Professor Brian Keating
3 min readApr 29, 2024

Q and A incoming!

It took 3 years, 300 episodes, and 500 videos to hit the hundred thousand mark, but just 13 months and 100 episodes later, it more than doubled and gathered nearly 40 million views and millions of hours watched along the way.

That’s many human lifetimes! The growth is staggering, and I owe it all to you.

The INTO THE IMPOSSIBLE Podcast began as a side project during lockdown when I realized my fellow scientists, intellectuals, and authors could not go on book tours. I wanted to give back to them and to you, and this is still a labor of love, one day a week.

I wanted to share the world’s most brilliant thinkers to create a free university you could attend in your pajamas.

As our subscriber base grows, that’s a testament to your value to our community. Your engagement and feedback are crucial to our growth, and I want to assure you that your voices are always heard and respected. There isn’t another podcast like The INTO THE IMPOSSIBLE Podcast that values, solicits, and encourages feedback from the audience and the guests!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who has supported me and the pod. Your shares, likes, guest questions, and comments are not just numbers, they are the essence of our community. Your contributions mean the world to me. Together, we will turn the Impossible into the INEVITABLE!

Please reply to this email with a comment or question and I’ll reply to you in my upcoming 250K Q and A with B.K.!

Have a MAGIC Week!



I was on the TRIGGERnometry podcast to discuss whether we’re alone in the universe, and why we’re enamored with possibility of alien lifeforms that transcend our limitations of time, space and existence.

Watch it here!


I had some fun with the “look between the H and L keys on your keyboard” meme on Twitter


USS Midway Museum is in the background of this picture — a must see if you come to San Diego!


The multiverse has captured the imagination of scientists and thinkers for centuries, sparking debates in physics, philosophy, and beyond.

But is it a valid scientific theory or just science fiction?

I’ve had the pleasure of exploring this issue with the leading expert in this field, physicist and author Paul Halpern. Halpern is a professor of physics at Saint Joseph’s University and the author of eighteen popular science books, including Flashes of Creation, The Quantum Labyrinth, Einstein’s Dice, Schrodinger’s Cat, and Synchronicity. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and is a Fellow of the American Physical Society.

Halpern recently published The Allure of the Multiverse: Extra Dimensions, Other Worlds, and Parallel Universes, which tells the epic story of how science became besotted with the multiverse and the controversies that ensued. Today, we’re going to dive headfirst into this fascinating investigation!

Click here to watch now!



Professor Brian Keating

Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor at UC San Diego. Host of The INTO THE IMPOSSIBLE Podcast Authored: Losing the Nobel Prize & Think like a Nobel Prize Winner