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"roger penrose" Discussed on Multitrix GRD

Multitrix GRD

04:06 min | 2 months ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on Multitrix GRD

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"roger penrose" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

The Guardian's Science Weekly

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

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"roger penrose" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

The Guardian's Science Weekly

07:47 min | 2 months ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

"Were satisfied that examiner. Having presented by their college for the vice chocolate today is another day in the senate house as the candidates for the mail before the virus trump they would the same six hundred and formula. Taty taki making admitted today at grab becky in article in nominee patrick a own in nineteen fifty seven certain roger penrose now professor sir. Roger penrose received a phd an outbreak geometry from the university of cambridge. No contributions to mathematics and physics but help the world of size define the anatomy of black holes matt space time in four dimensions and even create his own style of floor. Tiling order against the ks and things get more more random. That's a slightly misleading. We're looking at it but it's it's it's regarded as a very natural thing that this is what should happen. You try to make a building like this and if you just leave it. Branch elite will crumble away. It may well take many centuries for that to happen. i hope so but But the second law relentlessly would chip away at things and gradually things do randomized. You're not content with this turned his attention in more recent years to questions of consciousness. Your of the universe and challenged the most basic assumptions of quantum mechanics miranda in the future. What does it tell you about the past going to the pass. Get less and less random. I'm in samples that means at the beginning of time in other words. If the big bang things were highly organized this is science weekly. And it's one of these sort of almost paradoxes. About 'cause margie. Because in fact one of the greatest reasons for believing in the big bang a tall is the presence of this. Microwave background is all around us. And that agrees with theory and the theory says. Let's suppose that the that the matter which produces radiation was in basically infirmary equilibrium. Russia penrose is now the emeritus rouse ball professor of mathematics at the university of oxford. I started by asking him about the somewhat. Enigmatic title of his latest book fashion faith and fantasy in the new physics of the universe. And i think it was meant to be a bit. Enigmatic it was a title i came up with sort of on the spur of the moment i think when the princeton university press this was in two thousand and three when i was invited by the press to give three talks of semi popular talks in princeton and i think they probably woke me up too early in the morning or something and i sort of trotted out that particular title and the idea is that this has to do with very well established theories in physics which was not altogether happy with and the fashion primarily referred to. Well i would say string theory but it's not so much string theory as the idea which came out of string theory at least was involved in string theory that space would need to have extra dimensions so we normally think of space having three dimensions and time one but the idea is that their whole other of hidden ones so that space has whatever it was twenty five dimensions or eleven nine nine depending on which theory or working with and i had reasons to disbelieve this idea and so i was feeling that this may be fashionable. But maybe it's like fashions of the past which eventually died away and the faith had to do primarily with quantum mechanics. Quantum mechanics is a fantastic theory. Which has their enormous number of implications and confirmed implications. But it also has sort of paradox when you try to think of quantum mechanics at a large level and schroeder schrodinger. Himself was careful to point out with his famous cat his head according to his own scheme quantum mechanics. You could have a cat which was dead in the live at the same time. And i think he was pointing out the absurdity of this and rather pointing to the incomplete nisar totally correct -ness of current quantum mechanics. And so i was saying yes. I agree with schrodinger earned with einstein and with direct in fact that quantum mechanics is not the final story that it will encounter changes which have to be made to the theory when objects get large enough and so the faith is the faith that many many physicists. Have that quantum theory as we now have. It is sort of an eternal truth or something. That has to be unquestioned. And so it's become faith and the fantasy there's a big irony in all of these things in the way particularly with the fantasy because that was aimed at certain ideas in modern cosmetology one of them in fact the most important one as far as the books concerned is the idea of inflation. There is this view which is absolutely standard now amongst cosmologists that in the very very early universe the universe had an expansion which was far more just expanded by huge factor and this was an exponential expansion which was apparently needed for all sorts of things in cosmology that people couldn't explain and i never believed in it. And if you don't believe in it you've got to have something else. And so in the meantime i have my own theory. Which is what. I call conformable cyclic. Cosmology which asserts that the bank was not actually the beginning but the big bang was kind of version of the exponential expansion of what. I call an eon that chris preceded hours. And it's the idea of this scheme is supposed to explain the real puzzle which i do point out in the book and i pointed out elsewhere that the big bang as we know it was extraordinary. Had an extraordinary precision to it which all the cosmological theories. I know apart from my own. Don't seem to address this question at all. We're going to dive into some of these issues. You've raised in more detail a bit later on but before we do that. I wanted to just rewind a little earn. Take up these three words. You've used for the book fashion faith and fancy the most complimentary terms for a scientist. I'd hate most reaction of your colleagues being. That's an interesting question. A could perhaps tell you after. I've gone from my book tour but you've delivered. The substance of these are even given talks with that same title some years ago even big popular talks. Have you been hit by many eggs. No which. I find this strange because the current view and then people are very polite and say we liked your transparencies and years. Clap clap clap. And then i suppose they often whisper to each other. Has he gone off his not something. I don't know. But i don't hear that conversation that they have afterwards so i don't really know what i mean. It's a good question you're asking. What reaction will i get. I expect i'll get rude reviews..

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"roger penrose" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on AP News

"Roger Penrose leaned heavily on Einstein's theory of relativity to prove the likelihood of black holes some 30 years later in the 19 nineties, German right hard, Denzel and American Andrea Ghez headed teams of astronomers who located a massive black hole at the center of the Bilkey way. First thing is doubt that you have to prove to yourself a year. We're really seeing what you think you're seeing as an astronomy and physics Professor Im to McGuire Records show Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett previously lived in a house that was owned by the co founders of the religious community People of praise when she was a law student at Notre Dame. The group teaches that men are divinely ordained as the head of both family and faith, and the group opposes abortion. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump is putting himself first of the expense of the country by halting negotiations over anew Corona virus aid package, The president reportedly told Republicans to focus on his Supreme Court nominee. Instead, he has placed The overturning of the affordable care act. In front of what we need to do for America's working families to crush the virus. Reward our heroes save our democracy. An official with the Kamala Harris campaign says they're comfortable down with rules for the Wednesday debate. In Utah. An official with the Kamala Harris campaign says they're now comfortable with new rules for Wednesday's vice presidential debate in Utah, but called it shameful. Vice President Mike Pence's team Objected to having a plexiglass barrier place between the two and Joe Biden's now questioning if there should be another presidential debate, While Donald Trump is sick with the virus, President Trump raised a lot of eyebrows by tweeting yesterday, People shouldn't be afraid of the Corona virus. And when he ripped off his face mask while posing at the South Portico minutes after his hospital release. Colleen Kennedy is a trump supporter. I don't believe in wearing the mask either, but I will add a respect other people. You know, Each person has the room, right. This is the United States of America. Do I believe in the Corona virus? Absolutely not. A top aide to President Trump Stephen Miller's.

