College Professor Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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Dartmouth college professor Chandrasekhar Ramanathan has been tasked to explain the concept of quantum sensing to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert.
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PH
PH
I'm constantly amazed at how kids find solutions with the limited information they have - "We could build an xray that was only made for balls!"
False Logic
False Logic
I really wanted the expert part to play out like:
Kandice Scalf
Kandice Scalf
This guy is such a great teacher. I’ve obviously never had him in a class, but the way he explains things, especially at different levels is really nice. He doesn’t assume people “should know things” he asks them the general
Julilla
Julilla
This was so interesting. My personal understanding was at about the high school level, but the college student and the grad student had great questions that made me understand a bit better. The expert level was mostly over my head, but I could grasp it a little because of the preceding explanations. This was great!
Megg
Megg
Totally amazed. The kid didn’t feel denied or upset when she had the wrong answer and express her opinion with fearing that she might be wrong again.
BasicWirdo
BasicWirdo
This series is so great! It would be interesting to see this with humanistic fields
Manuel A. Sanchez-Palacios
Manuel A. Sanchez-Palacios
Amazing, that grad student really knows his stuff!
Samuel Lalruatdika
Samuel Lalruatdika
Didn't know level 1 was gonna be for me..😂
Aimili Fu
Aimili Fu
would love to see an episode with social sciences or humanities topics
Jamie Joy
Jamie Joy
What wonderful questions were posed by these students! Also, as always, excellent discussion with experts. Love this series. Thank you. More, please!
DS_the_RN
DS_the_RN
What a smart and out going child! ❤️❤️ I love her!
david coyne
david coyne
This prof. is the best yet! Well done.
Jason Caputo
Jason Caputo
An alternate title for this series is: “inspiring students at 5 levels ask amazing questions and offer incredible ideas, giving hope for our future.” Admittedly, a little long. Lol.
Mav Vynne
Mav Vynne
This kid gonna have a Quantum Break in her brain with this level of explanation 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Kat Pettit
Kat Pettit
Love the physics and science Levels conversations ☺️❤️
July📚
July📚
This actually shows us our selves in different aspects love it
flutterby
flutterby
My favorites are the child and teen in this series. Something about bright young minds just make me feel warm and squishy.
Henry Prestegaard
Henry Prestegaard
That’s my PI!… If you are a high school student and this stuff fascinates you, I highly recommend applying to Dartmouth. They have an amazing physics department with faculty working on cutting edge science that you can get into as an undergraduate.
Ginellia Amira
Ginellia Amira
I already said something similar on a previous video, but I really wonder how the kids get picked 🤣 Why are they so smart?
Craus254
Craus254
I wish I had this kind of physics teacher back in my school
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