Stuff That's Real (That You Didn't Know Was Real) But Also Is Cool
Physics is So Classical // Other Cities Hate Macchu Picchu for this!
May 18, 2022
According to a physicist, the entire universe may be one giant neural network. National Geographic claims there are many secrets about Machu Picchu that have yet to be discovered. For example, there may be a secret city hidden beneath the surface. According to a new study, the universe may be one giant neural network. This theory was proposed by a group of physicists who believe that the universe is made up of tiny particles that are constantly interacting with each other. This interaction is what allows the universe to store information and learn from it. The study also found that the universe is constantly growing and expanding, which is another sign that it is a living, breathing entity. ### - - -
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From the Fermi paradox and the future of technology to the secrets of the ancient world and the secret world of spies, Stuff That's Real reveals the most fascinating (and 100% true) stories of history, science, and the natural world. Combining these ideas in believable, fun ways is the secret to developing a great thriller plot, and that's what this show is about. If you're a thriller author (or want to be), this is a can't-miss show. 

The show will uncover the most remarkable people and places, and the most incredible events, and weave them together in an interesting, fact-based thread useful for thriller writers to generate plot ideas. See how it's done, from two full-time, award-winning thriller authors. 

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