Philosophy Friday is student led discussions about some of the most exciting things happening in math and science. Here are some videos that will blow your mind!
Let's go deep and find out about how weird things get when we analyze the smallest parts of life we can. Hunter is going to explain String Theory using this video.
How do our peers influence our behavior. Caroline Stewart is diving into sociology with this video on herd behavior.
Let's dive deep into our family trees. Ryan Tietema and Drew Slade wants to know if we're all related.
Can you solve the Airplane Riddle? Lincoln Reynolds can.
Spoiler alert! Jonas Arnemann used this video to explain the bad physics we see in movies.
Nick Squeteri shared this video about the fourth dimension.
Hunter Brandt shared all three videos on Black Holes. Woa.
Will Rechner shared this video where NDT talks about scientific truth vs. personal truth and the possibility that we exist in a multidimensional universe but just don't have the sense capacity to see it.
Camille found this video on perpetual motion and why it's impossible.
Hunter Brandt showed this video on weather time travel is possible. He conducted a thought provoking discussion. He also threw in a clip on how big the universe is.
Grace Robertson breaks down Quantum Tunneling...So many questions.
Trevor and Navya (Navyor) on the Fermi Paradox...Crazy stuff. See the Wikipedia page below for some really interesting explanations of the paradox. Here is a link to some interesting explanations of the paradox.
Lilia Henkel and Ryan Stewart found these videos on Dark Matter and Energy.
Jake Leopold found this video on the Expansion of the Universe
Charlie Armstrong found this video about the Fibonacci Sequence
Constantin was wondering when / if time will end and he found this...
Ryan Stewart wondered what would happen if a gamma ray burst hit earth!
Ben Zuke - Brian Greene on dark energy, string theory and the multiverse.
Lucas Boson - The Fourth Dimension
Lucas Boson - Brian Greene on String Theory, Forces and Spatial Dimensions
Kathryn Larson - Vibrations and Patterns
Here is the video Kathryn Larson used for her philosophy Friday presentation. Quantum Physics is crazy!* Great job Kathryn! And a nice job by Ali in 4th hour explaining Quantum Physics to Mr. Stecco! *It should be noted that the results of the double slit experiment have since been somewhat debunked. The act of observation doesn't cause the particles to change so much as make them unmeasurable.
Here are Spencer's videos from his presentation on the Theory of Relativity and Space Time. Mind blowing stuff Spencer. Well done!