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Physicist, Startup Founder, Blogger, Dad

Monday, July 18, 2011

Through the wormhole: DIY

I'm in the Science Channel show Through the Wormhole later this week (first air date is Weds. 7/20/2011), talking about faster than light travel via wormhole.

I blogged about shooting the episode here. I haven't seen the show, other than the excerpt below. It's kind of cool to hear Morgan Freeman say my name :-)


14 comments:

Louis Raes said...

Nice!

Louis Raes said...

Nice

Lover of Wisdom said...

Congrats!  You will soon take over from Michio Kaku as America's public scientist.

steve hsu said...

:-(

Allan Folz said...

Nice. Congratulations.

comicbookandmoviereviews said...

Very interesting my friend, I like the video - I have a similar one here - http://www.comicbookandmoviereviews.com/2011/07/lucky-number-slevin.html

Joseph Frantz said...

You're eloquent in this video. Seems good. I'm just left wondering whether physics is still exciting without dramatic background music.

Joseph Frantz said...

You seem eloquent in this video. I like it. I just can't help but wonder if physics is still exciting with no dramatic background music.

Joseph Frantz said...

It is evidently easy to find oneself double-posting. =(

Carson Chow said...

Why is this under cognitive science?

steve hsu said...

Oops, fixed!

MtMoru said...

Have you always had the way of speaking? Sounds commercial/businessy, but I've noticed it in three Harvard trained academics.

steve hsu said...

I doubt it's the Harvard influence. It may have more to do with talking to VCs and business meetings. At one point people used to refer to a "Harvard style" of seminars in theoretical physics, but by now I think it is called the "American style" by scientists from abroad.

Mihai Popescu said...

Can you provide more information on how would you build the wormhole ?

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