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2020 Nobel Prize in physics awarded for work on black holes

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

2020 Nobel Prize in physics awarded for work on black holes

"Involved in the search for black holes have been awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in the 19 sixties, Roger Penrose leaned heavily on Einstein's theory of relativity to prove the likelihood of black holes some 30 years later in the 19 nineties, German right hard, Denzel and American Andrea Ghez headed teams of astronomers who located a massive black hole at the center of the Bilkey way. First thing is doubt that you have to prove to yourself a year. We're really seeing what you think you're seeing as an astronomy and physics Professor Im to McGuire

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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

The Economist: Babbage

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

"Next came the physics. It's winners can boast they share an honor with Albert Einstein and Marine Pierre Curie Alex, tell us about this year's winners. So there are three winners this year for the Physics Prize. Goes to Suraj, penrose, who's a physicist and mathematician? He's one of the most prominent scientists in the UK. He's almost ninety years old. He's a permanent and everything from very mathematics to cosmology to material science. He writes puzzles. He's he's a real polymath genius and it's about time he wanted to Nobel prize. The other half of the Nobel prize goes to you Andrea Gez who is a professor of Astro Physics at the University of California Los Angeles and Heart Kansal he's an astrophysicist at. The University of California Berkeley and together the three of them win full increasing understanding of black holes. So Roger Penrose created some mathematical tools in the sixties that built on Albert. Einstein's general relativity the theory of gravity in the universe and several Japan rose created a way of using general relativity to predict black holes in the universe. So how they might actually form and then Andrea gas and reinhard denzil independently lead teams starting in the nineteen ninety s to track the orbits of Stars. Around. Sort of an object that sits in the middle of the Milky Way, our home galaxy, and there they were attempting to show that the object at the middle of Galaxy was indeed a black hole and they proved that with over twenty years of measurements

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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

"Have picked up the Nobel Prize in physics for their work on black holes. Thiss Year's physics prize celebrates what the Nobel Committee called one of the most exotic objects in the universe. Black holes have long fascinated humans. Britain's Roger Penrose received half of the prize for proving in 1965 that black hole formation is possible, largely using Einstein's theory of relativity. The second half was shared by German Reinhardt, Denzel on American Andrea Gaze for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the center of our galaxy. Elaine Cobb. CBS News Just wanted to

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"roger penrose" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Glass fires, which have been burning for more than a week. Now the creator of the anti virus software, McAfee is waking up in Or is facing actually prison time. More from KFC case, Mark Mayfield unsealed documents show John McAfee has been indicted on tax evasion charges and willful failure to file tax returns. It was unsealed after his arrest in Spain from which he could be extradited. The Justice Department said he earned millions from speaking events promoting crypto currencies and other things but didn't file tax returns between 2014 and 2018. Back of he faces up to 25 years for tax evasion and another five years for not filing tax returns. Mark Mayfield NEWS 93.1 KFBK The Nobel Prize in physics goes to three highly acclaimed researchers for their work on black holes. Professor Andrew Guez Reinhard Denzel, who teaches in both Germany and U. C. Berkeley. And Oxfords. Roger Penrose. We'll all share that award. The secretary for the Royal Swedish Academy of Science, says that this year's prize is related to the darkest secrets of the universe. Notably, Professor guesses the on Ly the fourth woman ever. To win the Nobel Prize Physics prize. And then there is word of a Nobel Prize going to Yes, Dr Charles Rice out of UC Davis, and this was for his work. It's the Nobel Prize for Medicine. His work on hepatitis C, So if I'm not mistaken, Ah, Dr Rice grew up in Sacramento, attended UC Davis. And graduated from there no longer is at that school, but nevertheless good for him A pat on the back. That's very nice. A lot of Californians represented. Let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 KFBK President Trump continues.

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3 scientists win Nobel physics prize for black hole research

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00:44 sec | 3 months ago

3 scientists win Nobel physics prize for black hole research

"Three physicists involved in the search for black holes were awarded the Nobel Prize for physics in the nineteen sixties Roger Penrose leaned heavily on Einstein's theory of relativity to prove the likelihood of black holes some thirty years later in the nineteen nineties driven right hard against an American entry again as headed teams of astronomers who located a massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way everything is you have to prove to yourself that you're really seeing what you think you're sitting all three have been honored as a share of the twenty twenty Nobel Prize for physics gaz in astronomy and physics professor at UCLA is just the fourth woman to win the Nobel Prize in physics I'm

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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

Scott Sloan

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

"Well. The Nobel Peace Prize in physics was awarded to dancing with the stars. I thought it was cool through three scientists for their work on black holes, and I didn't realize I don't know why I didn't realize this, but there's a huge prize money for winning a million bucks. If you get the Nobel Peace, Big deal. I thought it for some reason was bragging rights thing. But now Well, it is to only nominate like 6000. People s O. That's out there. If you want to look it up, and finally we well, do you want me to read the What's the name here? Let's go through the names right. The noble peace prize in physics was awarded 23 astrophysicists for their work on black holes. They are Roger Penrose and and Rose, Man. Reinhard Ginzler, gentle, a German and Andrea G's in American. They were recognized for their work on the gateway. Just

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American, 2 others win Nobel in Physics for black hole discoveries

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

American, 2 others win Nobel in Physics for black hole discoveries

"Have won the Nobel Prize in physics for their work on black holes. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cub has a story. This year's physics prize celebrates what the Nobel Committee called one of the most exotic objects in the universe. Black holes have long fascinated humans. Britain's Roger Penrose received half of the prize for proving in 1965 that black hole formation is possible, largely using Einstein's theory of relativity. The second half was shared by German Reinhardt, Denzel and American Andrea Gaze for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the center of our Galaxy. Elaine Cobb,

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Three scientists share Nobel prize in physics for work on black holes

Morning Edition

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Three scientists share Nobel prize in physics for work on black holes

"This year's Nobel Prize in physics has been won by three scientists who have worked on understanding black holes. Roger Penrose one half The prize for proving black holes are linked Einstein's general theory of relativity. Reinhard Denzel and Andrea Ghez split the other half for studying a supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. This is NPR news.

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American, 2 others win Nobel in Physics for black hole discoveries

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00:22 sec | 3 months ago

American, 2 others win Nobel in Physics for black hole discoveries

"It's a split decision for this year's Nobel Prize in physics. Half the prize goes to Roger Penrose of the UK for the discovery that black hole formation Is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity. The other half of the prize goes to an American Andrea Games and a German Reinhard cancel for the discovery of a supermassive compact objects at the center of the Galaxy.

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Los Angeles' UCLA Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez Wins Noble Prize For Physics

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles' UCLA Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez Wins Noble Prize For Physics

"This year's Nobel Prize in physics has been awarded to three scientists for their work researching black holes. The winners are Roger Penrose for showing that the general theory of relativity leads to the formation of black holes and Reinhard Denzel and Andrea Ghez for discovering an object in the Milky Way galaxy that is only presently explained by a black hole. Nobel Committee member ofthe Danielson. The heart of our galaxy. The heart of the Milky Way is hidden inside of a dense cloud of dust. And you have to look in the infrared. To reveal its secrets. What they found Wass Incredible. The Nobel Prize for Chemistry will be announced tomorrow.

