Lawrence Krauss: A Universe from Nothing

Lawrence Krauss gave this very entertaining science talk about the beginning of the universe at AAI 2009.

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Walter Lewin: How to make teaching come alive

If you’re reluctant to watch a 90 minutes physics lecture, I’m sure MIT physics professor Walter Lewin will convince you in 90 seconds.

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Michio Kaku: Escape to a Parallel Universe

Michio Kaku talks about how the universe might end and a theory to survive it.

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Richard Feynman: Fun to Imagine

I finally had the time to watch the entire Richard Feynman monologue "Fun to imagine" and I strongly recommend it.

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Brian Cox: A Wonderful Creation Story

In this short TED talk, Brian Cox tells the wonderful creation story.

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