The Quantum (and Autotuned) World

There’s a new video in the excellent Symphony of Science series. This once focuses on “The Quantum World” and features Morgan Freeman, Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku, Brian Cox, Richard Feynman, and Frank Close.



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  • Annie

    That sure was fun!

  • Rich Wilson

    If you really want to learn something about quantum physics, I highly recommend 101 Quantum Questions

    Fascinating and accessible to the curious layperson.

  • Botait

    Brian Cox ‘s why does e equal mc2?
    is a fantastic breakdown of the equation for the mathematically unde reducated.

  • Anonymous

    for all the non-scientific people out there.   Correction “quantum physics” is wrong, the correct words is “quantum mechanics” and physics is the general subject that quantum mechanics is in, you also have thermodynamics, Electrodynamics, Newtonian dynamics….and the list goes on, and even these groups of studies we have subsets of specialty.

    an even in Quantum Mechanics, it called introduction to Quantum Mechanics, because they have just scratch the surface of this study.

  • Catherine

    I can’t stop watching this video – thank you so much Hemant for posting this! I have already shared it with others.