Never let it be said that the folks at Minute Physics shy away from delving into the really big questions. In the latest episode, the gang takes on the daunting query “What is the Universe?” The answer, predictably, is, like, whoa, man, raising more questions about things like whether we can really know that parts of the Universe we can’t observe actually exist, and if concepts like the future or mathematics are part of the universe we live in, or something else entirely. It’s a bit of a head trip, but since you’ve probably got today off anyway, go ahead and ponder the nature of all things great and small from your bed this morning. You’ve earned it.
(via Minute Physics)
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