Monday, April 25, 2011

Chocolate Creme Egg Cosmology

I'm sure a few of you had a Cadbury creme egg this Easter. They are pretty delicious, and if not, well, they are about to be on sale so that stores can clear their stock. (I'll probably have to grab some, YUM!) Anyways, this video is part of the University of Nottingham’s Sixty Symbols science video series, this week they have been featuring eggs for Easter. The video explains the possibility of tiny eggs from other dimensions, essentially a way to view the fifth and sixth dimension when dealing with the cosmological constant. I hope you enjoy, but take heed of the warning!



P.S.: Poll Closed, Asteroids Won!


20 comments:

HiFi said...

Interesting theory about the 5th and sixth dimensions. He's a bit vague on his math when explaining the supergravity model though. But interesting nonetheless.

Kicking Rocks said...

rofl!!! i just bought 3 little boxes of these because they were on after easter sale about 15 mins ago!!!!

WanderingWriter said...

Nice, I'm fascinated by the idea of other dimensions.

Zombie said...

Those things are addicting good! :D

Jay said...

and then my mind was melt.

mac-and-me said...

wow mind blown

Erika said...

Dimensions both scare and confuse me -_-

Dootzkie said...

Don't have those near me, but Kinder eggs are mmmmmmmm goodness!

Patti D. said...

that was amazing!!!

BrAd? said...

Creme eggs = win.

Solsby Kid said...

Wow, thats amazing stuff!

ScottD said...

cool, but can our brain really comprehend higher dimensions?

Banacek said...

They burn my throat.

The Game Store Guy said...

That was.....amazing. o_O

Shutterbug said...

I don't think I've ever had a Cadbury Creme egg before.

Venus said...

wow very interesting.

Rob said...

That was crazy interesting!

Biff Tanner said...

Melting!

Toto said...

hahah thats just awesome!

char.qq said...

I think I understood less about twenty words from that video. :C

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