• I “Black Web” Searched Myself (and this is what I found)
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    I “Black Web” Searched Myself (and this is what I found)

    Hello everybody, my name is Luke Korns and welcome to my studio/bedroom. It this too bright? Probably. Oh, it’s actually, oh, that’s better. Oh, that’s nice. Hey guys. So here’s the thing. Here’s the rundown of what’s going on Let me backtrack a little bit a couple days ago, I was on my facebook. Yes, I still use Facebook Why do I use Facebook? I do not know, but aside from that nonsense I was scrolling down my Facebook Timeline seeing what my old Wisconsin friends are up to and I see an advertisement And that’s quite common in the Facebook atmosphere as of late but the advertisement kind of…

  • Every finite Integral Domain is a field Proof |Maths |Mad Teacher
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    Every finite Integral Domain is a field Proof |Maths |Mad Teacher

    Hello everybody in this video we are going to prove that every finite integral domain is a field So if you’re interested in that then just keep watching the video Yeah, please subscribe it won’t hurt So, to start the proof we suppose a random finite integral domain and use its features to prove that it is a field But before that let’s revisit the definition of integral domain real quick So integral domain is basically a commutative ring with identity 1 is not equal to 0 and containing no zero divisors Here 1 is not equal to 0 means that multiplicative identity, that is 1 is different from additive…

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    Jeff Hawkins: How brain science will change computing

    I do two things: I design mobile computers and I study brains. Today’s talk is about brains and — (Audience member cheers) Yay! I have a brain fan out there. (Laughter) If I could have my first slide, you’ll see the title of my talk and my two affiliations. So what I’m going to talk about is why we don’t have a good brain theory, why it is important that we should develop one and what we can do about it. I’ll try to do all that in 20 minutes. I have two affiliations. Most of you know me from my Palm and Handspring days, but I also run a…

  • Fact vs. Theory vs. Hypothesis vs. Law… EXPLAINED!
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    Fact vs. Theory vs. Hypothesis vs. Law… EXPLAINED!

    [MUSIC] We need to get something straight. Evolution by natural selection is a theory. So is climate change. But people keep saying that like it’s a bad thing… [MUSIC] I get it, I understand your frustration. We’re all searching for ultimate hashtag #truth, and complex, challenging ideas don’t always fit nice and neatly in our brains. But what is truth? Are there different levels of truth? Are some truths truthier than others? I don’t know. But I do know this: Science is the absolute best tool we have for understanding how the universe works, and theory is not a 4-letter word. If we’re going to trust science together, the least…

  • Solving the Impossible in Quantum Field Theory | Space Time
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    Solving the Impossible in Quantum Field Theory | Space Time

    [MUSIC PLAYING] HOST: This episode is supported by Curiosity Stream. Quantum field theory is stunningly successful at describing the smallest scales of reality, but its equations are also stunningly complex. A lot of the genius in QFT’s development was in finding brilliant hacks to make these equations workable. The most famous of these are the incredible Feynman diagrams. [MUSIC PLAYING] The equations of quantum field theory allow us to calculate the behavior of subatomic particles by expressing them as vibrations in quantum fields. But even the most elegant and complete formulations of quantum field theory, like the Dirac equation or Feynman’s path integral, become impossibly complicated when we try to…