Quantum Misunderstandings with Professor Brian Cox and Robin Ince


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    A Crash Course In Particle Physics

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    Professor Brian Cox of the University of Manchester presents an educational walk, through the fundamentals of Particle Physics.

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    Brian Cox: Making Sense of the Cosmos HD ABC RN Breakfast

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    Particle physicist Brian Cox is one of the world's foremost science communicators and is in Australia to tour a new stage presentation, Making Sense of the Cosmos, and for a special one off show in collaboration with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

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    Richard Dawkins interviews Deepak Chopra

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  • Professor Brian Cox On The Jonathan Ross Show Full Interview .

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    Professor Brian Cox chats to Jonathan about amongst other things his new BBC TV series Wonders Of Life and his book accompanying the series.

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    Quantum Physicist asking question to Deepak Chopra

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  • STEPHEN HAWKING Y DEEPACK CHOPRA CON LARRY KING 1/3

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  • All-Time Top Brian Cox Brilliant Moments Part One

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    The Best Screen in Britain - Professor Brian Cox Live 2017 with Robin Ince

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    In May of 2017 Professor Brian Cox and Robin Ince set out on a 17 date arena tour of the UK and Ireland. One of the most common questions on the tour was 'What sort of technical wizardry is that screen?' So we had Robin Ince spoke to the person who runs it, Adam Scott.

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    Brian Cox Reveals Why the Earth Is Round | This Morning

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  • Stephen Hawking and Brian Cox discuss mind over matter

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    Brian Cox: it is not acceptable to promote bad science

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    Professor Brian Cox criticises policy and journalism that ignores scientific facts and findings. He also talks about the importance of funding in physics with increased demand for the subject at university level.

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    Measuring the Speed of Light - Wonders of the Universe w/ Brian Cox - BBC

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    In the last episode of Professor Brian Cox's epic journey across the universe, he travels from the fossils of the Burgess Shale to the sands of the oldest desert in the world to show how light holds the key to our understanding of the whole universe, including our own deepest origins. To understand how light holds the key to the story of the universe, you first have to understand its peculiar properties. The man who first grasped these properties was Danish astronomer Ole Rømer, who in 1676 made the first quantitative measurements of the speed of light.

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    Having explored the wonders of the solar system, Professor Brian Cox steps boldly on to an even bigger stage - the universe. Who are we? Where do we come from? For thousands of years humanity has turned to religion and myth for answers to these enduring questions. But in this series, Brian presents a different set of answers - answers provided by science.

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    Infinite Monkey Cage live at NYU, New York 03052015

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    Intro with song by Eric Idle

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    Prof. Brian Cox | Carpool

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    Professor Brian Cox gets a ride to the park, talking about his work at CERN, the speed of light, his role in the Blair administration and his new baby George.
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    March for Science London 2017 - A Short Retrospective

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    On Earth Day 2017 thousands and thousands of people around the world marched for science. With governments and media more and more ignoring facts in the areas of climate change, medicine and more people, both scientists and citizens alike, took to the streets to stand up for science.

    In London 10 000+ people headed to Westminster to speak against a post truth environment where a rally saw speeches from the likes of Robin Ince and Helen Czerski.

    As proud legacy partners for the march, The Cosmic Shambles Network sent Ginny Smith there for the day.

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    Is Time Travel Possible? - The Science of Doctor Who - Doctor Who - BBC

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    Is Time Travel really Possible? In this clip Professor Brian Cox - a confirmed Doctor Who fan - undertakes an experiment with a light showing that time moves faster for a stationary clock than a moving clock, which appears to move more slowly over the same length of time. His conclusion is that time travel is possible, but only into the future!

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  • Brian Cox and Leonard Susskind on String Theory

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    Dr Brian Cox and Leonard Susskind talk about String Theory

  • Adam Rutherford - Chaos of Delight

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    On the 28th February 1832, as he voyaged on the Beagle, Charles Darwin wrote in his diary of the experience of being in a Brazilian rainforest. He wrote, The delight one experiences in such times bewilders the mind, if the eye attempts to follow the flight of a gaudy butter-fly, it is arrested by some strange tree or fruit; if watching an insect one forgets it in the stranger flower it is crawling over, if turning to admire the splendour of the scenery, the individual character of the foreground fixes the attention. The mind is a chaos of delight, out of which a world of future and more quiet pleasure will arise.

