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In this video, Neil Turok discusses the astonishing simplicity of everything, from the behavior of light to the stability of the sun. He explains that the universe is full of dark energy, which is accelerating the expansion of the universe. This means that the most distant galaxies we can see will eventually disappear due to the dark energy. Beyond those galaxies, we will never be able to see anything because of the dark energy.

**00:00:00**Neil Turak, director of educational outreach at perimeter institute, will deliver a one-hour lecture on the "astonishing simplicity of everything." He will be followed by a question and answer session.**00:05:00**In this talk, Neil Turok discusses the importance of simplicity in physics and how it can point the way to new discoveries. He also mentions the recent discovery of neutrinos changing their flavor and having a finite mass.**00:10:00**Neil Turok discusses recent discoveries that point to regular, predictable behavior in the universe. He explains that space is full of dark energy, which is accelerating the expansion of the universe. This means that the most distant galaxies we can see will eventually disappear due to the dark energy. Beyond those galaxies, we will never be able to see anything because of the dark energy.**00:15:00**Neil Turok gives a public lecture on the astonishing simplicity of the universe on a range of scales from the larger scale in physics to the tiniest scale. He explains that on smaller scales, the universe is relatively simple and regular, while on the hugest scale it is only complicated in the middle. He discusses the pattern of temperature variations which were excited at the big bang and continue to oscillate, providing evidence for synchronicity.**00:20:00**Neil Turok discusses the astonishing simplicity of the universe, which is evidenced by the lack of complex features that can be predicted by current models. He explains how recent research has shown that the universe initially consisted of smooth waves, which then evolved into sharp edges and shocks. This demonstrates the simplicity of the universe, which is in contrast to the complexity of current models.**00:25:00**Neil Turok discusses the importance of simple ideas and how they have led to the development of mathematics and physics. He goes on to explain how the real world obeys certain mathematical rules, and how physicists use these rules to study nature. Finally, he discusses the significance of mathematical proof, and how it is a connection between mathematics and the physical world.**00:30:00**In this video, Neil Turok discusses the astonishing simplicity of everything, including geometry, mathematics, and logic. He notes that it took 2,000 years for the next great leap forward in mathematics, which came about with the introduction of the imaginary number.**00:35:00**In mathematics, the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra states that any equation that has a solution has a solution that is a multiple of I. This simplifies many equations that were previously difficult to solve. The theorem also allows for more dimensions in mathematical solutions, allowing for more complex solutions to problems.**00:40:00**In this video, Neil Turok discusses the Astonishing Simplicity of Everything, or Euler's Formula. This equation connects differential equations, which give you exponentials to algebra, which gives you i to geometry, which gives you these trigonometric functions. These functions describe phenomena in nature, such as waves and light, which are all described by functions. These functions have no scale, which means they can be applied across all scales. This is a major discovery made by Maxwell, which led to the understanding of electricity and magnetism and eventually radio waves.**00:45:00**In this lecture, Neil Turok explains that the physical world can be understood through waves and particles, and that Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism is correct as long as light is considered a particle. However, when it comes to heat, light does not behave like a wave, and this is why the sun can exist despite being very hot.**00:50:00**In this lecture, Neil Turok discusses the astonishing simplicity of everything, from the behavior of light to the stability of the sun. He uses the photoelectric effect to explain the quanitization of light, and demonstrates the phenomenon with a laser beam. Einstein's interpretation of the experiment supports the theory of Planck, and demonstrates the importance of understanding how nature works on a fundamental level.**00:55:00**In this video, Neil Turok discusses quantum mechanics, which is the theory that deals with the behavior of particles on a very small level. He explains that everything in the universe is made up of waves, some of which are particles and some of which are waves. The wave-particle duality is a key concept in quantum mechanics, which states that a particle can be both a wave and a particle at the same time. Unitarity is a fundamental principle of quantum mechanics that ensures that the probabilities of events add up to one. When quantum mechanics was first developed, it broke away from the classical view of the world, where everything was determined by the laws of physics.

In this video, Neil Turok discusses the various theories of everything and how they can be simplified down to a single equation. He also talks about the challenges of string theory and the possibility of a multiverse.

**01:00:00**In this lecture, Neil Turok discusses how the atomic model of Niels Bohr was successful but not fully understood until after people understood how an electron could be both a particle and a wave. He then goes on to discuss light and how it gave rise to the theory of relativity. He shows a movie illustrating this with a trolley.**01:05:00**In this video, Neil Turok explains the classical view of light trajectories and how it's wrong. He then discusses how Einstein came to the conclusion that space and time are not independent, and how this led to his theory of gravity.**01:10:00**Neil Turok delivers a public lecture on the astonishing simplicity of everything, discussing the theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, and Einstein's theory of gravity. He explains that despite the complexity of these theories, they all ultimately rely on a single equation that describes the behavior of all matter in the universe. Dirac's equation is particularly important, as it describes the behavior of the electron.**01:15:00**This lecture discusses the astonishing simplicity of everything, including relativity and quantum mechanics. The equation is surprisingly simple, and spins beyond two seem to be not possible with field theory. However, string theory may be able to explain them. Additionally, experiments at the Art McDonald Laboratory are searching for dark matter candidates. Neutrino masses and gravitational waves are also being explored.**01:20:00**In his public lecture, Neil Turok discusses the various puzzles in physics, including the enigmatic dark energy. He suggests that a simpler explanation may be forthcoming and that the universe may be "simpler than we think." He also discusses the challenges of string theory and the possibility of a multiverse.**01:25:00**Neil Turok gives a public lecture on the astonishing simplicity of everything. He explains that the big bang was the beginning of an endless cycle of destruction and creation, and that the dark energy in the universe means that we will never be able to see things beyond what we can see now. He concludes that the universe is more fundamental than we think, and that we need to make better theories that don't rely on concepts that can never be tested.**01:30:00**Neil Turok gives a public lecture on the astonishing simplicity of everything. He discusses how the discovery of the higgs boson has shown that the vacuum we live in today is stable for 10 to the power 500 years, and that when a black hole is created, it could be the birthplace of a new universe. He also talks about the fractal paradigm and how it could still have a future.**01:35:00**Neil Turok gives a public lecture on the Astonishing Simplicity of Everything. He advises students interested in pursuing a career in theoretical physics to only pursue the field if they are willing to sacrifice their career. Afterwards, he gives a few questions to the audience.

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