Stephen Hawking and the power of simplicity

By September 27, 2016Virtual Worlds

I love it when complicated things are made simple and this Guardian animation does exactly that for Stephen Hawking’s theory of black holes. In 163 seconds we learn that the force of gravity in black holes sucks in everything, including light, that there is infinite gravity at the centre of black holes, that black-holes reduce in mass over time, eventually exploding with immense power, and that our universe was created in such an explosion. The video even dabbles in quantum physics.

Simplicity is hard to find, hence the old adage ‘if I had more time I would write you a shorter letter’, but, as this video shows, simplicity is also immensely powerful. There’s a lesson here for companies as well as scientists.

 

  • Herkul

    Simplicity is hard to find, hence the old adage ‘if I had more time I
    would write you a shorter letter’, but, as this video shows, simplicity
    is also immensely powerful . ثبت شرکت مسئولیت محدود