    To us, it is one of Darwin's most beautiful passages and when interviewing over 150 people for The Incomplete Map of the Cosmic Genome, we asked most of our guests when they had experienced such a 'Chaos of Delight'. Here is Dr Adam Rutherford. His latest book 'A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived' is out now.

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  • Was Brian Cox wrong? - Sixty Symbols

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    Brian Cox ruffled a few feathers with a TV lecture which touched upon the Pauli Exclusion Principle. Two of our Sixty Symbols regulars - Ed Copeland and Tony Padilla - try to explain what it was all about.

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  • Professor Brian Cox Explains Engineering Prize

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    Professor Brian Cox explains the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering

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    Professor Brian Cox chats about his new book Human Universe

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    Professor Brian Cox gives us his personal take on the past, present and future of this unlikely and unfathomably precious phenomenon - the story of humanity from the birth of the Universe to the ultimate fate of our species.

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    Brian Cox visits the worlds biggest vacuum chamber - Human Universe: Episode 4 Preview - BBC Two

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    Programme website: Brian Cox visits NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio to see what happens when a bowling ball and a feather are dropped together under the conditions of outer space.

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    Professor Brian Cox Live Tour Debrief with Brian & Robin Ince

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    In the latter half of 2016 Professor Brian Cox and Robin Ince hit the road across the UK on what would become a record breaking live science and comedy tour. Here, before the final night of the tour at a sold out Hammersmith Apollo in London, they sit down to chat about what went on during the 48 dates.

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    Quantum Mechanics explained in 60 seconds by Brian Cox - BBC News

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    British physicist Brian Cox is challenged by the presenter of Radio 4's 'Life Scientific', Jim Al-Khalili, to explain the rules of quantum mechanics in just a minute. Brian succeeds; while conceding that the idea that everything is inherently probabilistic, is challenging. Even Einstein found it difficult.

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    Philanthropic giving: Prof Brian Cox

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    Prof Brian Cox talks about the benefits of philanthropy at The University of Manchester: Investing in universities is probably one of the best things you could do.

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    Robin Ince Speech at March For Science London

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    Co-Founder of The Cosmic Shambles Network, co-host of The Infinite Monkey Cage, writer, comedian and broadcaster, Robin Ince was one of the keynote speakers at the rally in Westminster.

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    Professor Brian Cox Live Tour Wrap Up

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    At the end of their world record setting arena tour, Professor Brian Cox and Robin Ince chatted with us about how it went.

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    Joe Rogan Experience #610 Brian Cox

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    Why science and maths matter. The best explanation I have ever heard. Ever. All copyright belongs to Joe Rogan and Brian Cox I am only chopping it up like this to spread this around.

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    Francisco Diego Speech at March for Science London

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    Astronomer Dr Francisco Diego's powerful and emotional speech in Westminster as part of the London March for Science.

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  • The Quest For Wonder - Episode 1 - My Wonders Escaped

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    Professor Brian Cox's Wonder has escaped, so together with Robin Ince they're off on an adventure to the Science Museum to find it!

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  • Simon Singh Speech - March for Science Bristol

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    Best selling science writer Dr Simon Singh speaks at the Bristol March for Science.

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    Why we need the explorers | Brian Cox

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    In tough economic times, our exploratory science programs -- from space probes to the LHC -- are first to suffer budget cuts. Brian Cox explains how curiosity-driven science pays for itself, powering innovation and a profound appreciation of our existence.

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    The Power of Gravity - Wonders of Life w/ Prof Brian Cox - BBC

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    Professor Brian Cox explores the power of gravity and how small creatures such as insects appear to have superpower strength in comparison to humans.

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    AC Grayling - Chaos of Delight

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    On the 28th February 1832, as he voyaged on the Beagle, Charles Darwin wrote in his diary of the experience of being in a Brazilian rainforest. He wrote, The delight one experiences in such times bewilders the mind, if the eye attempts to follow the flight of a gaudy butter-fly, it is arrested by some strange tree or fruit; if watching an insect one forgets it in the stranger flower it is crawling over, if turning to admire the splendour of the scenery, the individual character of the foreground fixes the attention. The mind is a chaos of delight, out of which a world of future and more quiet pleasure will arise.

