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Is Reality A Mathematical Structure? - Horizon: What Is Reality? - BBC Two

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Subido el 18/01/2011

More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00xxgbn

MIT Cosmologist Max Tegmark introduces his theory that reality is a mathematical structure, unchanging and eternal - an idea that pushes physics into the realm of philosophy.

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  • Mark Potts

    Talk about confusing a description with the thing it describes! This guy is just a Platonist. Even the pre-Socratics, over 2500 years ago, were dealing with the issue of reality and the issue of the logical structure of mathematics and "the world" was analytical philosophy's mood of a century ago. Even Lewis Carrol had that as his underlying theme! Can't the BBC ever do philosophy properly? My only surprise is that they didn't load this clip with neo-Marxist egalitarian dogma. Rant over!

  • Hao Zhang

    MOON, Clint Mansell

    · en respuesta a James1P2Wyke45 (Mostrar el comentario)
  • gmshadowtraders

    Ahh the classic search for order in equations. There are some really out of this world statements made in this video. He says the entire universe is a giant mathematical structure. But then he says the universe is a mathematical object and that space and time exist inside that object. That's some warped view of cause and effect right there. But he's on the right track I think. Trying to use the standard model of physics to describe the impossible always brings you to the ol' brick wall.

  • James1P2Wyke45

    I know the song thats playing in the very beginning from somewhere. Does anybody know who wrote it?

  • Arnoud1987000

    Really... I always think.. imagine there was no conscious on nothing...... how weird would that be????

  • jacelyn mckay

    This definitely changed my perspective of life & now I'm freaked out haha

  • wenaolong

    You'll be limited, if not by your imagination, then by the limits of a reality bound by virtue.

  • vevin1986

    Yes , Absolutely!

    · en respuesta a Robert Williams (Mostrar el comentario)
  • Abdel Karim

    Quran Chapter 57:20

    Know that the life of this world is but amusement and diversion and adornment and boasting to one another and competition in increase of wealth and children - like the example of a rain whose [resulting] plant growth pleases the tillers; then it dries and you see it turned yellow; then it becomes [scattered] debris. And in the Hereafter is severe punishment and forgiveness from Allah and approval. And what is the worldly life except the enjoyment of delusion.

  • Robert Williams

    Not true. If this is a mathematical construct the road block is the limits programed by the programer. Even our imagination would be a part of that program. The matrix.

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