Q: How do you create a universe?
A: Ask if one exists
How else can you create something from nothing? A question which answers itself.
I have worn many hats: natural philosopher, media producer, failed messiah syndrome sufferer (now recovered: just because you *can* save the world doesn't mean you *have to*), student, teacher, uninhibited dancer
these videos are my productions from various projects making sense in various contexts which may or may not be compatible with each other or an objective quality control construct
bil (a.k.a wrenow, ybthr, freak, fluke)
yes i've been on the internet a long time ;)
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Videotaped 8.01L lecture for presentation in class 9AM Sept 18th, 2009 Lecturer: Professor Paul Schechter
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marc kastner presents an elaborate and impressive selection of some of the more popular physics demonstrations in the lecture demo group's repertoire to the dept staff during a get together a few years back, when he was still serving as...
Added almost 8 years ago | 00:13:57 | 14762 views
929Studios at it's freeform best w/ a very special guest performer live on land on loan from the high seas one night only!
Added almost 7 years ago | 00:04:18 | 20115 views
May 2nd, 2009 10AM-3PM Cambridge Science Festival Event hosted by the MIT Physics Technical Services Group http://web.mit.edu/tsg/MIT-TSG_CSF/
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a keynote presentation describing what the MIT Physics technical services group does, is working on, and including a highlight of our cambridge science festival event__ __to elaborate: video of the Keynote presentation i made describing...