Recode is celebrating the end of the world with its own science show, titled The Science Light.
The show will look at the science behind how we’re living our lives today and how the universe could work differently.
Today, we’ve got some highlights from the first episode.
Here are the highlights: Science: The quantum mechanics of the universe.
The physics of atoms, electrons and other particles, how we think we exist and what happens when you look at something with a quantum measurement.
What is quantum gravity?
Why the universe is not flat.
Why the earth is a giant supernova remnant.
Why gravity is such a big deal in our universe.
What’s new about quantum physics.
The quantum physics of the atom, electrons, and other quantum particles, and what’s happening when you take a measurement of an electron.
How gravity works in space.
How quantum gravity works on Earth.
Why we’re able to use gravity to change our minds, or our bodies, or even our lives.
How the universe might look in 20 years.
What happens if the universe expands to the point where it’s impossible to distinguish between matter and antimatter?
How quantum mechanics could make things a lot smarter, a lot faster.
The universe is made of a huge number of particles called quarks and leptons.
The quarks are the building blocks of all matter and matter is the stuff that makes up the universe itself.
The lepton is the opposite of matter.
It has only two electrons, which make up its mass.
They don’t interact with each other, but they can get stuck together to form a new mass called a positron.
A positron is an elementary particle.
Its existence is not known, but it can exist in a state of superposition where its properties change.
The two particles interact by means of electromagnetic force.
But what makes up an electromagnetically charged object is the force of the interaction.
It’s very simple, but there’s a lot of mathematics involved.
It all boils down to a very simple equation.
The more a certain particle interacts with a certain other particle, the stronger the interaction gets.
This is called the Coulomb force, and it’s very strong.
This means that when a certain amount of energy is applied to a certain point, something will happen.
That something can be anything from a tiny ball of atoms bouncing off a wall to a giant galaxy with a trillion stars.
We can make the same mistake with the quantum mechanical world.
In the early days of quantum mechanics, there were lots of experiments going on in the lab.
Physicists were trying to understand the fundamental laws of nature.
There was also a whole bunch of people doing this stuff on the moon, so there were tons of people working on quantum mechanics.
But there was this weird quantum vacuum where there were no experiments, just quantum machines, quantum computers and quantum mechanics that went on all over the place.
They were trying different theories.
The problem is, there was no way to see what they were doing.
There were no laws of physics that were in the quantum vacuum.
There’s one that’s very close to the one we have today, and that’s called the Copenhagen Interpretation.
But that was a theory about how the world works.
That didn’t actually explain anything.
Quantum mechanics says that the universe operates at a very fundamental level.
Everything in it, everything that’s happening around us, everything we see and everything that we think is happening around, is a product of quantum mechanical forces.
And everything that doesn’t make sense to you is just part of the chaos that’s taking place in the universe at that moment.
In other words, everything has a fundamental nature.
Everything we see, everything in the world around us has a quantum meaning.
There is no magic to it, there is no force that is responsible for it.
Quantum physics is based on these two laws.
One says, “There is no difference between the laws of motion of atoms and electrons.”
The other says, the universe has an enormous amount of quantum particles.
So there’s lots of energy and energy is a fundamental thing.
The laws of quantum physics say that the force between these particles is the same as the force we have between a photon and an electron in our everyday world.
There are many other laws, but quantum mechanics says, there’s only one, which is the Coulombs force.
That’s what gives the universe its structure.
In our everyday lives, we’re just observing the quantum world around the world.
We don’t really understand the laws that govern this quantum world.
Science and Technology: The physics behind the universe, how it works and how it’s changing.
The Universe is composed of particles that are called quark and lepton.
The mass of a quark is the number of protons it contains.
If you throw a bunch of quarks at a black hole, the energy they release and the mass they lose will be proportional to the square of the distance between them. If