Monday, November 26, 2018

Quantum Gravity Research - Hacking Reality (Oficial Video)

Hacking Reality is the follow up to What Is Reality? Gareth Lisi completed his PhD in theatrical physics and felt that string theory wasn't on the right track.  He tried to get a job at a university where he could study E-8 mathematics, which is an 8th dimensional object which theoretically, he says, could be creating our universe.  Theorists and mathematicians derived the E-8 lattice mathematics back in the 1930's and found it to be beautiful, but dropped it when they were unable to verify it or do anything with it.

Gareth says how E-8 maths describes almost perfectly how our 3-dimensional universes comes into existence. Every object in our universe down to every particle, like electrons, protons, quarks, are just part of a 8-dimensional object that is moving through our 3-dimensional space. Laboratory experiments are needed to complete the research but that's expensive and all the money goes into string theory. But not one string theory experiment has ever verified any prediction made by string theory.

This might turn out not to be the theory of everything, but Gareth Lisi and Irwin Klee has developed a passion for studying it, which they say is more viable than string theory. What do other scientists think of Gareth Lisi and Irwin Klee's research? They ignore it, all the money is on string theory.

Is there an 8-dimensional "engine" behind our universe? Join Marion Kerr on a fun, visually exciting journey as she explores a mysterious, highly complex structure known simply as 'E8'--a weird, 8-dimensional mathematical object that for some, strange reason, appears to encode all of the particles and forces of our 3-dimensional universe. Meet surfer and renowned theoretical physicist Garrett Lisi as he rides the waves and paraglides over the beautiful Hawaiian island of Maui and talks about his groundbreaking discovery about E8 relates deeply to our reality; and learn why Los Angeles based Klee Irwin and his group of research scientists believe that the universe is essentially a 3-dimensional "shadow" of this enigmatic... thing... that may exist behind the curtain of our reality.

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