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    How to Learn Faster with the Feynman Technique

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    If you want to cut your study time, using the Feynman Technique is a great way to do it. Named after the physicist Richard Feynman, it revolves around explaining a concept in simple language as if you were teaching it to someone else.

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    The Fantastic Mr Feynman

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    Richard Feynman is one of the most iconic, influential and inspiring scientists of the 20th century. He helped design the atomic bomb, solved the mystery of the Challenger Shuttle catastrophe and won a Nobel Prize. Now, 25 years after his death - in his own words and those of his friends and family - this is the story of the most captivating communicator in the history of science

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    TEDxCaltech - Leonard Susskind - Richard Feynman

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    Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Physics at Stanford University.  His research interests include string theory, quantum field theory, quantum statistical mechanics, and quantum cosmology. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and, since 2009, has been serving as Director of the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics.

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    On January 14, 2011, Caltech hosted TEDxCaltech, an exciting one-day event to honor Richard Feynman, Nobel Laureate, Caltech physics professor, iconoclast, visionary, and all-around curious character. Visit TEDxCaltech.com for more details.

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    CNN, Feynman and the Challenger disaster

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    June 1986 Interview of Richard Feynman on the Challenger Disaster (Footage taken from ) The interview begins at 2:30.

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    The Feynman Technique

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    Richard Feynman was a physicist who received a nobel prize for his work in quantum electrodynamics. He was notorious for asking his mathematicians to explain concepts in simple language to test their understanding.

    Here his unique technique to learn new materials:

    Step 1. Choose a topic you want to understand and start studying it. Once you know what it is about, take a piece of paper and write the topic at the top of the page.

    Step 2. Pretend you’re teaching the idea to someone else. Write out an explanation on the paper while you describe them out loud. Like this you get an idea of what you understand and where you still have gaps. Whenever you get stuck, go back and study. Repeat that process until you can explain it.

    Step 3. Finally do it again, but now simplify your language or use an analogy to make the point. If your explanation ends up wordy and confusing, that’s an indication that you do not understand the idea well enough. If that happens go back until you have mastered it.

    It is the process of thinking about an idea while teaching it that make the method so effective. Once you can explain an idea with simple language and create graphic analogies, you have deeply understood it and will remember it for a long time.

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    Those 7 Times Atheists Went Next Level Genius

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    How to Use the Feynman Technique - Study Tips - How to Study

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    Hello Socratica Friends! We're here to help you be a Great Student. One of the greatest students of all time was also one of the greatest teachers of all time - Richard Feynman. He was a Nobel-winning physicist, who was legendary for being able to reach even complete novices with his clear, jargon-free explanations. Feynman knew a lot about how to help students learn, because he himself was insatiably curious, and never stopped learning.

    The Feynman Technique is named after this extraordinary thinker. It’s a way to test yourself as you study - do you REALLY understand something? Or are you just repeating what you read in a textbook or heard in class? This is one of the most important study tips to learn about being a great student, whether you are in high school, college, grad school, or you are learning on your own.

    After you watch the video, try our Feynman Technique Challenge - pick something complicated you are studying, and try to explain it to us in the comments. USE THE FEYNMAN TECHNIQUE! Are you a great explainer?

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    Richard Feynman - Problem Solving

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    Richard Feynman was one of the greatest problem solvers of the 20th century and loved being puzzled and solving puzzles, a quality that made him a legendary physicist. To be good at science is to be good at being puzzled and seeing puzzles in everyday phenomena that are taken for granted, allowing you to see what is right in front of you in a new and exciting point of view. This allows for huge developments and innovations that are completely different from anything before.

    One of the 3 winners of the 1965 Nobel prize in Physics for his work, Feynman is was an expert on quantum mechanics and developed the Path Integral formulation of Relativistic Quantum mechanics, used in Quantum Field Theory, interpreted the Born series of scattering amplitudes as vertices and Green's function propagators in his famous diagrams, the Feynman Diagrams, and also worked on the fundamental excitations in Liquid Helium leading to a correct model describing superfluidity using phonons, maxons and rotons to describe the various excitation curves.

    During the Manhatten Project, Richard Feynman performed theoretical calculations on the first nuclear weapons developed during the Manhatten project with his supervisor Hans Bethe. They extended Serber's original formula for the yield of a nuclear weapon and developed the Bethe-Feynman formula, which is still classified by the US government even today.

    Other fields of work include the Wheeler-Feynman Absorber Theory for Electromagnetic Radiation, developed with his colleague John A. Wheeler, which was the first attempt to create a theory of electromagnetism that obeys time-reversal theory.

    He also developed the Feynman-Hellmann Theorem, which can be formulated from his own Path Intregral interpretation and relate the derivative of the total energy of any system to the expectation value of the derivative of the Hamiltonian with respect to a single parameter, e.g volume.

    This theory makes possible the calculation of the intramolecular forces of individual molecule in terms of the electronic density (ρ(r)) and the atomic coordinates and nuclear charges of the individual atoms. This, simulated on computers, allows dynamical molecular and quantum systems to be simulated on powerful computers. Such technology is only beginning to have applications in the fields of simulating how proteins fold, how to design drugs that act specifically on biochemical processes and how to simulate quantum logic and computation, something Feynman had predicted long before before the first atomic traps were invented.

