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Mar 26, 2023

MIT 9.13 The Human Brain, Spring 2019

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Neuroscience playlist.

Instructor: Nancy Kanwisher View the complete course: YouTube Playlist: This course surveys the core perceptual and cognitive abilities of the human mind and explores how they are implemented in the brain… NOTE: * Lecture 3. Master Class: Human Brain Dissection (in-class dissection—video not recorded) * NOTE: Lecture 12: Brain-Machine Interface with Guest Lecturer Michael Cohen is unavailable * Lecture 14: New Methods Applied to Number (student breakout groups—video not recorded) * Lecture 17: MEG Decoding and RSA (video not recorded) * Lecture 19: Language II (class canceled—video not recorded) * Lecture 22: Experimental Design (student breakout groups—video not recorded) * Lecture 23: Deep Networks (2021) (video will be added soon) License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at More courses at Support OCW at We encourage constructive comments and discussion on OCW’s YouTube and other social media channels. Personal attacks, hate speech, trolling, and inappropriate comments are not allowed and may be removed. More details at

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Mar 26, 2023

Ancient marsupial sabertooth had eyes like no other mammal predator

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The wide-set eyes and exaggeratingly long teeth likely helped Thylacosmilus atrox become a successful hunter.

Mar 26, 2023

Anti-Worlds, Anti-Gravity Planets and Star Drives

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And exploration of Anti-Worlds, Anti-Gravity Planets and Star Drives, specifically the possibilities of antimatter and antimass and negative matter.

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Mar 26, 2023

Life in the Future

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The future is here with these incredible episodes!

Mar 26, 2023

2 high schoolers say they’ve found proof for the Pythagorean theorem, which mathematicians thought was impossible

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Getty Images Two US high schoolers believe they have cracked a mathematical mystery left unproven for centuries. Calcea Johnson and Ne’Kiya Jackson looked at the Pythagorean theorem, foundational to trigonometry. The American Mathematical Society said the teenagers should submit their findings to a journal. Two high school seniors from New Orleans think they have managed to prove a 2,000-year-old theorem that has stumped mathematicians for centuries.

Mar 26, 2023

Scientists Finally Manipulate Quantum Light, Fulfilling Einstein’s 107-Year-Old Dream

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Albert Einstein’s stimulated emission theory has been validated by large amounts of light, but never before by individual photons—until now.

Mar 26, 2023


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Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!

Mar 26, 2023

Scientists discover supermassive black hole that now faces Earth

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This is a galactic-sized problem. Scientists revealed Tuesday that galaxy PBC J2333.9–2343 has been reclassified after discovering a supermassive black hole that is currently facing our solar system, reports Royal Astronomical Society. Alien-hunting physicist on mission to prove meteorite that hit Earth is extraterrestrial probe Asteroid that could wipe out a city is near.


Mar 26, 2023

These scientists are convinced that the future can influence the past

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We’ve all heard of the “consequences of our actions,” where something in our past somehow brings about something in our future. Another common way to look at it is through the eyes of sowing seeds. You reap what you sow. However, some scientists think that it could also work the other way, through something they call retrocausality, which means your actions in the future somehow influence the past.

Mar 26, 2023

Was Gordon E. Moore and Moore’s Law Aspirational or Inspirational?

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Gordon E. Moore who died last week had a vision that silicon chips and shrinking transistors would revolutionize computing. Moore’s Law inspired the computer revolution.

Moore died at the age of 94 but Moore’s Law drove the computing revolution from the mid-1960s. Transistor miniaturization was the key.

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