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  • Mis-attempts at physics questions:

    Audience: “Is there a connection between the dark force and black holes?”
    Susskind: “Dark matter or dark energy?”




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  • Highly recommendable.

    The current view of black holes says that for Alice, who crosses the event horizon of a black hole, everything appears to be ok, whereas Bob, who observes her from outside, sees her boiling up in a hot soup on its surface.

    Both “realities” are true.

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  • If something is probabilistic, chances are that the underlying reality is looped and complex.

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  • Behaviourism’s big problem is that it refers to the skin as the border of the person. This makes all the “internals” eerie thingies, subject to mentalist blabla that, from that external perspective, can never be understood. Therefore, Skinner always argued that the enactor is the “speaker”, thoughts being mere stimuli and unrelated to will.

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  • Krauss is the first guy I hear saying what I’ve preaching for years: The question where the universe came from or what caused it makes no sense.

    If time and space arise with the universe, there is no causality or locus outside of it. You’re simply asking a question that points outside of the universe’s domain. Those questions can be asked, but they are pure nonsense.

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