March 21, 2008

Using video games to understand bizarre physics

I did a new video for Popular Science: The Super Mario Multiverse, or: how I learned to stop worrying and understand the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics.”

It’s basically a short science lesson embedded in found footage of a video game. Sort of like a visual blog post. (Here’s the original game footage, created by a YouTube user named postsilence.)

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