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What is Reality Film Quantum Gravity Research
 Marion Kerr in Quantum Gravity Research film What Is Reality
Here, host Marion Kerr searches for meaning in a cave amidst beautiful symbols & characters.
Information is meaning in the form of symbolism.
Information is meaning in the form of symbolism.
Host Marion Kerr talks about light.
Host Marion Kerr talks about light.
600-Cell made entirely of 3D tetrahedra
When projecting the Gossett polytope from 8D to 4D at a particular angle we get two 600-Cells made entirely of 3D tetrahedra. The size ratio of the two 600-Cells is the golden ratio. Here is a 600-Cell on the beach.
Einstein getting his picture taken What is Reality Film
Einstein getting his picture taken What is Reality Film

WHY THIS FILM?

"The challenge with complex scientific content is expressing it to the non-scientist, or layperson, in a way that is clear but not dumbed-down. One must always respect the intelligence of the viewer, and understand that he or she will have to work intellectually at understanding the material..."
~ David Jakubovic (Mad Machine Films)

THE UNIVERSE

I want to tell you about the universe. What it is; how it came to be; what its building blocks are. I want to tell you how the future creates the past which then creates the future.

INFORMATION

A growing number of physicists believe reality is made of information. What does that even mean?

Information is meaning in the form of symbolism. A language or code provide this kind of information-conveying symbolism.

A very different type of symbol - is one that represents itself. Geometric symbols can do that. A cube can represent…love, if we say it does - or it can represent - really with minimal subjectivity - itself. Could there be a language or code made out of geometry? What information would such a language express?

Nobody Knows the exact speed of light

"You might be surprised that nobody knows the exact value of the speed of light. We have a close approximation. But not the exact value. The closest we can get to measuring it has to do with the precision of our machines.

But no matter how precise our machines get - we’ll never be able to measure the exact speed of light - without a theory that tells us what it is and why it is. And none of the current physics theories do that."

 

 

Cartoon Einstein

Einstein getting his picture taken. We made understanding complex ideas a very fun experience!

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