    Feynman was also a huge visionary in the fields of nanotechnology and small scale manufacturing, something which has led to the modern age and continues to accelerate to new developments in human civilization today.

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    The Best Teacher I Never Had

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    A video tribute from Bill Gates to Richard Feynman: phenomenal explainer, amazing scientist, and all-around colorful guy.

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    SpaceX Launches and Lands Falcon 9 AGAIN! 25.06.2017

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    A second successful mission in three days! This afternoon, SpaceX successfully launched and landed their Falcon 9 rocket as part of the Iridium-2 mission.

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    Those 7 Times Atheists Went Beast Mode

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    Just when you think the titles couldn't get any more ridiculous, we're now at beast mode! (inspired by my roommate) For your viewing pleasure, please enjoy these seven spot-on intellectual statements made by today's most prominent atheists, agnostics, scientists and non-believers.

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    7 Times Carl Sagan Went Next Level Genius

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    Wisdom and knowledge never sounded so good coming from Carl Sagan. Please enjoy these seven genius moments with the greatest science educator of our time Carl Sagan.

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    Those 7 Savage Atheist Mic Drops

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    My hope for this video was to make a best-of-the-best compilation of punchy, well-delivered atheist wisdom. It was so hard to narrow it down to 7!

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    Those 7 Neil deGrasse Tyson Fatalities

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    I was able to find some less circulated CSPAN stuff on Neil deGrasse Tyson, and luckily the collection turned out great. It is my pleasure to present seven mind-blowing and thought provoking moments with science educator/ astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.

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    Richard Feynman, The Great Explainer: Great Minds

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    In Two Minutes Sean Carroll Nails Everything

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    Physicist Sean Carroll makes some amazing points on science versus new age spiritualism, religion and God - he nails it. This is likely the best argument for atheism/ naturalism/ science/ reason, over religion/ faith/ god I have ever heard.

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    10 Times Carl Sagan Blew Our Minds

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    This video is a tribute to legendary astronomer and public science educator Carl Sagan.

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    10 Times Elon Musk Blew Our Minds Part Four

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    Elon shares more awesome insights in Part 4 the series. Elon Musk is arguably the worlds most respected entrepreneur and visionary. He is the founder, chairman and CEO of Tesla Motors, and founder/ CEO of SpaceX. He is co-founder and chairman at SolarCity which was recently approached by Telsa in a takeover bid. He was also the co-creator of PayPal.

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    Watch: Carl Sagans words are still relevant today

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    The irreplaceable Carl Sagan left us on December 20, 1996 yet his legacy lives on, and his words are astonishingly relevant some 30 years later.

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    7 Times Lisa Randall Went Off The Genius Deep End

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    In these seven brain twisting moments, Harvard theoretical physicist Lisa Randall goes off the genius deep end exploring the Large Hadron Collider, membranes, the Higgs field, America losing faith in science, life in the universe and more.

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    7 Times Michio Kaku Went Beast Mode

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    10 Times Sean Carroll Blew Our Minds

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    Sean Carroll is a cosmologist and physicist at the California Institute of Technology. He is perhaps better known for being an outspoken critic of religion/ theism, while supporting a naturalist/ agnostic/ atheist point of view. He received his PhD in astronomy and astrophysics in 1993 from Harvard University.

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    THE FEYNMAN SERIES - Beauty

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    Those 7 Savage Christopher Hitchens Flawless Victories

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    Christopher Hitchens was arguably the most courageous and well-read intellectual of our time. Please enjoy these seven dangerous ideas on atheism, religion, theology and more, featuring the late author/ journalist Christopher Hitchens.

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    Those 7 Savage Christopher Hitchens Mic Drops

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    For this compilation, I searched long and hard for seven Hitchslaps that were not in heavy circulation on YouTube already - I think it turned out great! For many intellectuals, journalist and author Christopher Hitchens is the foremost modern arbiter of enlightenment and knowledge. His courageous and well-researched opinions on religion, politics, faith, non-belief, secularism and atheism will forever enshrine him among the giants of reason.

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    SpaceX Launches and Lands Reused Falcon 9 23.06.2017

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    Elon Musk and SpaceX have done it again! This afternoon, SpaceX successfully launched and landed a reused Falcon 9 rocket as part of the BulgariaSat-1 mission - and as always the footage was spectacular!

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    Those 6 Times Scientists Nailed Everything

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    Science is the best process we have to come up with new, innovative ideas. Here are 6 amazing clips from our favorite public intellectuals that highlight the power of science!

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    7 Times Steven Pinker Went Next Level Genius

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    Harvard cognitive scientist Steven Pinker covers a wide range of interesting topics in this compilation, including word magic, artificial intelligence, atheism, wisdom, democracy, evolution denial, swearing and more.

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    10 Times Atheists Blew Our Minds Part Three

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    More thought provoking points and arguments on the fallacies of religion from all of our favorite atheists, secularists, agnostics and scientists.

