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2022-01-27: How Does Gravity Escape A Black Hole?

  • 08:06: ... between particles result from the sum of all virtual particle interactions, possible and Impossible, and the speed of light limit actually emerges ...

2020-11-18: The Arrow of Time and How to Reverse It

  • 06:19: ... converging,and entropy decreasing on the other. Zoom in to individual particle interactions and you see perfect reversibility of the laws of physics, but zoom out ...

2018-10-31: Are Virtual Particles A New Layer of Reality?

  • 02:12: In particle interactions, packets of energy are exchanged between these fields.
  • 08:42: So that's the deal with virtual particles in particle interactions, but we also hear about the role of virtual particles in a complete vacuum.

2018-01-17: Horizon Radiation

  • 08:28: ... to add new particles or remove old ones, for example, to describe a particle interaction like those two photons annihilating into an electron, positron ...

2017-11-29: Citizen Science + Zero-Point Challenge Answer

  • 08:42: ... wavelengths shorter than 0.1 millimeters definitely exist, and we see particle interactions that require the exchange of much shorter wavelength virtual ...

2017-10-19: The Nature of Nothing

  • 04:20: ... particles, and they seem to be the machinery under the hood of all particle interactions in the universe, at least as described by quantum field ...
  • 04:41: Virtual particles are the links governing all particle interactions in the famous Feynman diagrams.

2017-06-28: The First Quantum Field Theory

  • 09:02: Yet, in particle interactions, particles are created and destroyed all the time.

2017-05-03: Are We Living in an Ancestor Simulation? ft. Neil deGrasse Tyson

  • 15:17: That perfect time reversal would include the reverse of every particle interaction that happened in the original expansion.
  • 15:26: Now it's those same particle interactions that gives rise to pressure.

2016-10-26: The Many Worlds of the Quantum Multiverse

  • 07:07: ... states diverge into different possibilities-- for example, at every particle interaction everywhere in the ...
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