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2022 Nobel Prize lectures in physics

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  • Жарияланды 2022 ж. 6 Жел.

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  • Muge Oskay
    Muge Oskay Ай бұрын +5

    The very beginning of the speach of Anton Zeilinger is so humbling, so thoughtful , so profound.

  • Anders
    Anders Ай бұрын +23

    Great choice of the Nobel Prize in physics 2022. Quantum entanglement is fascinating and with potential for new future technologies.

    • Lauren Thomas
      Lauren Thomas 18 күн бұрын

      @Ed S. Hey dad, thank you for paying my college education. I think it finally paid off. 😏😁🎓

    • Ed S.
      Ed S. 28 күн бұрын +1

      Not a potential.. guarantee to transform our world.

    • Jimmy Jasi- Anti-Descartes
      Jimmy Jasi- Anti-Descartes Ай бұрын

      Although if I'm to be even more honest Svante Paabos work combined with genetic engineering is going to affect as in far more palpable way than scientific confirmation of Telepathy even if feasible (as Shan Gao from Orch Or team proposes). It's not gonna give us After Life even in that case us "soul" made of Wave Function must collapse at death and cannot survive it. So Deepak Chopra is wrong Rupert Sheldrake can be right
      But genetics is going to change our Civilization forever! And I'm confident that Svante Paabo(as we are animals not separate from other species) discoveries+Antonio Damasio and Stuart Hameroffs work in neuroscience are going to destroy Dualism beyond repair soon!

  • ahm Phamuladib
    ahm Phamuladib Ай бұрын +13

    Some brilliant minds, Alain Aspect, Anton Zeilinger💖💖

    • Michael Carr
      Michael Carr Ай бұрын +2

      John Bell should be acknowledged, too.

    • Jimmy Jasi- Anti-Descartes
      Jimmy Jasi- Anti-Descartes Ай бұрын +3

      And for understanding our place in the Undived Universe!(Or shall we rechristen our probably infinite and One Universe Entagleverse in opposition to the "Multiverse"!

  • Erdem
    Erdem Ай бұрын +8

    Congratulations to all laureates

  • MATT
    MATT Ай бұрын +3

    Iam 16 and hoping someday to meet professor Alan Aspect and work underhim

  • De Vinois Mathieu
    De Vinois Mathieu Ай бұрын +1

    „They talked about quantum entanglement and I listen but had not the slightest idea what they are talking about. I didn’t understand it. It took some time“ WOW where to find someone on the top of the university scale who can look in the past and say that he didn’t had a clue about something. Most of people already knew everything the day they where born….

  • Shivani rajvansi
    Shivani rajvansi Ай бұрын +1

    Nice lecture.I am very impressed to you sir.

  • Good deal
    Good deal Ай бұрын +4

    The best is yet to come for humanity❤️congratulations!

  • Robert Kravetz
    Robert Kravetz Ай бұрын +1

    We at Poly (Baltimore Polytechnic Institute) are proud. Beat City's Team!

  • practiCalfMRI
    practiCalfMRI Ай бұрын

    Prof. Zeilinger shows how to give a lecture.

  • Tokaji Leo
    Tokaji Leo Ай бұрын +1

    Actually there is another prize for physics called the fundamental physics price and it is 3 million USD much more than Nobel prize and it is not divided, meaning if 3 people wins it each gets 3 million USD

    • Rohit Sharma
      Rohit Sharma 27 күн бұрын

      hoping Akira Furusawa wins it for applied Physics

  • physics & our universe
    physics & our universe 22 күн бұрын

    great discovery and achivement in quantum mechanics

  • Rashea White
    Rashea White 25 күн бұрын +1

    Get untangled and explore new worlds of wonder, truth and possibility. Never be satisfied with a hypothesis alone.🥰👍🏾💯 Hi!🥰

  • Johannes Panagiotopoulos
    Johannes Panagiotopoulos 20 күн бұрын

    a single photon cannot be linearly polarized: it can be either left handed or right handed. Does any one know the answer to this question, as single-photon experiments are claimed?

  • X-Eazy
    X-Eazy Ай бұрын +5

    nice

  • Collins Edet
    Collins Edet Ай бұрын +1

    Congratulations!

  • Herbert Kilian
    Herbert Kilian Ай бұрын

    Clauser is an excellent example of presenting slides that were considered convoluted and crammed even in the 1980's. Doesn't he have some graduate students who know how to do modern graphics and legible slides? Takes away a lot from his talk.

    • MsBainy
      MsBainy Ай бұрын +2

      He is 80 years old, maybe there’s your explanation…?

  • Maxot Bekessov
    Maxot Bekessov Ай бұрын +1

    That's good.

  • Kula Ndifor
    Kula Ndifor 20 күн бұрын

    Physics makes gray hair cool 🤣🍿🍿🍿!!!

  • Kula Ndifor
    Kula Ndifor 20 күн бұрын

    That white sweater is off the hook 👑.

  • practiCalfMRI
    practiCalfMRI Ай бұрын

    Such a shame that even presenters at a Nobel Lecture break the cardinal rule of presentations. Either we listen OR we read. These are entangled states, Prof. Aspect. I cannot read your crowded slides and listen to your words at the same time.

  • Supriyanto Maftuh, GCP Statued

    Hy all.