The Method Section: Science of the Decade
00:00 – Intro
02:22 – Artificial intelligence
05:18 – Gravitational waves
07:17 – Crispr
10:18 – Black hole picture
13:37 – Higgs Bosun
14:40 – Honourable mentions
19:48 – Ending and outro
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Links from the show:
- Microchip gives new insight into synapse connections
- Discovery of Einstein’s gravitational waves
- Infinite monkey episode with gravitational waves researcher:
- Two girls born in China with edited genes scandal
- The picture of the black hole:
Source: https://eventhorizontelescope.org/arrayThis week, on The Method Section, Tom takes a look at the past decade and all of the major scientific achievements of the past decade. The 2010’s, dubbed the decade of space, certainly lives up to that title with the discovery of gravitational waves and the Higgs bosun particle, the first ever picture taken of a black hole and reusable rockets. More than this, Tom covers the rise of artificial intelligence, gene editing with Crispr, the discovery of a new human species and humanity’s fight against disease.Music by: Joakim Karud – https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud.
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