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3 scientists win Nobel physics prize for black hole research

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

3 scientists win Nobel physics prize for black hole research

"Nobel Prize for Physics has been awarded this morning to Roger Penrose for the Black Hole Discovery and Reinhardt gentle and Andrea Ghez for discovering a supermassive compact object at the center of our Galaxy. The chemistry, literature, piece and economics prizes will be awarded in the coming days. President

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"roger penrose" Discussed on The Portal

The Portal

14:16 min | 1 year ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on The Portal

"Right word is to find that the number the number dimensions of this family right which was six six dimensional family. What's the dimension of family of light rays five to the ones? Did you actually see directly in the light. Rays that's the real thing and the thing which governing in the mysterious complex World Adwan one-dimensional they can twist right-handed that's one way left-handed sailor way devising thinking to exactly what I was looking for. Fantastic that that. Additionally we had this structure of three complex dimensions Yes yes but I I had to go back and get hold of my blackboard and try to work it up so so it was. It was a complex project three space. You have these two twisters. And I know pretty chuffed myself. Didn't realize this was you have a five dimensional space. which is this six real domestic especially if there's really three complex dimensions best into half so if I'm understanding you you would start Out off with a seven dimensional sphere. You take an action by circle to get the complex project of three space and then you could further a question that out by two spheres to get the four dimensional sphere. But it's you have to have even think of it as a sphere in Maybe I'm not seeing it correct. You can think of as as a sphere and Complex project you can think of a seven sphere. Let me just tell you what I find fascinating about. The story. Is that talking about a period travelling between two cities where you realize something is the hop vibration. It was how Asian. But I hadn't actually thought of it. You may not know the following go ahead. Yes isadore singer. I took the work of Jim Simon's and Frank Yang. Yeah on the trip to Oxford where you Michael were said. Oh my God. This is the quad rather than the complex vibration. He said it was insanity when he realized that the self dual instant tonic quesions. We're going to be a revolution and so it was the exact moment of the relationship to something. Non Trivial trivial in his case as the Qu- attorney onic rather than the complex vibration. So this is almost an exact parallel between two stories. Because I've never heard yours before. That's it's very interesting. Also has relevant direct relevance direct. Yes because I think you were just saying because you think of the vector space for which the the complex three spaces and of course that's four complex dimensions and then that means eight real was look. I want to tie. Hi this into a bigger threat which I think is fascinating. I am not a VO TAE of string theory nor am I of loop quantum quantum gravity. I think that most of what has been said about super symmetry has been overbearing in wrong. I completely agree with all those things. And I think that the intellectual carnage from these adventures in political in Political Economy or public relations. Or whatever you WANNA on a call it are not being born by the people who benefited from them but by those who have to clean up after you don't have to say it because I'm not inside of the universities. Yeah no you know what I would claim is. Is that while these people. I think did a tremendous disservice for all of us taking what I consider to be our most accomplished intellectual community the history of academics theoretical physics. It is not the case that these people did nothing for forty five five plus years but what they did do has never been told properly so I claim to you at dinner the other night like if you just look at the role of curvature in our understanding of not only general relativity where it's been for over one hundred years But now in particle theory so we had a first revolution around the mid nineteen seventies with what's called the Woo Yang Dictionary where a particular geometry who becomes the most successful all hedge fund manager in human history meets arguably the most accomplished theoretical physics physicist. If it's not Weinberg it might be Yang in terms terms of what has been proven his contributions they have an unbelievable interaction which shows that the the classical theory underneath particle physics is as or more geometric than the theory of Einstein using steen rods. Fiber Bundles Been Aris months. Connections or vector potentials. When have you then you have a second revolution again involving so that was the first one that is singer takes from Stony Brooke Awkward? Yes you have another one. which is the geometric quantification revolution with your colleague? Nick woodhouse writing the Bible there. Yes yes yes. In which Heisenberg uncertainty relations strangely come out of curvature rather than just being some sort of conduct you look in connection in a bundle. Well there's this thing called the pre quantum line bundle. We're line is again. A one of these planes terminologies all screwed up nevertheless. Listen the key point is. Is that what we had previously treated. As the annoyance of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle became the the beauty of a geometric quantum so now you had the underlying classical theory is geometric the underlying quantum theory is now geometric metric and then again with your English group. Particularly Graham. SEGEL's is a is a real hero with Michael pointing the pointing the way you guys figure out that this weird grab bag that was called quantum field theory. which is this thing above quantum mechanics that is needed for if you're going to have particles that change regimes in which the number of particles changes like something emits? A photon unique quantum field theory. You can't do quantum mechanics so that world was a grab bag that made absolutely no effing sense. Pedagogic lead anybody coming from outside of the discipline and what they taught us and this is coming from the nineteen eighties. On is the quantum field theory would have been discovered by apologists and geometry's dominators even if the physical world had never used it because it was actually a naturally occurring augmentation of what's called boredom theory which is an enhancement of what you've previously referred to Komala Judy so these are three separate revolutions with people that almost. Nobody's ever heard of like Luis. Alvarez has gourmet and you know and Dan Quinlan who I think is the world's greatest accidental. Quantum field theorist for some reason the physics community's still telling us stories about entanglement and about multi verses and many worlds and this actual thing that happened which is as gorgeous as anything I've ever seen has been a revolution that's been plowing through. Mathematics and physics is covered up because they want to tell a story about quantum gravity which just doesn't hang together what the F.. Yeah I think I mean. That's a wildly off. No I don't think you are. You see I mean a lot of these things I wish I knew more about you. See for example Crillon Arlen theory and so on which which life is too short but these asking out of the Attiyah singer theory where yeah he fines these determinant lines which are coming out of non-local spectral information and building the basis Ace's may be for pre quantum line bundles in which the functions in that world become the waves. That give us a theory. I think the trouble here you see. Mathematics is fool of all sorts of beautiful deep theory and most of mathematics as it exists now in the sense of what's written in journals and so on has almost no bearing on the physical world. Now you see I feel totally convinced and I think you're expressing something similar that if you find the right route through this stuff you will really find the key to what we're seeing the physical world now. We've found many such keys. He's and Gen relativity to the Laurentian version of Romanian semi reminding or suit or Romani. Yes Rumanian geometry. So that's picked up a beautiful area of mathematics intended into into into physics and and then in reverse give back to mathematics and also with quantum quantum theory clearly and quantum field theory but I think there are things that are hiding their which are very beautiful mathematics and which will reveal themselves as important in the physics. We haven't got to it. What do you make of the fact that we now have three separate geometry's have reminding geometry as the parent in general relativity? Yes you have aris money in geometry which is based on these penrose stairs coming from fiber bundle theory which is the parent aren't of the maxwell classical theory but also the classical theory that would be underneath the strong force holding pro. I WANNA Rappel in the weak force which causes Beta decay all right and then you've got this other geometric theory which is the geometric quantum and. They're not the same geometry so for example the geometry that that Jim Simons and CNN Yang and fund has this property called gauge symmetry. You have the opportunity for gauge symmetry in the Einstein theory but it because I kn- Stein takes curvature and uses something called Linear Algebra to project all of the curvature overture information into a smaller subset killing off something called Vile curvature if you gauge symmetry and then project it's not the same as projecting and then gauge symmetry rising so the opportunity to use gauge theory is lost by the specific genius. Leinster way she is a good example example because he did this amazing thing producing general relativity but then in his later years he tried to develop a theory and these unified field theories which from a mathematical point of view was not really a very. It's not likely to give much new insights but it was right to think you should find a unified scheme and so on bring the well. He trouble trouble is he didn't really he considered electromagnetism but the particle Physics didn't play much of a role in when he was he died before quirks were. That's true he never. He was innocent. Su Three and its various. Yes I think the thing is. There's huge beautiful things in mathematics and we like to think and I like to. I think that they do have a role in fundamental. Ro- rose that we've not yet discovered in operating whether we the way the world works. This is dependent on very deep mathematics. The trouble is that there's so many wrong steps in the sense that many beautiful things in mathematics which garden in certain directions which from the point of view of mathematics a great and there can be generalizing ideas and and Revealing ailing all sorts of previously unknown beauties. But the proportion of these which we find has relevance the physics is is very small at the moment. Now I think that in some ways maybe the the most powerful the most Sure I mean complex numbers and the an analysis of complex numbers is one example. where he wants does seem to see a role in operating the way the world works? And I'm sure we will find other things it's just there are so many temptations interactions which are not particularly to do with interest in that. But what I don't understand Dan what I'm absolutely unsympathetic with is that we have a lot of people who once upon a time had a lot of different ideas now. Most of the ideas at the moment brutally honest it we're so constrained by this point in our story. Theoretical physics that almost every a new idea is dead on arrival unless you specifically keep it from predicting things that we don't see y'all yeah right. And so what I see is that you've got different and this is a sociological and economic critique. Is that you have a class of naughty boys who are very badly behaved who get to make all sorts of Claims who talk to the press incessantly over decades about all the wonderful things that are going need to do which they don't do and you've got another group of people whose feet are held to the fire where the instant they start to consider something that might for example violate a no go theorem They're roundly humiliated now. What I see you is having done is to carve out a very unusual niche twister? The theory is at a minimum an incredibly.

