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September 26, 2021

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The FQXi August 1, 2012 Podcast features:
  • The Higgs Goes to Ghana
  • The Illusion of Time & The Dynamics of Shapes
  • Mental Time Travel
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The Higgs Goes to Ghana
Extended interview with CERN's Albert de Roeck about efforts to take particle physics to Africa, plus the politics of the Higgs discovery and its implications for physics.
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The Illusion of Time & The Dynamics of Shapes
Julian Barbour explains why time does not exist, how shapes are fundamental, and possible connections between consciousness and quantum gravity. (Extended interview)
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Mental Time Travel
Psychologist Kathleen McDermott describes fMRI experiments and studies of amnesiacs that reveal how we use yesterday to construct tomorrow.
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