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In his first lecture, Neil Johnson looks into the relativistic nature of time.
In his third lecture, Neil Johnson explores how oscillations of sound or light can define a unit of time.
Why is the quantum world so weird and what are some of the applications of what we now know about it?
From traffic jams to financial markets - how does self-organised behaviour emerge in time despite a seemingly chaotic environment?
What can quantum physics reveal about the future? Will we be able to teleport or travel in time?
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