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Are Space and Time An Illusion? | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios



 
 
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Default Are Space and Time An Illusion? | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

Are Space and Time An Illusion? | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YycAzdtUIko



SPACE, TIME, AND THE NATURE OF REALITY. This episode of Space Time is
actually about Spacetime, so pull up a chair, grab your favorite
snack, and buckle up, because this episode is going to be a TRIP.
Gabe explores what reality is, what "time" is, and why what you think
those things are is probably WRONG. Seriously, get ready to have your
MIND BLOWN!



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