About This Episode
How do particles get entangled? Neil deGrasse Tyson and comedian Chuck Nice, answer grab-bag questions about harnessing Hawking Radiation, bad places to construct wormholes, and whether running or walking in the rain makes you wetter.
How do we entangle particles? How do we know they are entangled? We answer one of life’s eternal questions: do you get more wet from running in the rain than walking? We break down the calculus minimization problem as well as why physics on Earth is the same as everywhere else.
Could dark energy be pressure from another dimension? We discuss potential options for studying black holes up close. Could we use Hawking Radiation to communicate what’s inside a black hole? Plus, what is Neil’s favorite discovery that has happened in his lifetime?
How would our relationship with time change once we start exploring and living on different planets? Where would be a bad place to open up a wormhole? What things from science fiction does Neil think will become a reality? Can rocky inner planets have rings like Saturn?
Thanks to our Patrons Tovi Sonnenberg, Lara McClintock, Timotheus, Tony Chantosa, Trent M Brown, Richard van Deursen, and Phillip McRill for supporting us this week.