In this video, Frank Wilczek discusses the physics of quarks, dark matter, complexity, life, and aliens. He explains that there is still much to learn about these phenomena, but that progress is being made. He also discusses the importance of symmetry in physics, and how it can be applied to various aspects of life.
Frank Wilczek, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist, discusses the physics of quarks, dark matter, complexity, life, and aliens in this Lex Fridman podcast. He explains that although certain phenomena in these fields may seem like they violate the laws of thermodynamics, they can be explained if one considers the laws to be "not fundamental laws of physics."
In this video, Frank Wilczek discusses his work in physics and how it relates to life. He stresses the importance of being highly computer literate in order to do theoretical or experimental work in science, and warns that it is a challenge to maintain focus and productivity as one ages.