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Into the Impossible With Brian Keating

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Jun 20, 2024 • 1h 32min

Astrophysicist Exposes UFO Whistleblower David Grusch

Astrophysicist Brian Keating delves into UFO whistleblower David Grusch's testimonies, likelihood of alien life, radar spoofing technology, antigravity research, and physics behind Tic Tac UFO sightings. They challenge free thinking boundaries, explore Ryan Graves's UFO encounter, and debate if antigravity defies physics laws. The podcast includes discussions on string theory, Harvard controversies, and the UFO 'Zoo hypothesis'.
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Jun 16, 2024 • 50min

This New Method of Teaching Physics Changes EVERYTHING! w/ Eric Mazur [Ep. 428]

Eric Mazur, a pioneer in physics education, discusses peer instruction, challenges traditional lectures, embraces technology in classrooms, advocates for hiring good teachers, questions grading systems, and rethinks academia's tenure and compulsory subjects.
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Jun 9, 2024 • 1h 12min

Adam Frank: Are We About to Discover Alien Life? [Ep. 425]

Astrophysicist and astrobiologist Adam Frank discusses the scientific frontier of detecting aliens, evaluating UFO claims, technology for finding extraterrestrial life, the Rare Earth hypothesis, and challenges in astrobiology. They address the Fermi paradox, replication crisis, and analyses of UFO videos.
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Jun 7, 2024 • 1h 10min

Is There a CRISIS in Cosmology? with Abhijit Chavda [Ep. 424]

Cosmologist Abhijit Chavda dives into cosmology's crises, recent breakthroughs, challenges, and the multiverse theory. They discuss the James Webb Space Telescope, Event Horizon Telescope findings, and societal topics like antisemitism. Touches on the support for Israel from unexpected sources like India.
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Jun 6, 2024 • 1h 18min

What’s the Relationship Between Matter and Space-Time? w/ Tevin Naidu

Tevin Naidu, a medical doctor and philosopher, discusses the relationship between matter and space-time, the fundamental nature of reality, and pushing back against anti-scientific BS. Topics include theories of consciousness, computational psychiatry, moral luck, addiction, religion, atheism, trusting NASA, evidence for alien life, and extraterrestrial tech.
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Jun 6, 2024 • 1h 52min

Brian Keating Discusses Black Holes, Time Travel, and the Origin of the Universe w/ Jordan Peterson

Renowned psychologist Jordan Peterson and Brian Keating delve into cosmological theories, from the Big Bang to the expanding universe. Topics include Olbers paradox, accelerating universe, early universe mysteries, inflation, multiverse, and the intersection of science and religion. They also touch on Moses' burning bush as a symbol of curiosity and truth.
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Jun 4, 2024 • 57min

Life's Catalyst: RNA with Thomas Cech [Ep. 423]

Nobel laureate Thomas Cech discusses the catalytic properties of RNA, suggesting it may have played a crucial role in the origins of life. The conversation explores the transformative potential of RNA, its relationship with DNA, and its role in biology's mysteries. Topics include CRISPR, the end of life, and the potential of RNA in communicating with extraterrestrial beings.
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Jun 2, 2024 • 1h 31min

Is There Hope for Humanity? Marcelo Gleiser’s Case for Biocentrism [Ep. 422]

Esteemed guest Marcelo Gleiser discusses hope for humanity by shifting perspective and reconnecting with the natural world. Topics include Copernicus' heliocentric model, human connection to the environment, technological progress, panspermia, origins of life, AI in education, and more.
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Jun 1, 2024 • 1h 40min

Why Do Physicists FIGHT Philosophers?

Physicists and philosophers clash over cosmological expansion, gravitational waves, and the BICEP experiment. Explore the origins of inflation, the theory of everything, and the challenges of detecting B-mode polarization. Join in on the debate between theory and experiment in astrophysics.
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May 31, 2024 • 1h 12min

Eric Weinstein: Don't Call It A Conspiracy! [Ep. 421]

Join Brian Keating and colleague Eric Weinstein as they delve into public distrust of experts and institutions, discussing the impact on society. They explore funding, academic freedom, and the balance between theoretical and experimental physics. Topics include misinformation dangers, the relationship between national security and science, and the decline in university reputations.

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