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Recovered Dangerous Knowledge – The True Nature of Reality

Recovered Dangerous Knowledge – The True Nature of Reality
What is Reality? Philosophs, physics and mathematicians have been thinking about this question since thousands of years. This BBC Documentary by David Malone looks at famous personalities who have been thinking about the true nature of reality and shows the findings, doubts and troubles they faced when they started talking publicly about their new “revolutionary” ideas. Among the persons featured in this online-documentary are the mathematicians Georg Cantor, Ludwig Boltzmann, Kurt Gödel, Alan Turing and Greg Chaitin. Dangerous Knowledge – Part 1/2 BBC Documentary Dangerous Knowledge – Part 1/2 Liked this documentary?

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