## The Man Who Corrected Einstein

In the late 19-teens, Albert Einstein had a new hammer, and he was in search of nails to hit. He had just developed a new and more powerful mathematical description of gravity , and...

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# Category: Physics

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The Man Who Corrected Einstein

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Wormhole Theory Explained – Breaking Spacetime!

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How Scientists Created A Wormhole In A Lab

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What If a Wormhole Formed in Our Solar System?

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Artificial Gravity

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Will Wormholes Allow Fast Interstellar Travel?

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The Artificial Gravity Lab

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Wormholes Explained – Breaking Spacetime

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Orbital Dynamics Part 01 First Discoveries

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Solar System Dynamics: Orbits and Kepler’s Laws

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Orbital Mechanics in 60 Seconds – I

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Crazy Engineering: Astrodynamics

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Why Black Holes Could Delete The Universe – The Information Paradox

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Black Holes Explained – From Birth to Death

In the late 19-teens, Albert Einstein had a new hammer, and he was in search of nails to hit. He had just developed a new and more powerful mathematical description of gravity , and...

Do wormholes really exist like we think they do? And what are they really like if so? Join me as we explore the Wormhole Theory! So if you’ve watched any kind of sci-fi show...

Wormholes were theorized in 1935 by my buddy Al Einstein and his pal Nathan Rosen as part of the theory of general relativity. They were called Einstein-Rosen “bridges,” and are thought of as holes...

This is ‘What If,’ and here’s what would happen if a wormhole formed in our Solar System. You’ve probably heard of wormholes through Thor, Interstellar, Star Trek, or if you’re really old school, Albert...

Gravity. It’s what keeps us held to the surface of the Earth and provides a sense of up and down. When we venture into space and orbit the Earth, or some other world, the...

From Stargate to Interstellar, wormholes have long been one of our favorite method for traveling across fictional universes. But they’ve also been a very serious field of study for some of the greatest minds...

– Last video, I was at the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Lab at Brandeis University, and while I was there one of the team just casually mentioned that they have an artificial gravity laboratory....

If you saw a wormhole in reality, it would appear round, spherical, a bit like a black hole. Light from the other side passes through and gives you a window to a faraway place....

Welcome to orbital dynamics. This is a multi-part course on the basics of orbital dynamics. The orbital dynamicsor orbital mechanics textbooks assumefamiliarity with calculus and all thealgebra and trig that goes along with that....

The planets orbit the Sun in a counterclockwisedirection as viewed from above the Sun’s northpole, and the planets’ orbits all are alignedto what astronomers call the ecliptic plane. The story of our greater understanding...

So, contrary to what you see in moviesspacecraft can’t just sit around inspace near a planet because they’d fallright into it. To stay in space we needto get into orbit. So first we take...

The Cassini Mission has beenexploring the Saturn systemfor nearly 13 years and hasrewritten the textbookson the ringed planetand its moonsbut the spacecraft ispretty much out of fuel. Following NASA’s planetaryprotection guidelines,the mission willend with...

Black holes are the most powerful things in the universe, strong enough to rip whole stars into atom sized piecesWell, this is scary enough. They have an even more powerful and dark property: they...

Black holes are one of the strangest things in existence. They don’t seem to make any sense at all. Where do they come from. . . . . . and what happens if you...

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