Great Mysteries of Physics
By The Conversation
Host Miriam Frankel delves into some of the great mysteries still puzzling the world's top physicists in this new series from The Conversation. This podcast will take you on a mind-blowing journey from the smallest to the largest conundrums, exploring curled-up dimensions, consciousness and parallel universes on the way.
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Quantum mechanics: does objective reality exist?Some physicists don't believe that quantum mechanics is a perfect description of objective reality. But not everyone is worried.
Is there a multiverse?The idea that there could be other parts of the cosmos with different physical laws, processes and histories is hard to ignore
Fundamental constants: is the universe fine tuned for life to exist?We are pretty lucky to have a gravity on Earth that is just right for life.
Is time an illusion?Time may be moving backwards as well as forwards, or all at once – even if it doesn’t seem like it is.
Great Mysteries of Physics - trailerDiscover the greatest mysteries facing physicists today