Michio Kaku: The Mind of Einstein's God | AI Podcast Clips



This is a clip from a conversation with Michio Kaku from Oct 2019. New full episodes once or twice a week and 1-2 new clips or a new non-podcast video on all other days. You can watch the full conversation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kD5yc1LQrpQ
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Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist, futurist, and professor at the City College of New York. He is the author of many fascinating books on the nature of our reality and the future of our civilization.

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  1. This is a clip from a conversation with Michio Kaku from Oct 2019. New full episodes once or twice a week and 1-2 new clips or a new non-podcast video on all other days. If you enjoy it, subscribe, comment, and share. You can watch the full conversation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kD5yc1LQrpQ
    (more links below)

    Podcast full episodes playlist:
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrAXtmErZgOdP_8GztsuKi9nrraNbKKp4

    Podcasts clips playlist:
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrAXtmErZgOeciFP3CBCIEElOJeitOr41

    Podcast website:
    https://lexfridman.com/ai

    Podcast on Apple Podcasts (iTunes):
    https://apple.co/2lwqZIr

    Podcast on Spotify:
    https://spoti.fi/2nEwCF8

    Podcast RSS:
    https://lexfridman.com/category/ai/feed/

  2. Something, (the Universe), is "pointless", is a true-ish interpretation of the Singularity positioning here-now forever Hologram, and is putting zero-infinity difference in perspective, mechanically. Format/form follows function cause-effect of Time Duration Timing in Eternity-now Superspin Superposition-point Singularity positioning.

    "It's not what you say, it's the way that you say it", ..all is vibration, in metastable harmonics and "points" are perspective objectives in pulsed resonances of coherent cohesive e-Pi-i interference positioning, in sequences of information distribution properties that "string together" in relative significance, that, depending on the local environment for signs of importance to survival, become superimposed, (pointless?), narratives.

  3. 2:46

    I would disagree that morality/ethics are fundamentally distinct from physics. Maybe physics in a narrow scope, but certainly not evolutionary biology. The above-mentioned example of human VS squirrel and an alien VS a human depicts an evolution of an organism, where our instincts and reflexes slightly evolve. How far away are we emotionally developed from animals like dolphins, elephants, or apes? Or even squirrels. And how long ago did humans acquire an advance understanding of morality, ethics, empathy? There is a field of biology called "Evolutionary ethics".
    If we are talking about physics, then I am sure there are hybrid scientists like biophysicists, biochemists, neuroscientists, etc. who are studying the root cause of our emotions and morals.
    In conclusion, there is a science to our morality and ethics 🙂
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolutionary_ethics

  4. Actually Einstein apparently professed belief in Jesus. Said his words were too profound to be mere man and that he was undoubtedly real. But oddly contradicted that belief by denying a 'personal god'.

  5. There’s a squirrel that lives in my back yard that I feed every once in a while. I actually thought it started to recognize me after a few months. After watching this I tested his hypothesis and I asked it about the difference between right and wrong. Turns out it doesn’t recognize me because it jumped on me. I think it thought I was nuts

  6. We don't need religion for ethics. For morality we have ethical philosophy, which is evidence based and tries to be logically consistent instead of a being a collection of arbitrary dogmas like religion is.

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