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"roger penrose" Discussed on The Portal

The Portal

14:27 min | 1 year ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on The Portal

"Have this weird way of talking about something that sounds like this we might call it like Non House Dwarf to policy but it is a house. Dwarfed apology yes it. The it's so the problem is it's pulling apart. Two different notions of the word close. That's right exactly that's right because you think of close means a small distance right so you imagine a little tiny ball. Distance from that point is small. We mathematics makes you pay for every attempt to sort of intuitively in code something. That isn't precise. Yes now. I wanted to see. I got to be distracted from leading up to the choices because that was uh well I needed the complex numbers that are needed. They Laurentian okay. We've got a lot you can do that. Goodness yes so Roger. Now we've we've been discussing the fact that these intuitions very very strange involving how so now. Think about Spaces of the type that Einstein and Makovsky and Korea were considering How does that begin to lead us? Towards these more speculative ideas of yours surrounding complex numbers and the twister program. I don't think many people many many of the May you have heard of it but even Even mathematics you have to know that you you are sort of seen as leaving a cult it had its own newsletter its own bizarre drawings it was very difficult. Communicate to members of the twister culled. Because they didn't speak like other people we had this twisted newsletter which was started off off by just in handwriting and it was duplicated and then let's not go into that for the moment. Very good talk about the base. Ah The origin of twisted here. If you like where did it come from. It was really in fact your big bet in physics. Do you think yeah I think so. Well you see it's between that and the cosmology but the COSMO is a bit different because not such okay. It's a wild idea but it's not a home body of wild ideas ideas which twisted theory more is But it has lots of connections with mathematics as pure mathematics and connections with his. Let me describe the basis basis of it. Because I think we've got most of the things we need to see. The light cone describes how from one point one event in space time all the different points of zero distance from it or another was all the light rays from that point. Now let me think of the other way around. That is my past light cone. So I'm sitting at a certain point in space time I look how the universe and all the light rays that get to me as a particular instant moment of my time. Come along this past like her. So that's you mentioned this couple stretching out into the past and getting bigger and bigger as it goes back in time and that's all the events which are in one moment of my time. I see those events so I see a lot of stars in the sky now. Let's suppose that I the Star Scott Clark points you see so that you have the sphere the celestial sphere which is my field vision matching myself out so that the earth was transparent. It's parents so you wear. That's why my just let's go out into space. I can be looking at the the world around me now. Let's imagine that an another astronaut order comes whizzing past me at nearly the speed of light and just as we passed each other. He looks he or she looks at the sky. The same moments Mitch's I do now. Because of a phenomenon known as aberration the stars will be slightly not in the same place with regard to that astronaut me This guy is somewhat distorted. But it's distorted in the very particular way which is what is conformable way. Say a simple way I happen to see configuration of stars that happened to be on the circle. Cyclic Sis then this astronaut passing by me would also see these in the circle even though the transformation would not be rotation of the spheres sky would be squashed up more than one end and stretched out at the other end but the thing about that transformation. It's something which I knew about from complex analysis days. Do you think of the. What's called the Riemann sphere? This is the plane of points in the complex. Explain or the vessel plane other point play the points represent the complex numbers so zero is in the middle of your like. And then you've I've got one on the new crop minus one an eye in minus either role in the circle and you go out and infinity is way out to infinity but the remains fear phones. All this up into his fear so infinity is not point so it's a little bit like if you have a caramel coating around an apple. You're folding ending that. At the point where the stick would go into the apple. All of the boundary of that candy would come together. Yes yes and it's what's called a steer graphic projection. You can project from the North Pole and all the other points flash not into the plane to all the points on the sphere except except for the point from which you're projecting exactly and that's called a stereo graphic projection and it has this remarkable property that it sends circles to circles or you could say it's conformable well that just angles are preserved. And it's a very beautiful transplant. I used to play around with these things just for fun of them now. The thing is that at the transformations of this sphere to itself which preserve the angles is also transformation which is what's called Among Analytical Column Hallam. OFFIC it's it's the most smooth transformation you can have. Just the analog of smooth is but for complex objects rather than real objects we're real and complex means the types of number. Yes that's right. So it's what's what's move is in complex analysis and those transformations which send the spheres sphere are exactly those in relativity so the different observers passing passing me different species looking at the same sky the map from my skies there skies is exactly these complex transformations nations of this fair. And this actually is what you exactly get when you use two components spinners and you see the description when you move from one observer to another UH is exactly those ones which transform the sky in this conform away to itself and often people found this puzzling. I find it puzzling. Originally because you had a sphere which is using an alien spaceship which is a sphere shooting. Pass you at nearly speed of light. Well you see the direction of motion it will be contracted by the Lawrence contraction. So when you look at it you should see it sort of flat out you. Don't because a sphere. A circle goes to a circle if you see it as circle when it's not moving you'll still see circle. I'm the boundary of this thing will look like a circle. Weight is moving and you you work away and think about it. Well you see where the light rays go on the front of it in the back of as you see really you don't see the flattening. It really doesn't look like a like a circle. Its boundary looks like a cycle race paper on this almost him simultaneously. There was a somebody elsewhere to pay small circles and spheres But this transformation that really what started me off if I understand correctly it maybe I don't We have another mutual acquaintance Our friend Rahul Bhatt and he showed us that the world world seems to repeat every eight dimensions in a certain way but during the first cycle of what you might call periodicity from zero to seven or one and eight depending on how you like to Kenya. Yeah you get these things called low dimensional coincidences. Oh yes and so that. They don't recur because of your point point earlier about spinners that spinners grow exponentially whereas vectors grow linearly inside and but during the first period where these things are of comparable purple strength. Yes you'd get all of these Objects where depending upon you defined in two different contexts. You turn out to be the same object. That's right you're making use of that here. It is that it's the Lawrence Group for like you know the rotations of space and time which we might call? So one three or S O n three double cover would be equal to something else called S. L. to see which would mention complex numbers even even though there's no complex numbers to be seen in space and time. Yeah it depends on that one of those. Coincidences was triple coincidence. I think you said they got a coincidence. Ordinance which one is depending upon in this description but the point of making here is that in a certain sense. Relativity tippety is described when you do it in the to spin form which is really expressed in this fact that is the transformation of the Riemann sphere to itself which is complex transformation. This is the most general transformation of the sphere to itself when you think of that. Sphere as agreements fear so. It's a complex. One dimensional space. You must surely it's well. It's due to mental in real numbers but one dimensional and complex numbers because the complex each complex numbers carries the information to real nuts over example mathematicians would call what most people call the complex plane. They might call it a complex line. It's complex line. That's right and so the language again is intended to make things very hostile to the newbie. Yes that's true but you have to get used to the idea together when you're thinking complex when you think of it sort of really so the concrete in in the real terms that you have to double the number of real dimensions to get the the number of complex. I want my audience. But I don't want them to feel stupid for making the mistake that everyone where you have the number of course yes so we have the eh complex numbers playing a fundamental role in relativity. That's really pointing. WanNa make. And it's the complex fear. So the Riemann sphere. which is this one? Dimensional in in complex sense two-dimensional in the real sense object which is fundamental. Now this. This remains fear appears in the most basic way in quantum mechanics to you think of the the spin now. That's the practically the most direct conflict the most direct quantum mechanical thing where you see quantum mechanics playing a real role as quantum mechanics which is hard to grasp Gormley. But you can see it here. The geometry works if you have an object spin half I the smallest non zero spin. You can have such an electron so think of an electron had has been half now what that means. This is that it's basically two states of spin which people call a spin up and spin down. What does that mean right? You put your thumb up like that right handed. Spin is where your fingers go. And that's been up means right. Handed about spin down is right handed about Donna's that's left handed in my lap and those are the two basic states. But what's special about happened down nothing so you think of what about right left forwards backwards all those combinations combinations of up and down and their complex combinations through these complex numbers which lie at the basis of quantum mechanics but here you can see in a visual way. What they're doing you see? You can say up down what's left and right where these combinations of up and down so you add this much of up to that much of dumb and you get to the to the rights and you minus it you get so left. I Times listen you get forwards about whatever it is and the complex numbers come in to describe these possible directions of spin. And is the Riemann sphere again. But you relating these complex numbers of quantum mechanics do the directions in space so you have a connection between these rather abstract attract numbers which are fundamental to quantum against and the much more concrete picture of directions in space but Roger. I think you're both let me be challenges slightly. Go on what you're really talking about is a very important fork in the road for physics six. Do you weigh yourself to the world that were actually given and you know mock was famous for having said this phrase the world has given only once wants and so we happen to know that there does exist a world that appears to be well modeled by three spatial temporal dimension that and then the key question his do you wish to have a more general theory. We can work in all dimensions or works works for all different divisions between how many spatial John How many temporal dimensions and what I see you having done which I think is incredibly noble. Brave and scientifically valid is to work with mathematics that are really particularize themselves to the World War given rather than sort of keeping some kind of like you're getting married to the world. We live in in a way that other people are just dating it and wishing to keep their options..

