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Marc Séguin: on 9/11/14 at 23:37pm UTC, wrote Cristi, Congratulations on reaching 10 votes! You left comments on the...

Cristinel Stoica: on 9/11/14 at 16:32pm UTC, wrote Dear Mr. Roth, Thank you for watching my videos. For both of them, you can...

Alexander Roth: on 9/11/14 at 15:59pm UTC, wrote Dear Mr. Stoica, Congratulations on a very fine entry. Your use of...

Cristinel Stoica: on 9/11/14 at 5:41am UTC, wrote Thanks Garrett. I also liked your talk very much. Best regards, Cristi

Cristinel Stoica: on 9/11/14 at 5:41am UTC, wrote Thanks Jonathan, and good luck to you too! Cristi

Antony Lisi: on 9/11/14 at 3:05am UTC, wrote Nice animations. Voted this video up.

Jonathan Dickau: on 9/11/14 at 3:05am UTC, wrote I enjoyed this Cristi, The graphics were great, but I wish the narration...

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FQXi FORUM
February 28, 2021

CATEGORY: Show Me the Physics! Video Contest (2014) [back]
TOPIC: Can a black hole keep a secret? by Cristinel Stoica [refresh]
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Cristinel Stoica wrote on Aug. 8, 2014 @ 21:22 GMT
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Objects falling into black holes reach a singularity. They seem to vanish at the singularity, and together with them, any information they carry. This is very bad for Quantum Mechanics. I present a proposed solution, based on recent advances in the geometry and physics of singularities. The video aims to explain the main ideas without equations, in a graphical and accessible manner. Technical details can be found in C. Stoica, Singular General Relativity, PhD Thesis, arXiv:1301.2231, and references therein.

Video Creator Bio

Cristi Stoica is currently mathematical physicist, former computer programmer, former math teacher. His main research interests are general relativity, quantum mechanics, and the connections between them.

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David Goehring wrote on Aug. 8, 2014 @ 21:29 GMT
Fascinating! Black holes are so interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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Cristinel Stoica replied on Aug. 9, 2014 @ 05:54 GMT
Thanks Dave! Glad you like it!

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Member Marc Séguin wrote on Sep. 9, 2014 @ 02:37 GMT
Cristi,

Interesting video, with a lot of elaborate graphics! It gets fairly technical near the end, but I could follow most of it and Penrose's way of representing an infinite spacetime by a finite area is certainly very interesting.

I hope the video creators vote more in the next few days, so more videos, like yours, can get to 10 votes... The 2nd and 3rd videos of my trilogy are still in need of votes, so if you haven't already done so, it would be great if you could leave an appreication.

Good luck in the contest!

Marc

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Jonathan J. Dickau wrote on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 03:05 GMT
I enjoyed this Cristi,

The graphics were great, but I wish the narration could have been more animated and a bit clearer sounding. I'm spoiled by having nice microphones, I know, but if the words are needed for comprehension, they must be conveyed clearly. I already like the work on which this is based, and I almost like this video.

Good luck in the contest!

Regards,

Jonathan

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Cristinel Stoica replied on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 05:41 GMT
Thanks Jonathan, and good luck to you too!

Cristi

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Member Antony Garrett Lisi wrote on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 03:05 GMT
Nice animations. Voted this video up.

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Cristinel Stoica replied on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 05:41 GMT
Thanks Garrett. I also liked your talk very much.

Best regards,

Cristi

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Alexander Roth wrote on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 15:59 GMT
Dear Mr. Stoica,

Congratulations on a very fine entry. Your use of graphics to illustrate some very complex features of black holes receives high praise. I have the same criticism as for your other video --- the narration going too fast and being too difficult to understand. However, because of the high quality of the graphics I am planning to return to it, several times, to attempt to fully appreciate the presentation which appears so interesting.

Thanks and good luck for the competition.

Alexander Roth

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Cristinel Stoica replied on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 16:32 GMT
Dear Mr. Roth,

Thank you for watching my videos. For both of them, you can enable subtitles on youtube. I wish you all the best in the contest!

Best regards,

Cristi

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Member Marc Séguin wrote on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 23:37 GMT
Cristi,

Congratulations on reaching 10 votes! You left comments on the first two parts of my trilogy "This Is Physics" (and presumably left a rating), but not on the third part,"Physics Into Darkness"... and since this video is still one vote short of getting 10 votes (the first two parts have at least 10 votes), I was wondering if you had left a rating as well?

I hope your second video soon gets to 10 votes... you've already got my votes! Good luck!

Marc

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