The Universe is Not Random

When the best scientists today – – from the physicists, scientists and the astronomers to the leading neuroscientists — all speak things that already came out of the Buddha‘s mouth 2,500 years ago, you know you’re onto something pretty good.

Lex Fridman of MIT speaks with Stephen Wolfram, a computer scientist, mathematician, and theoretical physicist, on the question “Is the universe random?” Um, “dependent origination”, anyone?

If you have just less than five minutes today to spend on something edifying, here’s your shot:

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