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"roger penrose" Discussed on The Portal

The Portal

13:08 min | 1 year ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on The Portal

"See direct had another thing that I There's a thing called. The directs is problem So you imagine the chair with which has the pieces of wood going out like this and you have a pair of scissors. I think this is direct. Jokic visit a pair of scissors and through the the. When you put your fingers you have a piece of string which goes through this and then goes around the chair and then comes back through the other one goes back again right now the problem? Is You take scissors. And you rotate them through three sixty three hundred sixty degrees and the strings all tangled up. You can't whatever you do. Oh you can't untangle it you're allowed to move this around parallel not rotate them and we can move the string round it and you cannot do it but you do twice three hundred four seven hundred twenty degrees to complete rotations and then you find you can untangling so this direct scissors problem and I think the the Joe because it's a pair of scissors and he wrote a paper explaining. I think Max Newman wrote wrote a paper direct did this illustration how you can undo it when it's minutes right for Pie. Trains to be but to prove that you couldn't do it with breath. This is next. Have you seen this video. Called air on the DIRAC string which illustrates this video seen. I would highly recommend it because it it shows that this off as the similarity to the belt tricked the F- y'all seen wine glass of wine. Different versions I find. I could do that one. The Joe Rogan. Try It. I think he got almost all the way round I am. I've done it with a glass. Yes you could like that and it comes back very stylish you can do to to complete rotations implementation. Yes so this is a very fundamental property of the world that is somehow not discussed. I think I find it very interesting. That People WanNa talk to me about the multi verse. Sometimes they WANNA talk to me but quantum measurement problem but the idea that we are somehow based on a square. It and I would disagree with you slightly if you would permit it. It's not just a question of the square root of the of the vectors. Here's it's a square root of the the algebra generated by the vectors. That really the the spinners are this exterior Clifford Algebra. This object has fascinated fascinated me my entire life and it's very strange that all of the stability of matter and and matters strange properties with electron shells. Are All all coming out of this weird. Not that appears everywhere in the universe and it's not universally known that it's even they're supposed to difference between the family owns the bones and so the particles which have a spin which is half an odd number right. which which have this curious property not that you rotate them and they get back to manage themselves? And it's crucial for from matter because the polly exclusion principle depends on the the family statistics which is to do with the this exact this property so without does not add Nissen the scissor trick or whatever you WANNA call it. We wouldn't have a periodic table and chemical elements. You wouldn't have anything without anything you wouldn't have you wouldn't have famines in otherwise we wouldn't have things which have an exclusion principle so and the Bozon's which are the opposite. They like to be on. If you have to Bozon's you can have them in the same state. Make rather like to be in the sense that so you get these things go bose-einstein condensates where to get the very cold. They all flocked together into the same state date but for the family owns. It's completely opposite. They hate to be in the same state or they can't be and this is what sort of push on the part of the family principle. So you have this thing called the spin. Statistics theorem. Yes says that if things have in nodded -ness of a particular kind. Then they either are highly individualistic or highly communistic. Whatever you WANNA call it? My question would be. There's another aspect of that that I've been very curious about which is when we have have to treat these objects quantum mechanically and you've of course thought a great deal on hindering. We have to totally different prescriptions. For how how to make these different objects quantum mechanical. But there's a one to one correspondence between these two utterly different treatments that matter enforce get quantum mechanically. It's the darndest thing when you get these two kinds of political two kinds of atoms Bozon's on the chamions and it has to do with the make a complete rotation. Do they come back to themselves. Or do they come back to minus and so that's the top logic. Yeah but then there's this whole flag go under Berra's in Integration which is no integration. At all I mean you're you're effective almost lying about Ah yes to make them look like Bose Johns and yet what we what we seem to get out of this is that nobody. I don't think anyone could of anticipated that there would be a dictionary of two totally different structures which are seems to be almost word for word. Because they're not totally different in the sense that you take to to fairmount system and you get a Bozon's so you I have the same. Yes that's right now. Yeah maybe I could ask you a little bit about that So I WANNA get to super symmetry but before for I do I sit. Yes okay gone. We're GONNA make you work this morning. I can understand that yeah. So here's my question am right. Correct that you've lived through two eras an era of fairly rapid development in testable fundamental physics. Coming from theory. I've tried to be very careful about setting that up so I don't walk into a trap and a stagnant stagnant theory era in which theoretical predictions coming at the level of fundamental theory have not been rapidly confirmed by experiment string theory. I'm thinking about a regime before for the early seventies and a regime following the earliest soup. Asymmetry that what you meant well it could be grand unified theory superstar battery technicolor. It'd be the add some topics it could be any one of a number of speculative theories from loop quantum gravity reggie calculus next string Korea. Shosha the kitchen sink. We've tried a million different things that don't it didn't really pan out well. It seems like well. If you'll permit an American Eric in Metaphor we've been waived into third base and we've been waiting for the signal that come home for about fifty years and we're not even sure that anyone even still you know they're at home plate. Well you see might be wrong playing the wrong game US travel. You think rounders would do it. Well I mean. There's a lot of intriguing. The ideas you mentioned basically. I think you are hinting. See Symmetry is one of them which may be thrown off close to ten. I I probab. I could do it pretty easily but I guess you had this nothing new about that. They were people. Were playing around with not something. I'm Kelvin with the idea. That knots might be at the basis of particle identity. Yeah I mean these ideas come back again in a different form but certainly in the I guess the nineteenth century people were