Neil deGrasse Tyson: We Might Be Living In Higher Dimensions…But Our Senses Can’t Tell Yet.

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During the presentation of his latest book “Astrophysics for the rest of us”, Neil deGrasse Tyson answers questions about events that cannot be explained by our traditional senses, like near death experience. With Robert Krulwich, June 2017.

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Uaint Sheet

The more we know, the more we know we don't know. Stay thinking my friends.

1 years ago | [YT] | 2,271

W V T

The way Neil deGrasse Tyson sits on his chair is from another dimension!

4 months ago | [YT] | 381

Charles Essex

I just like Neil. His enthusiasm is infectious. He truly enjoys what he does and explains things in a way that we can all understand.

3 months ago | [YT] | 237

Chryztallic Exception

I love stopping you mid sentence

Well, you should know you're unqualified to sit there.

1 months ago | [YT] | 100

Enjoiyourlife420

if this man smoked DMT, he'd prolly ascend to the 10th dimension

1 months ago | [YT] | 7

ZehAverageGamer

Are Cockroaches 4th dimensional beings cuz they always seem to disappear and reappear

1 years ago | [YT] | 2,095

Bryce

Problem with the interviewer is that he pretty much changes the subject when he’s trying to make a point. If you watch any of Ndt podcasts with joe Rogan, Joe never changes the subject he basically tries making analogies to help him and his viewers understand Neil better. This guy came off as annoying tbh

4 months ago | [YT] | 93

X Jones

Although our senses might have faults, it's with these senses that people like Galileo investigated our reality and brought us truths about it. The microscope and telescope were precisely built with the senses and hands. There is some accuracy and truth in what we gather with our senses. A "personal" truth might not be able to be scientifically verified, but science also can't prove that it isn't true. So at this point, science is incapable of declaring truths about this phenomena. The practice and capabilities of science evolves like everything else. Slowly science understands more, but there is always more to learn and new techniques to develop. This has been true throughout the history of science. Carl Jung once stated, "The purpose of research is not to imagine that one possesses the theory which alone is right, but, doubting all theories, to approach gradually nearer to the truth." Science will continue to approach and will understand better in the future. The inability of science to study the subjective experience doesn't prove or disprove the truth sensed within. Maybe your cousin talked with her father about things that matter most for life in eternity rather than about topics that are temporary and not as important as you think. If eternal life is real and Earth is temporary (i.e. a local red giant in 5 billion years), then it's easy to imagine happiness being more important then the sciences of Earth. philosophyofX com

2 days ago | [YT] | 0

Jonathan Davis

I always wish Neil would be interviewed by a Philosopher, who could point out the assumptions, logical holes and contradictions he makes. Like most "celebrity" materialist reductionists (Nye, Dawkins, Krauss), Neil tends to pick the popular straw man argument and knock it down in the typical way we've heard since about 1910 (Logical Positivists). It would be fun to see a discussion between him and Rupert Sheldrake, a philosopher, who has focused on the very very difficult philosophical problems for reductionist materialism. All theories have philosophical difficulties, Celebrity Scientists do a great job of not mentioning them. Despite all that I like this interview with him way more than most because he doesn't make as many brash overstatements, or unjustified dismissals, like he often does out of arrogance or for comedic value / showmanship.

4 months ago (edited) | [YT] | 244

REASON℠

10:59 I just couldn’t stop laughing

3 months ago | [YT] | 18

August Velasco

The way he's sitting while explaining these is just gold. Hahaha

1 years ago | [YT] | 1,688

jerbby berb

That guy is throwing shade and it ain't Neil's first rodeo

1 months ago | [YT] | 1

cherub_Soliel

26:57 "your penthouse thoughts is Gods basememt performance" -TD jakes


Just something i contemplated

1 months ago | [YT] | 1

Mark Thomas

Why does he sound more like an evangelist than a scientist? I keep waiting for him to ask; "Can I get an 'Amen' ?" After completely trashing personal "eyewitness" data, he immediately starts saying we "INTUITIVELY KNOW" that we must have time...

1 months ago (edited) | [YT] | 4

Kyle Wilson

Wow he just told the story of the book Flatland...

1 months ago | [YT] | 1

Patrick Chole

NT's the man. I love his relaxed sitting-obviously in his element here.

3 months ago | [YT] | 1

KETAN RAMTEKE

In the middle of this talk my ability to understand Niel lost into 3+nth dimension 🤯

1 months ago | [YT] | 0

Atomic Frog Productions LLC

If You See Me wandering around with a fly swatter Know Strange things are about to happen...Sh*t Just Hit the Fan...and I'm Waiting For My Fan Club

5 months ago | [YT] | 1

Ian Kettell

"You have never met someone at a place unless it was also at a time, and you have never met someone at a time unless it was also at a place." Wish I could ask Neil to explain this to me in depth. All comments/explanations appreciated!!!

3 months ago | [YT] | 0

h6ss4

Sounds like Neil have had a bit too much of DeGrass

8 months ago | [YT] | 612