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Thursday, October 20, 2022

Sabine Talks about the Quantum Internet Alliance

Most notably from my favorite physicist explainer, Sabine Hossenfelder, Takes on the 'Quantum Internet Alliance',   Is it necessary?  The full piece is on outube is here:  https://youtu.be/TPupnpSB8YU 

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Today we’ll talk about the Quantum Internet Alliance, wormholes in the New York Times, a black hole that doesn’t like its meal, energy worries at CERN, species loss, and the robot which holds the world record for running 100 meters.  

Press Release from the Quantum Internet Alliance:


The Soup Tube Boyfriend on Reddit:


The new black hole paper:


Overbye's piece about wormholes and entanglement in the NYT:


The CERN press release about their energy saving plans:


The CERN press release about them joining the Quantum Initiative:


The press release from Oxford University about the AstraZeneca nasal vaccine:


The WWF Living Planet Index:


The 2020 Nature paper criticizing the Living Planet Index:


The survey from the Electronic Waste Forum:


The full video of Cassie the Robot from Oregon State is here:


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00:00 Intro

00:28 Quantum Internet Soup Tubes

03:15 Black Holes Don't Puke

04:40 Wormholes in the NYT

08:20 Yet another Bruce Willis joke

08:44 Energy Worries and Quantum Plans at CERN

10:33 Disappointing Nasal Spray Trial Results

11:21 2022 Living Planet Index and Bird Life International

13:15 We Hoard Too Much Electric Waste

14:43 The Fastest Bi-pedal Robot

15:18 Sponsor Message

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