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  • 26. aug. 2019

  • For more cool science visit http://www.scienceandcocktails.org In the framework of the largest string theory conference in the world, Strings 2019, Science and Cocktails organized a special event at Flagey in Brussels. We were sipping cocktails in the art-deco building with string theorist and science superstar Robbert Dijkgraaf as he told us all about the fundamental laws of Nature. Afterwards, cellist and composer Benjamin Glorieux performed a musical piece together with invited guests especially commissioned for the occasion, while live-video artist Klaas Verpoest accompanied them with his visual magic. What is string theory? What happens to stuff that falls inside a black hole? What are the fundamental building blocks of space and time? Did Nature have any choice in picking the fundamental laws of physics? What is the role of mathematics in physics? This talk by professor Robbert Dijkgraaf was recorded on 13 July 2019 at Flagey in Brussels. For more science lectures with dry ice cocktails and live music, visit: • Science & Cocktails Brussels Web: http://www.scienceandcocktails.org/bxl Contact: bxl@scienceandcocktails.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scienceandco... Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

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  • Aprender Idiomas y Cultura General con Rodrigo

    It's by far the best presentation on physics that I've seen lately!

  • john kuckian
    john kuckian For 6 md. siden

    Ok this was amazing

  • antu_neel
    antu_neel For 6 md. siden

    Sonal Dongre is loving me :) :)

  • Ted Lanz
    Ted Lanz For 7 md. siden

    "Space is just out there. It is flat . It is rigid. It is forever as it is. It is just a background, a decor for natural phenomena to happen." This is EXACTLY how my cat treats me!

  • OB SER VER
    OB SER VER For 6 md. siden

    Actually within not even an hour of the presentation I I had understood more then after watching countless documentaries about the subject. The gentleman definitely have a talent to explain and the visualization had helped tremendously! Thank you.

  • 李思远
    李思远 For 1 år siden

    The sound of Hawking's voice, knowing it had been transmitted into space, brought me to tears. Great video - thank you for the upload.

  • akhil swift
    akhil swift For 2 uker siden

    i failed my physics exam in school, but after watching this video im damm sure i can make a time machine

  • James Suhr
    James Suhr For 6 md. siden

    Only a physicist could get excited about seeing a spot of 'nothing' in space.

  • KishaN
    KishaN For 4 md. siden

    I'm amazed to see that he is not tired for a single sec while explaining everything and as a audience how the 46min passed i don't know it was pleasure to watch him and my curiosity about cosmology increasing day by day I'm not even a science student but i love physics specially astrophysic.loved it.

  • Belialith
    Belialith For 3 md. siden

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  • Predicatorul lMC
    Predicatorul lMC For 4 md. siden

    I cannot believe I have watched the whole thing. This guy sparked up my attention span (which is 5 minutes).

  • Mitch Kahle
    Mitch Kahle For 1 år siden

    Excellent presentation. Thank you S&C for sharing the video.

  • Marie Lynn not Robinson
    Marie Lynn not Robinson For 2 uker siden

    You are the most informive scientist I've ever read! Thanks 👍

  • Sebelasdetik Saja
    Sebelasdetik Saja For 6 md. siden

    glad to watch this on quarantine, thank you sir ♡☆♣

  • Jeff Pullen
    Jeff Pullen For 6 md. siden

    Even dark matter ends and something else is beyond something we have yet to discover

  • g Shiva
    g Shiva For 6 md. siden

    what an amazing explanation of so many complex concepts in simple way.

  • wattsupdave
    wattsupdave For 4 md. siden

    Wow, great questions, really enjoyed the discussion! I've pondered many of the same fundamental questions.. Glad to be able to follow along.. It's fun trying to conceptualize & quantify reality.

  • Ong Bonga
    Ong Bonga For 5 md. siden

    Obviously aliens are going to turn up here in the future and have their minds blown that we don't all have robotic voices.

  • Lava Kafle
    Lava Kafle For 1 år siden

    In the framework of the largest string theory conference in the world, Strings 2019, Science and Cocktails organized a special event at Flagey in Brussels. We were sipping cocktails in the art-deco building with string theorist and science superstar Robbert Dijkgraaf as he told us all about the fundamental laws of Nature. Afterwards, cellist and composer Benjamin Glorieux performed a musical piece together with invited guests especially commissioned for the occasion, while live-video artist Klaas Verpoest accompanied them with his visual magic.

  • عبد الله Abdallah
    عبد الله Abdallah For 1 uke siden

    🌷قبل 1442 سنة، قال الله سبحانه وتعالى