackHoles #NobelPrize Join me for a very special discussion with Sir Roger Penrose, co-winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in physics. We will discuss Conformal Cyclic Cosmology, Black Holes, and of course, Nobel Prizes! GET OUR SLIDES: 🤍 A very special episode with Sir Roger Penrose, co-winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in physics. We discuss Conformal Cyclic Cosmology, Black Holes, and of course, Nobel Prizes! Roger is a mensch. He always makes time for me and provided one of the first and most enthusiastic "blurbs" for my book, Losing the Nobel Prize. He has always been so generous with his time, even after winning the Nobel Prize when demands for his attention are relentless. You may also enjoy this video recorded at UC San Diego in late- 2018 "Hawking Points in the CMB Sky", based loosely on his precursor book, "Cycles of Time: Conformal Cyclic Cosmology, Hawking Points in the CMB Sky" 🤍 Get Cycles of Time: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose and I will discuss his latest research including this article: Apparent evidence for Hawking points in the CMB Sky 🤍 He will also share insights into the thinking of a modern day theoretical physicist. Is the Universe destined to collapse, ending in a big crunch or to expand indefinitely until it homogenizes in a heat death? Roger will explain a third alternative, the cosmological conformal cyclic cosmology (CCC) scheme—where the Universe evolves through eons, each ending in the decay of mass and beginning again with new Big Bang. Watch my most popular videos: Sir Roger Penrose, Nobel Prize winner: 🤍 Sir Roger Penrose 🤍 Eric Weinstein: 🤍 Juan Maldacena's First Podcast Interview: 🤍 Jim Simons: 🤍 Sabine Hossenfelder: 🤍 Stephen Wolfram: 🤍 🏄♂️ Find me on Twitter at 🤍 🔥 Find me on Instagram at 🤍 📖 Buy my book LOSING THE NOBEL PRIZE: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe for more great content 🤍 ✍️Detailed Blog posts here: 🤍 📧Join my mailing list: 🤍 👪Join my Facebook Group: 🤍 🎙️Please subscribe, rate, and review the INTO THE IMPOSSIBLE Podcast on iTunes: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 A production of 🤍 We'll also discuss possible observational searches for these cycles possibly encoded in the Cosmic Microwave Background. Lastly, tune in to hear what it's like to receive an early morning phone call from the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences and learn you've won half a Nobel Prize! Sir Roger Penrose, Emeritus Professor at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford, winner of the Copley Medal and the Wolf Prize in Physics, which he shared with Stephen Hawking, has made profound contributions encompassing geometry, black hole singularities, the unification of quantum mechanics and general relativity, the structure of space-time, nature of consciousness and the origin of our Universe. In 1989 Penrose wrote The Emperor’s New Mind which challenged the premise that consciousness is computation and proposed new physics to understand it.While you wait, please enjoy my previous interview with Sir Roger Penrose, about this book: 🤍 Get the book here. 🤍 Watch my most popular videos: 🎥 Jim Simons: 🤍 Eric Weinstein: 🤍 Juan Maldacena's First Podcast Interview: 🤍 Sara Seager Venus LIfe: 🤍 Sabine Hossenfelder: 🤍 Stephen Wolfram: 🤍 🏄♂️ Twitter at 🤍 🔥 Instagram at 🤍 📖 Buy my book LOSING THE NOBEL PRIZE: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe for more great content 🤍 ✍️Detailed Blog posts here: 🤍 📧Join my mailing list: 🤍 🎙️Podcast on iTunes: 🤍

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Sir Roger Penrose is a mathematical physicist who has changed the way we see the universe. He won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2020 for his work on black holes. (Subscribe: 🤍 He tells Krishnan about how he wasn’t top of the class in maths at school, talks about his relationships with Steven Hawking and MC Escher and tells Krishnan why he thinks Artificial Intelligence is a misnomer. - Watch more of our explainer series here - 🤍 Get more news at our site - 🤍 Follow us: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍

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Roger Penrose - Physicist - Nobel Prize 2020 - University of Oxford The Oxford Handbook - Département de physique Université Paris Cité - Universidade Federal da Bahia - ARCHIMEDES S.I.E.E. Project - SPHERE-UMR7219-CNRS - APC, present two days of history and epistemology of the foundations of Quantum Mechanics. On the occasion of the publication of The Oxford Handbook of the History of Quantum Interpretations. Nearly a century after its formulation and despite its unprecedented predictive successes in accounting for physical processes, quantum mechanics is still at the center of a lively debate.In the same spirit as The Oxford handbook of the history of Quantum Interpretations, the two days offer a historical overview of the contrasts that have been at the heart of quantum physics over the past 100 years. Drawing on the extensive expertise of several lecturers working in the fields of physics, history and philosophy. Thus, the objective of these two days is to fuel the ongoing debate on the foundations of quantum mechanics by dealing with the major open questions concerning the interpretations of Quantum Mechanics. April 14 and 15, 2023 - Université Paris Diderot - France Organizing Committee : Jean-Jacques Szczeciniarz, Olival Freire, Joseph Kouneiher et Michel Paty

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good explanation from his interview with joe rogan 🤍

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