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    A SpaceX Falcon 9 launched 10 satellites Iridium-2 NEXT and landed again | SpaceX News.

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    SpaceX launched the Iridium-2 from Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Falcon-9 landed on the droneship “Just Read The Instruction” The instantaneous launch window was at 1:25 p.m. PDT, or 20:25 UTC, on Sunday, June 25. A backup launch opportunity was opened at 1:19 p.m. PDT, or 20:19 UTC, on Monday, June 26.
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    SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket delivered 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit for Iridium, a global leader in mobile voice and data satellite communications. This is the second set of 10 satellites in a series of 75 total satellites that SpaceX will launch for Iridium’s next generation global satellite constellation, Iridium® NEXT. The satellites will begin deployment about an hour after launch.
    After a successful first launch, the next order of business is ensuring that each of the first ten satellites successfully arrived in orbit and telemetry has been received. Iridium is proud to share that all ten Iridium NEXT satellites have successfully been deployed...
    Mission covers delivering to orbit ten satellites operated by Iridium on atop of Falcon-9 rocket and was originally scheduled for October 2016.
    Iridium Next satellites are next generation of iridium satellites created to replace previous satellites and enhance Iridium satellite phone network. They were designed by Thales Alenia Space in the cooperation with Orbital Sciences Corporation as payload and bus integrator. Their payload is transponders operating in L band and Ka band (crosslink and downlink). Each satellite weighs 800 kg and is powered with two solar arrays. Iridium NEXT has at least ten years of operational life and will be placed on LEO with 780 km × 780 km with inclination at 86.4°.
    Iridium is replacing its existing constellation by sending 75 Iridium NEXT satellites into space on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket over 8 different launches.
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    7 Times Elon Musk Went Next Level Genius

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    Genius is not a word to be thrown around lightly, but I would argue that there are very few people who deserve the genius label more than Elon Musk. Not only a genius of the mind, Elon is also a pragmatic genius, turning his ideas into multiple billion dollar businesses. There is simply no other person on Earth like him.

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    7 Times Richard Dawkins Made Our Brains Hurt

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    Hearing some of these creationists speak makes my brain hurt (in a bad way). Luckily, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins combs through the filth and gives it to us straight in these seven awesome moments.

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    SpaceX Launches Through Fog - Iridium-2 Mission

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    10 Things Science Taught Us

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    10 things science taught us as told by particle physicist Brian Cox, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, astronomer Carl Sagan, theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, physicist Duncan Brown, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins and physicist/ entrepreneur Elon Musk.

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    Those 6 Times Neil deGrasse Tyson Nailed Everything

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    Six more informative and inspirational moments with your favorite astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. Thanks again for all the support and nice comments/ debates!

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    That Time Neil deGrasse Tyson Made Us Question Everything

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    Neil deGrasse Tyson touches our soul in this clip where he talks about aliens and considers the idea of extraterrestrials already living among us in secret.

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    Those 7 Times Steven Pinker Blew Our Minds

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    It's my pleasure to display the thoughts of cognitive scientist Steven Pinker. Besides having amazing hair, Steven is a popular author, and professor of psychology at Harvard University. Please enjoy these seven thought provoking moments on the human mind, belief, faith, mythology, religion, atheism and more featuring Steven Pinker. #5 is especially relevant with campaigns and the election just wrapping up.

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    7 Times Neil deGrasse Tyson Was Smart AF

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    7 Times Matt Dillahunty Offended Your Delusional Beliefs

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    Matt Dillahunty knows his shit and cares deeply about the truth, as evident in these seven enlightening moments.

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    Neil deGrasse Tyson - are we alone? have we been visited?

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    Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson shares his thoughts on aliens and other life in the universe.

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    Those 7 Times Atheists Nailed Everything

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    7 of the best I could gather. Agnostic, secularist, free-thinker, non-believer, atheist - no matter how you label it, these guys make some amazing points on the inconsistencies of religion and theism.

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    Richard Feynman - The World from another point of view

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    The famous American physicist Richard Feynman used to take holidays in England. His third wife, Gweneth Howarth, was a native of West Yorkshire, so every year the Feynman family would visit her hometown of Ripponden or the nearby hamlet of Mill Bank.

    In 1973 Yorkshire public television made a short film of the Nobel laureate while he was there. The resulting film, Take the World From Another Point of View, was broadcast in America as part of the PBS Nova series. The documentary features a fascinating interview, but what sets it apart from other films on Feynman is the inclusion of a lively conversation he had with the eminent British astrophysicist Fred Hoyle.

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    7 Times Atheists Went Next Level Beast Mode

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    Our favorite atheists and free thinkers share their thoughts on faith, religion, belief and more in these seven enlightening moments.

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    7 Times Steven Weinberg Blew Our Minds

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    I guarantee you will learn something new and have your mind twisted after this video! Nobel prize winner Steve Weinberg is arguably the worlds most preeminent theoretical physicist living today. Hear his thoughts on quantum mechanics, quantum wave theory, the theory of everything, multiple universes, religion, philosophy and more in these seven provocative moments.

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    7 Times Neil deGrasse Tyson Went Next Level Genius

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