This video is hosted on the YouTube video platform. Therefore, playing this video requires embedding the YouTube video player by YouTube LLC, USA which belongs to Google LLC, USA. By accepting, you agree that we embed their video player, which is able to set third-party cookies, including those used for advertisement and tracking, and may transfer your browser information and IP address to Google servers. For more information, see Google's privacy policy.

Sumando más allá del infinito (PRECAUCIÓN: Mates en el camino)

En este episodio tomamos un descanso de la física y hacemos un poco de matemáticas. Pero realmente no: ¡esto sí es relevante para la física! Y aquí lo explico: ¡Apóyanos en Patreon! | Suscríbete a MinutoDeFísica - ¡Es GRATIS! - MinutoDeFísica está en Facebook: Y en Twitter: MinutoDeFísica proporciona una visión energética y entretenida para los viejos y nuevos problemas de la física -- ¡En sólo unos pocos minutos! Video anterior: El sonido del hidrógeno Este video es una traducción de "Adding Past Infinity (WARNING: Math Ahead)" MinutoDeFísica es MinutePhysics en Español Creado por Henry Reich - Traducido por Ever Salazar - Música por Nathaniel Schroeder -

LicenseDefault YouTube License

More videos by this producer

Physics Explained in Ten Seconds (Announcement)

I'm going to make a 10-second physics explanation video every day for the next month. The rules: 1) physics explaining part must be no more than 10 seconds 2) the entire video (titles, ending etc) must be no more than 20 secondsn3) there must be a bonus fact in each videonnMinutePhysics is on Google

Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin explained in ten seconds

BONUS FACT: If we lived on Saturn's moon Titan, we probably would have used the freezing and boiling points of methane for our "100 step" (centigrade) scale.nnMinutePhysics is on Google+ - nAnd facebook - twitter - @minutephysicsnnMinute Phy