1. Abraham Avnisan: Toward a Quantum Poetics


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    Abraham Avnisan (MFA in Art & Technology) gives a talk on his work and practice including his current project Collocations.

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    • A Breakthrough in Quantum Computing?


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      Job: Camera & Lighting Services for TIME Magazine Follow Us! https://www.facebook.com/Protin.Pictures https://twitter.com/ProtinPictures https://www.google.com/+ProtinPictures Description:…

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      • A genuinely original idea


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        Profile of Professor Christopher Isham from Imperial College London, winner of the 2011 Dirac Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics for his major contributions to the search for a consistent quantum…

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        • All of Physics, Part 4: Dirac


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          John Williamson brings together the very large and the very small in this review of Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, culminating in Paul Dirac's famous equation describing spin-½ particles…

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          • All of Physics, Part 3: Electrodynamics


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            Taking a different route from the text-book one, John derives Maxwell's equations. As a consequence, he ends up with a bit more than he expected, also deriving a quantised photon, the exclusion…

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            • All of Physics, Part 1: Introduction


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              First part of the series "All of Physics" delivered by John Williamson at The University of Glasgow. Covers Scientific Method and The Standard Model, and a bit of quantum mechanics.

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              • All of Physics, Part 2: Quantum Mechanics


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                John WIlliamson continues his review of All of Physics with de Broglie's "Harmony of Phases". It was called "The French Madness", but now it's called "Quantum Mechanics".…

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                • Amit Goswami Beyond the Ego Self www.avaiya.com/tao


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                  If you’ve seen Leap! and loved it, The Tao of Quantum Physics bridges the gap between Science & Spirituality and provides breakthrough ideas that will transform your experience of reality.…

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                  • Amit Goswami Possibility into Actuality Clip


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                    This incredible new movie features: Fred Alan Wolf: Featured in Leap! and What The Bleep!? Joe Dispenza: Featured in What The Bleep!? Will Arntz: Creator of What The Bleep!? & featured in Leap! Amit…

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