Jim Rantschler and Randy Morrison discuss physics from elementary particles to cosmological effects at the limits of our theoretical knowledge or have recently emerged.
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Jim talks with Antony Valentini about the difficulties of interpretation of quantum mechanics in light of quantum gravity. In particular, Antony discusses the failure of the Born Rule due to the impossibility of normalization (the fact that probabili... more
Jim talks with Sunny Vagnozzi about using the Primoridial Graviton Background to rule out all inflation models. more
Jim talks with Ken Wharton about how to describe entangled states as sums over histories of particle paths using the path integral method. He shows how this works for Bell-type experiments, entanglements swapping, delayed choice experiments, and the ... more
I absolutely enjoy all the insights and perspectives on this podcast I just wish the Ecco wasn’t so dominant on the recording of episode 71. With that said, I enjoy very much this podcast. Thank you. Look forward to see your growth.
This is *the* physics podcast. It deserves a much wider following.
Very good breakdown of information. Really loved the chemistry between Jim and Randy. RIP Randy! Now you are back with the Universe!
This podcast reviews the latest developments in theoretical physics. As a former physicist, this series is great for me. It enables me to keep in touch with the latest ideas from the field I still love. The hosts do a brilliant job talking through ideas, and the topics teachers are always interesting. more
OMG! RIP Randy. You left us too soon!
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Physics Frontiers launched 7 years ago and published 71 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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