playing with. Well I guess you can go back further than that Phlogiston. Well that's true but I would say that Maxwell was the first great condensation of theoretical ideas where an enormous amount of theory surrounding yeah magnetism electricity. Visible light invisible light. That was a huge huge right. And that all of those things now can be unpacked from a single geometric equation. That that's the thing I mean. People know about Galileo they know about Newton about Kepler a nobody on Stein and they made no about the the modern quantum field theory. Heisenberg rolling people. How many people know about Maxwell not enough not enough although Michael do have Maxwell's equations tattooed on their backsides let some people do but the general public don't know about maximum but Maxwell's equations? It's completely changed our way of looking at the world and we live without thinking. You've got these lights here. Well the visible light so we know you knew about visible light. But we didn't know anything about XRAYS. XRAYS radio waves. They're all part of the same scheme. electromagnetism Dinan well. Some of this goes back to Faraday just before Max Shurer so faraday had lot of the influential ideas electromagnetism. Well a little bit of that was known before I knew that if you had an electric current then and you guys magnetic field but it was the other way round with Maxwell now if you have a varying magnetic field you gotta current and you combine these ideas you can make a dynamo so these these things. Let's go to Tara. And he had sort of clues they might be some connection with light but he didn't have the equations. But even Max you know. I'm I'm very partial to this book on orchids that followed Darwin's origin of species. And it was the book he wrote. The title is And I always love reciting it. It's on the various contrivances by which British and foreign orchids fertilize by insects. and See why would you write a damn fool. Book like that after origin of species issues in the answer as he wanted to test whether he understood his own theory and in fact it's revealed that he didn't understand the full implications. I would say the same thing is true of Maxwell's equations. which is this is perhaps the best dress rehearsal for unification we've ever seen? Oh you know full unification and on the other hand. It's not until the late fifties that we actually unpacked the last trivial consequence of the theory with the this bizarre effect of passing an electron beam around insulated Wire yeah in fact. We had dinner last night. We we we asked Yuckier Aaronow if you wanted to come. But he's in Israel and he sends his regards. How you know? Send my back. Oh He's great fun. Dan I always but that was that was a very weird thing where we learned that If you have a an insulated Sahlin Oi side that the phase of the electron beam going in a circle around would be shifted. Despite the fact that the electromagnetic magnetic field could be treated zero because the electromagnetic potential this precursor yeah turned out to carry the actual content that it before that it had had been thought that that was just a sort of convenience product to recover electromagnetism and it turned out that the geometric object was more important. And you know in part. The reason I bring this up is that we would have no way of visualizing this effect if it were not for your interaction with MCI. Now you have to explain that one You know this this etching called ascending descending. Oh Oh yeah sure. Yeah sometimes referred to as the penrose stairs yes well you you want that story well too but what I was gonNA say about why I'm asking. Yeah yeah is that the Photon is really best represented in some sense as the angles a set of stairs like that when this very mysterious property. Then what you're really talking about is what we would call horizontal sub spaces picture to stairs and the fact fact. There's a paradox of going around and you seem to be going up all the time that you're back to where you came is the same thing as saying I never go up and yet I come back higher or lower. And that's it's called Hala no me and we don't have means of visualizing that for like either rock paper scissors or your work with ushers that fair comment well I had I. What is it we've ever heard somebody say this?.

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"roger penrose" Discussed on The Portal

The Portal

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on The Portal

"Hello this is Eric with two pieces of housekeeping before we get to today's episode with Sir Roger Penrose now in the first place we released episode nineteen on the Biomedical Implications of Brett's evolutionary prediction from first principles of elongated telomeres in laboratory rodents. I think it's a significant enough episode and we've had so much feedback around it before we continue any kind of line of thinking surrounding that episode will wait for my brother and his wife. Heather hiring to return from the Amazon where they're currently incommunicado. So thanks for all the feedback. It's been very interesting to process the second piece of housekeeping surrounds. Today's episode with Roger. Penrose now I know what I'm supposed to do. I'm supposed to talk about quantum consciousness justness and the emperor's new mind maybe ask Roger about the many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics the weirdness of quantum entanglement. I'm actually not that interested. I also don't want to go back to his earliest work on singularities general relativity with Stephen Hawking what I instead want to do is to remind you what Roger is in fact famous for. He's one the greatest geometric physicists. Now living he's perhaps the best Descendant of Albert Einstein currently still working in theoretical physics in this particular. Take your line of thought. I also think he's a great example of what the UK does well. He has a very idiosyncratic approach to try to solve the deepest problems in theoretical physics twister. Mr Theory I'm not expert in and I can't always follow it so if you're not following everything today's episode instead of deciding the episode is somehow failed. You try to remember that people people who are working in mathematics and theoretical physics. Spend most of their time listening to colleagues completely lost as to what their colleagues say so if you start to feel that you are being left behind by some line of thinking what we do is in general wait to see if another line of thinking opens up that we can try to catch. You'RE NOT GONNA get all of the waves and in fact. The the same thing is happening to me while I'm interviewing Roger. He's not understanding everything. I'm saying I'm not understanding everything he say. And in fact this is normal so what I would like to do is to instead present you you guys with an idea of what science actually sounds like when people are talking from two slightly different perspectives. We spent an awful lot of time simply trying to understand and each other and if that feels a little bit uncomfortable well then in fact you're getting a true scientific experience which is often very different than what you're getting when everything is pre chewed in spoon-fed hope you enjoy it without.