    To us, it is one of Darwin's most beautiful passages and when interviewing over 150 people for The Incomplete Map of the Cosmic Genome, we asked most of our guests when they had experienced such a 'Chaos of Delight'. Here is philosopher Professor AC Grayling.

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  • Brian Cox Swears When Passionately Justifying The Big Bang Theorys Scientific Proof | The Last Leg

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    Brian Cox gets annoyed when discussing Ben Carson's less-than-scientific stance on the Big Bang Theory!
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  • Helen Czerski Interview and Speech at March for Science London

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    Dr Helen Czerski, bubble physicist and science writer and broadcaster chats about why she's marching for science. At the end of the interview you can watch Helen's speech as part of the rally in Westminster at the end of the march.

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  • The Infinite Monkey Cage - Series 1 Episode 3: Quantum Theory, Astrology, CERN

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    With physicist Brian Cox and comedian Robin Ince.

    Physicist Brian Cox and comedian Robin Ince take a witty, irreverent and unashamedly rational look at the world according to science.

    Physicist turned comedian Ben Miller joins Brian and Robin to discuss quantum physics, and if astrology really shares its roots with more scientific pursuits. They also discuss the largest scientific experiment ever undertaken, currently storming ahead in a large underground tunnel just outside Geneva.

  • Television scientist Brian Cox gives a personal interview to the University of Huddersfield

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    Upon receiving an honorary award from the University of Huddersfield, Scientist and television presenter Professor Brian Cox gives a personal interview about degree study, his future television plans and the possibility of performing with Gary Barlow and Take That. See the full story here:

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    Angela Saini Speech - March for Science London

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    Science journalist Angela Saini's speech as part of the rally in Westminster at the end of the march in London

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    Meet the Robin Ince & Brian Cox puppets

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    Brian Cox: Interview

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    An interview with actor Brian Cox which briefly touches upon his role in Manhunter. Terry Wogan does the interview as part of his Now & Then series and shows their first meeting on his BBC1 show back in 1985. manhunter1986.com

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    Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw discuss The Quantum Universe

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    EVERYTHING THAT CAN HAPPEN DOES HAPPEN
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    Brian and Robins Christmas Compendium of Reason

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    Prof Brian Cox, Cmdr Chris Hadfield, Robin Ince, Ross Noble - Discussing the ISS, the Universe and Everything.

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    The effect of Ricky Gervais laugh on Robin Inces brain

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    Professor Brian Cox Interview - Interstellar Live at the Royal Albert Hall

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    Professor Brian Cox attends The Royal Albert Hall special event celebrating the music from Interstellar written by Hans Zimmer. Zimmer also attended the event which saw an orchestra play the movie score while watched by an onlooking audience.

    Director Christopher Nolan was also in attendance along with Sir Michael Caine and Stephen Hawking.

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    The mind is a chaos of delight: Robin Ince at TEDxDublin

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    Robin Ince began as a stand up at age 22 and was runner up in So You Think You're Funny after a few gigs. He now co-presents a Radio 4 science show with Professor Brian Cox, tours solo shows about rational thinking, science and things that have made him creatively produce live shows such as Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People, The Book Club and Uncaged Monkeys. His first book, Robin Ince's Bad Book Club is available and most of his second one resides in his mind. He also co-wrote a feature film called Razzle Dazzle which opened the New York Children's Film festival and did okay in Turkey.

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    Robin Ince: Science versus wonder?

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    Does science ruin the magic of life? In this grumpy but charming monologue, Robin Ince makes the argument against. The more we learn about the astonishing behavior of the universe -- the more we stand in awe.

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    The Doomsday Clock - March for Science Film

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    Professor Raymond Pierrehumbert of Oxford University talks about the March for Science in a special film made to promote the march ahead of Earth Day.

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    Robin Ince on Creationism

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    UK Comedian Robin Ince talks about Creationism and Intelligent Design. From the show Comedy Cuts aired 2007/03/15 on ITV in the UK.

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