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Freedomain Radio – The Home Page
Lecture 1 | Modern Physics: Special Relativity (Stanford)
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Introduction: The Human Brain - life - 04 September 2006 Read full article Continue reading page |1|2 The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It produces our every thought, action, memory, feeling and experience of the world. This jelly-like mass of tissue, weighing in at around 1.4 kilograms, contains a staggering one hundred billion nerve cells, or neurons. The complexity of the connectivity between these cells is mind-boggling. Introduction: The Human Brain - life - 04 September 2006

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A direct link to the above video can be found at http://youtu.be/bFJvpBeWAhg This year we are celebrating the seventh anniversary of the launch of this project. It's been a great experience, and with positive comments in online articles published by Scientific American and Discovery Channel News over the last year or two about my videos it's been gratifying to be able to connect with people who understand the creative mix of physics and philosophy, science and spirituality that makes this project unique. But there have also been some very vocal critics, and that's what this video is about.

Imagining the Tenth Dimension

Imagining the Tenth Dimension