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"roger penrose" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"I really liked that Dr hammer off I always ask a questionable bullying, and I mentioned that before we hit record. Do you have a story where you know, maybe earlier in your life, bullying situation, where mindfulness would have made a difference about how you dealt with that. Well, I was a kid. I was in. I don't know third grade maybe fourth grade, and or maybe a little bit later, but I went to the store for my mom, and I was coming back walking carrying groceries. And the local gang of bullies came up upon me and started grabbing stuff out of my shopping bag carrying and for. I didn't exist mindfulness. Instead, I just reared back to punch the guy in the in the mouth, and he literally fell back. He was surprised because he was bigger than I was and he had three or four friends, and I was expecting to get get the crap beaten out of me, right then and there, but they just kind of looked at me and left. So I that's probably not the answer you're looking for. But sometimes you have to stick up for yourself. Well, yeah. Now bullying in you know, in medicine in academic medicine, particularly where you have professors and clinicians with residents and medical students. There has been problems with bullying, you know, the be rating, and and embarrassing students and residents and people in medicine it's become an issue, and we're count. Suld? I myself don't do that. I tend to be inside of the the little guy. I would say even though I'm a clinician a professor a faculty attending, but it's become much much less of a problem because of this it it doesn't look good. It's not good for anybody. So I say to its credit modern medicine has taken this issue seriously. And it's not a problem as it once was oh that's good to hear. Yeah. That's good to hear as we move forward. In the interview. I want to ask you five quick answer questions. So just thirty second answers. I find the first one is who is one person who has been influence in mindfulness in your life. Well. Roger Penrose, even though he's not into meditating, but just his physics and his wisdom in a whole variety of areas is really influenced me, and I think he he's he's not he's not the mainstream because he takes issue with certain, you know, cherished beliefs in physics like cosmic inflation, multiple worlds string theory, multiple dimensions. He doesn't believe in that. But his picture is very consistent and to give you an example in the year two thousand I think it was nature did a survey of the ten leading physicists in the world. And they asked him about a theory of everything what that would look like a grand unified theory and among them only Roger including included consciousness in the in the big picture. And in fact, they plays a key role because it causes collapse and avoids the need for multiple worlds and kind of connects a quantum physics and general relativity. So he's been a intellectually the biggest influence in my life. It's not quite what you. Ask. But, but it's very interesting to know. Yeah. Our listeners will enjoy that. How has mindfulness affected your emotions? I can get emotional, and I try I've tried especially in recent years to be mindful and not fly off the handle not that I was had a big temper, but I tend to get especially in medicine anesthesia tend to get stressed out. And we have critical situations all the time, and what I found over the years is that when you're when you're in critical situation, you know, trauma victim comes in a stabbing shooting, whatever, and we have, you know, precious few minutes to get the patients stabilize from the emergency room to the operating room and get surgery going and get lines in and get airway etcetera etcetera that I just do that and pretty efficiently I've been doing it a long time..

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"roger penrose" Discussed on The End of the World with Josh Clark

The End of the World with Josh Clark

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on The End of the World with Josh Clark

"All of the vibrations in the universe. And so all of the matter in the universe are remnants of the energy leftover from the big bang almost every vibration unleashed in the first trillions of a second after the big bang came in equal opposite pairs, and they canceled each other out. They annihilated each other. Almost all of them. But not all this is Don Lincoln. He's a physicist at fair me lab near Chicago very early on in the universe. There was some asymmetries some little difference between the two of them in. What happened is there was a very slightly larger number of matter vibrations than antimatter Ribe rations something to the tune of three billion to three billion in one and then three billions cancelled and the one was left over. And that's the matter vibrations that are left that make the what we see now in our universe. Why there is something and not nothing is one mystery that particle physicists have run across while plumbing. The void another is exactly where universe came from. It's looking increasingly likely that there was nothing that came before that are universal ruptured randomly from an aberration in an energy field like a bubble of steam rising in a pot of boiling water. And in fact, the basis of theory by physicist, Roger Penrose from Oxford University called conformable cyclic cosmetology says that this is just the way that universities are formed one bubbles up lives dies and leaves nothing behind, but the remnants of the black holes that formed it which are scooped up in the structure of the next universe. That bubbles up to replace the old one to us living in this universe. Such a process would take the longest scales of time imagine, but to someone with a different perspective of time, perhaps watching universes bubble up collapsed and bubble up. Again might be like watching a pot of water simmer. All of this is to say that if our universe arose from an aberration in an energy field from the remnants of the collapsed university that came before ours, then it could happen again, our universe could be reborn in a different form within itself. From a closer look at the Higgs field. It appears that it's constantly trying to do just that..

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"roger penrose" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Chris scenario only only biological organisms or maybe even only humans could possibly be conscious yeah this is one of those journeys where we begin in an already total automobile to some extent because as you might imagine one of the big stumbling blocks here as they we is that we as human struggle with the very definition of consciousness oh yeah i mean for instance is it a manifestation of awareness you know one one theory of this we've discussed in the past and the show's attention schema theory is it a quantum phenomenon where this is the sort of idea that people such as roger penrose have raised in and i can't help it come back to something our old friend julian jane said consciousness is not a simple matter and it should not be spoken off as if it were yeah i agree with that i mean i think it is very important to explore questions of consciousness especially for some of the reasons we're gonna raise today like it's more than just philosophical curiosity at something that ultimately may have real world consequences it might matt her for how we do things to express a similar sentiment to jane jane's the australian philosopher david chalmers you know he famously breaks problems of consciousness into two categories you've got the easy problems of consciousness and the hard problems of consciousness in the easy problems are i think badly named because they're not actually easy but i think they're easy relative to the hard problem because they're in principle solvable so this would include all kinds of questions about the causative factors of consciousness like what in the physical brain is the region that's necessary for certain parts of consciousness or how does consciousness integrate information from the senses the these are things that are in some way solvable by scientific experimentation the hard problem on the other hand is explaining the fundamental question of how or why conscious experience exists to begin with what is this thing that is experience and that seems at least a for from our first person.

