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Why you should learn physics

Why you should learn physics

(5:26) Some crucial reasons for everyone to have an understanding and enjoyment of physics. Elon Musk, Brian Cox and Richard Feynman explain. Movie clip is from 'Margin Call' (2011).

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iknowlessthanyoudo iknowlessthanyoudo (10 days ago)

The madness over science is now meaningless it is to the masses.

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The madness over science is now meaningless it is to the masses.

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Guest: (11 days ago)

Notice how some of these Libtards are the same that propel the myth of man made climate change, this shows their limited understanding . Of course I am lucky to have doctorates and real physic books so to me this is easy . What a shame these idiots will never have the intellect to challenge the orthodoxy narrative but all par for the course I guess .

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Notice how some of these Libtards are the same that propel the myth of man made climate change, this shows their limited understanding . Of course I am lucky to have doctorates and real physic books so to me this is easy . What a shame these idiots will never have the intellect to challenge the orthodoxy narrative but all par for the course I guess .

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Guest: IgnoranceisNOTbliss (9 days ago)

I've never heard an intelligent person/argument start with an insult and generalisation (Libtard). If you have a desire for truth then you naturally want as much discussion as possible - with referenced facts. To insult so early in the game would indicate to me you are emotionally attached to your viewpoint - and this in itself will ensure you never change your mind no matter what evidence is provided.

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I've never heard an intelligent person/argument start with an insult and generalisation (Libtard). If you have a desire for truth then you naturally want as much discussion as possible - with referenced facts. To insult so early in the game would indicate to me you are emotionally attached to your viewpoint - and this in itself will ensure you never change your mind no matter what evidence is provided.

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TheBob TheBob (9 days ago)
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Here, here.

What seems to be missing these days is the desire for truth ("Important people tell me all Mexicans are criminals", "there's an armada heading to North Korea", "Vote Brexit and we can spend £350 million per week on the NHS"; "man-made climate-change is a myth. There's no need to investigate further").

I'm open to different opinions if they can be backed up with reasoned argument, but I despair of all the trigger-words and hate-speech that are used to forward an agenda that the speaker doesn't even believe in.

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Here, here.

What seems to be missing these days is the desire for truth ("Important people tell me all Mexicans are criminals", "there's an armada heading to North Korea", "Vote Brexit and we can spend £350 million per week on the NHS"; "man-made climate-change is a myth. There's no need to investigate further").

I'm open to different opinions if they can be backed up with reasoned argument, but I despair of all the trigger-words and hate-speech that are used to forward an agenda that the speaker doesn't even believe in.

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Guest: real mad (11 days ago)

Better to learn maths, but whilst Feynman was a top physicist, Brian cox is way down the scale, and as for musk, just a salesman.

Quite a few physics Nobel prize winners are critical of climate science, more than speak up for it

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Better to learn maths, but whilst Feynman was a top physicist, Brian cox is way down the scale, and as for musk, just a salesman.

Quite a few physics Nobel prize winners are critical of climate science, more than speak up for it

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Guest: (11 days ago)

("I'm not a narcissist or anything, but I consider myself more qualified than Brian Cox and Elon Musk. Please think I am clever. Please.")

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("I'm not a narcissist or anything, but I consider myself more qualified than Brian Cox and Elon Musk. Please think I am clever. Please.")

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Guest: (11 days ago)

(I put things in brackets because I'm unaware that I'm projecting myself)

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(I put things in brackets because I'm unaware that I'm projecting myself)

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Guest: (11 days ago)

Do you? Thanks for sharing

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Do you? Thanks for sharing

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Guest: (11 days ago)

("This is what my therapist tells me and if its true for me it gotta be true for you right? Btw will you PLEASE have an argument with me? I haven't had attention on here for DAYS!")

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("This is what my therapist tells me and if its true for me it gotta be true for you right? Btw will you PLEASE have an argument with me? I haven't had attention on here for DAYS!")

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Guest: real mad (11 days ago)

Anyone reading this would assume someone is nursing a very sore bottom.

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Anyone reading this would assume someone is nursing a very sore bottom.

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Guest: (10 days ago)

("To repeat for clarity, I definitely have an obsession with backsides and putting things into them.")

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("To repeat for clarity, I definitely have an obsession with backsides and putting things into them.")

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Guest: real mad (10 days ago)

Oh dear did I miss both your legs ?

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Oh dear did I miss both your legs ?

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Guest: real mad (10 days ago)

or did I get your sore bottom ? Mmmm

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or did I get your sore bottom ? Mmmm

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Guest: real mad (11 days ago)

Feynman is top 20 all time physicist, Look up Feynman diagrams,. Very influential. Cox is dime a dozen foot soldier by comparison, you and I would have never heard of him but for his TV career.

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Feynman is top 20 all time physicist, Look up Feynman diagrams,. Very influential. Cox is dime a dozen foot soldier by comparison, you and I would have never heard of him but for his TV career.

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