Carroll explores what our intuitive understanding of time is, and how physics in the form of relativity and thermodynamics offer a deeper understanding of how time's arrow arises. Beginning with the simple observation that eggs can be made into omelettes but omelettes can't easily be made into eggs, Carroll takes us on a scientific roller-coaster all the way to the multiverse.
Stop Using Thermodynamics
I really wish people would stop planting the laws of thermodynamics in their arguments as if they're an irrefutable line of defence. Thermodynamics is 19th century physics, we've moved on.
Why We Exist (Thermodynamically Speaking)
I've seen it come up several times recently. For some reason it seems that many people think that the second law of thermodynamics is a major problem for our existence.