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"roger penrose" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To be one of the world's greatest living scientists he worked with fellow physicist roger penrose to theorise space and time would begin with the big bang an end in black holes he was also a cosmologists astronomer and mathematician he leaves behind three children and three grandchildren new overnight fire crews were called out to a condo that went up in flames on the north side authorities say the building was vacant surrounding homes were also not impacted those residents able to return to their homes time now is five thirty five the father of the man accused of killing boom county deputy jacob picket says he was shocked when he heard his son was arrested for the shooting but he also tells her tv six his son has been troubled for years robert baumgart says his son anthony had a normal childhood but when he turned fifteen he went to spend a summer with his mother who he hadn't known for years and was different from that point forward robert says he had kicked his son out of the house just two months before deputy pick it was killed he should know no remorse whatsoever i mean that taking him into the courthouse that day that was that was a monster robert baumgart says if a judge sentences his son to die for the murder his son will simply have to pay for his actions a mother and ex wife shot more than a dozen times outside of her child's day care for years ago has passed away family members confirmed shirley justice died last week in virginia four years after she was shot her mother tells rtd sakes the death was direct result of the injuries justice suffered in the attack her ex husband was sentenced to twenty four years in prison for attempted murder we're now working to learn if christopher justice will face new charges in the wake of her death to failing schools could get an overhaul in curriculum and oversight in the fall i guess administrators are recommending to restart washington irving school fourteen and wendell phillips will sixtythree as innovation network schools the district would partner with an outside nonprofit organization to operate the schools on an individual basis both have received f grades for the last two years a deadly helicopter crash in new york city being felt right here in indianapolis butler university graduate one of five passengers killed on that chopper we're told.

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"roger penrose" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The talk heavy rocket with the dragon capsule that the dragging council like the original apolo capsule has already going into outer space it doc with the space station they didn't have any went in it but he's actually sent the dragon capsule inkatha space to dock with the international space station so in principle inprinciple he's all the go in principle yes he couldn't lawn another falcon heavy rocket with the dragon capsule to send humans and this figure eight trajet three which is the minimum energy three to go from the earth to the mo now of course he hit that many deadline and he's missed the deadlines as well you know showman he knows that people forget the deadlines that you miss so it's not clear whether the how balkan heavy with the dragon space capsule is ready to be launched later this year but remember nasa wants to launch their for his capsule next year december uh 2019 and i think he landmark would like to beat nasa at its own game so believe it or not we now have to moon rocket two moon rockets that are poised to be launched and there's some rivalry between them boeing is backing the sls booster rocket of nasa while spacex of course is backing the falcon heavy so this is a little bit of library going on so who knows if the falcon that'd be will be launched first preempting the of a booster rocket now let me explain what's happening with a quantum consciousness uh measure penrose does not like to believe that the human brain is determined that stick that is you can predict ahead of time where the states of the brain our brain is made on a transistors for example let's say we place all the neurons the transistor's boosters are deterministically they fire don't fire zero or one and therefore you know that the brain may totally transistors is deterministically determine ahead of time the date of the brain it's predictable there's no uncertainty whatsoever and that great on roger penrose and some quantum physicist who i'd like to believe that the brain is more mysterious but the rain has uncertainty built into it quantum uncertainty and that's why roger penrose i said that they something in the cell called the.

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"roger penrose" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on WRVA

"Now let me explain what's happening with a quantum consciousness um roger penrose does not like to believe that the human brain is deterministically that is you can predict ahead of time where the states or the brain are if the brain is made other transistors for example let's say we place all been around transistors roger penrose and some quantum physicist who am i to believe that the brain is more mysterious that the brain has uncertainty dumped into it quantum uncertainty and that's why roger penrose there said that there's something in the cell called the two peoples which are quantum mechanical which do obeys the uncertainty principle so the brain is not totally predictable now why too care because if us a simple question if your child is caught with his hand in the cookie jar the you punish your child or was it preprogramme from the very beginning that that child would have his hand inside the cookie jar if determinism is correct then it's not the kids fault it was stated to be it was meant to be it was predictable that your kid would have is hand in the cookie jar if there's uncertainty then there's a lot more room for guilt and there's a lot more room for free will and that's why this debate is actually rather important now my own personal point of view is that the brain is probably not deterministically it if it was made out of transistors it would be deterministically but this guy to be some kind of uncertainty someplace in the brain i would put it someplace else you see no on have long tendrils coming out called acts on that connected with ten thousand other neurons and i think there's leakage taking place why years at that scale microscopic and they leaked and this leakages quantum mechanical so i think that mother nature flap dashing pudding the brain together really quick when a child is born uh make some mistakes and these tendrils that connects neurons to other neurons.

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"roger penrose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"If the falcon that'd be will be launched first preempting the s of us booster rocket now let me explain what's happening with a quantum and consciousness um what you're penrose does not like to believe that the human brain is deterministically that is you can predict ahead of time where the states of the brain are if the brain is made other transistors for example let's say we place all the neurons the transistor's transistors are deterministically they fire or don't fire zero or one and therefore you know that the brain may totally of transistors is deterministically determine ahead of time the state of the brain so it's predictable there's no uncertainty whatsoever and that greats on roger penrose and some quantum physicist who would like to believe that the brain is more mysterious that the brain has uncertainty built into it quantum uncertainty and that's why rush penrose i said that there's something in the cell called the to be old which are quantum mechanical which do obey the uncertainty principle so the brain is not totally predictable now why should you care because if us simple question if your child is caught with his hands in the cookie jar do you punish your child or with the pre program from the very beginning that the child would have his hand inside the cookie jar if determinism is correct then it's not the kids fault it was fated to be it was meant to be it was predictable that your kid would have is hand in the cookie jar if this uncertainty then there's a lot more room for guilt and there's a lot oh more room for free will and that's why this debate is actually rather important now my own personal point of view is that the brain is probably not deterministically it if it was made out of transistors it would be deterministically but this guy to be some kind of uncertainty someplace in the brain i would put it someplace else you see no on have long tendrils coming out called acts on that connected with ten thousand other neurons and i think there's leakage taking place why years at that scale a microscopic and they leak and this leakages quantum mechanical so i think that mother nature flap dashing pudding to brain together really quick when a child is born uh make some mistakes and the tendrils that connects neurons to other neurons or.

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"roger penrose" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"roger penrose" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The talk heavy rocket with the dragon capsule that the dragging council like the original apolo capsule has already going into outer space it doc with the space station they didn't have any went in it but he's actually sent the dragon capsule inkatha space to dock with the international space station so in principle inprinciple he's all the go in principle yes he couldn't lawn another falcon heavy rocket with the dragon capsule to send humans and this figure eight trajet three which is the minimum energy three to go from the earth to the mo now of course he hit that many deadline and he's missed the deadlines as well you know showman he knows that people forget the deadlines that you miss so it's not clear whether the how balkan heavy with the dragon space capsule is ready to be launched later this year but remember nasa wants to launch their for his capsule next year december uh 2019 and i think he landmark would like to beat nasa at its own game so believe it or not we now have to moon rocket two moon rockets that are poised to be launched and there's some rivalry between them boeing is backing the sls booster rocket of nasa while spacex of course is backing the falcon heavy so this is a little bit of library going on so who knows if the falcon that'd be will be launched first preempting the of a booster rocket now let me explain what's happening with a quantum consciousness uh measure penrose does not like to believe that the human brain is determined that stick that is you can predict ahead of time where the states of the brain our brain is made on a transistors for example let's say we place all the neurons the transistor's boosters are deterministically they fire don't fire zero or one and therefore you know that the brain may totally transistors is deterministically determine ahead of time the date of the brain it's predictable there's no uncertainty whatsoever and that great on roger penrose and some quantum physicist who i'd like to believe that the brain is more mysterious but the rain has uncertainty built into it quantum uncertainty and that's why roger penrose i said that they something in the cell called the.

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