Sabine Hossenfelder

Sabine Hossenfelder is a theoretical physicist, author, musician, and science communicator who researches quantum gravity. She is a member of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, author of Lost in Math: How Beauty Leads Physics Astray and most recently, Existential Physics: A Scientist’s Guide to Life’s Biggest Questions. She is also known for her world-renowned YouTube channel Science Without The Gobbledygook.

Sabine Hossenfelder is a theoretical physicist, author, musician, and science communicator who researches quantum gravity. She is a member of the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, author of Lost in Math: How Beauty Leads Physics Astray and most recently, Existential Physics: A Scientist’s Guide to Life’s Biggest Questions. She is also known for her world-renowned YouTube channel Science Without The Gobbledygook.

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Lost in the Matrix

Are we living in a computer simulation?

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Gravity and the universe

The mysteries of gravity

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New theories of the universe

Is it time to move past the standard model?

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The universe, fixity and flux

Exploring the laws of the universe

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The mystery of the multiverse

Should we abandon the multiverse theory?

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The strangeness of the universe

A weird and wonderful world

Brian Greene, Catherine Heymans, Sabine Hossenfelder, Michael Shermer, Eric Weinstein

The end of everything

Is a theory of everything just around the corner?

Sabine Hossenfelder

What are Breakthroughs in Science?

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Fantasy, faith, and physics

The hidden motivations of physicists

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The crisis of particle physics

The mystery of reality & physics' biggest problem

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Physicists need to learn from their mistakes

An interview with Sabine Hossenfelder

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What's wrong with physics

How can we regain its once great reputation?

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Our story of the universe

And how it really began

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Science needs philosophy

An interview with Sabine Hossenfelder