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Quantum Physics: Post-Show Links

Posted in links by Desiree on February 13, 2009

Thanks very much to Dr. Anton Capri for being our guest this evening. As I said earlier… buy this man’s books. 

For those of you that missed it live, the podcast will be up tomorrow.

The resources I perused before the show include:

The Elegant Universe (video)


Common Sense Quantum Physics – An entire blog devoted to QP, and author creates easy-to-understand YouTube videos on the same topic.


A Beautiful New Theory of Everything (video)


Science of Humor: Schrodinger’s Cat – Quantum Physics can be funny! Really!


Welcome to the World of Quantum Energy Healing


Interview with Deepak Chopra about QEH


NY Times article on QEH


Thanks for listening, and for the great questions! See you next week.



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  1. Nathan said, on February 13, 2009 at 10:24 pm

    That show was awesome, Anton was a great guest. I hope he comes back sometime I’m sure he has more to talk about.

  2. Arjen Dijksman said, on February 15, 2009 at 1:13 am

    Thanks to Anton, Desiree and Heather. This was a very instructive show. Anton is a very good storyteller. I must read his books. I liked the “every time you solve a problem, you get new questions”. There is still so much to be discovered in nature. It would be nice if Anton could come back when the first results of LHC will be unraveled.

  3. Desiree said, on February 15, 2009 at 7:52 am

    Brilliant idea, Arjen. I’ll see about booking him sometime after the big re-unveiling in September.

    Thanks for listening!

  4. Sean Ouimet said, on February 20, 2009 at 12:39 am

    I just caught up with this episode today and had to say it was very interesting!

    I came into the show with a basic understanding of quantum physics, but it was how Dr. Capri interpreted and explained those ideas that me rethink (or better understand) that which was a little fuzzier in my head before. You cannot help but smile at somebody who so is so passionate about the core essence of science: that there’s always something new on the horizon to try and better understand.

    A great episode, and I look forward to hearing Dr. Capri do an encore appearance on the show in the future.

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