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    Cosmology, Physics Documentaries

    Cosmology, Physics Documentaries are FASCINATING. Some students might remember a boring Wonder Years type professor droning on in high school, but times have changed, the physics documentary has changed, and cosmology and physics documentaries are as cutting edge as a knife, but far more penetrating into what makes the world tick. Watch one physics or cosmology documentary and you will be hooked. Guaranteed.



    • Can We Make It to Mars?
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      Can We Make It to Mars?

      In 1961 JFK predicted that there would be a man on the moon before 1970. No one really believed him, but it happened (unless you believe that it did not! – well, then it still happened!). In 1970 it was predicted that America would put a man on Mars by 1980. Nobody thought that it
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    • TED Talk: Teenage-Women in Science
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      TED Talk: Teenage-Women in Science

      Meet Lauren, Shree, and Naomi: three leaders of tomorrow in the world of scientific research. In 2011, these three teenaged women won top prize for their respective age group in the first Google Science Fair. Making their accomplishment even more remarkable is that women swept the competition in all three categories.  In this special presentation
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    • Why Reading Matters
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      Why Reading Matters

      The science of reading is explored in this documentary and is expounded by writer Rita Carter. She cites how the activity helps our brain unlock its full potential and she also delves on the effects of digital revolution to how much men value reading today. The skill, which must be developed as a child, is
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    • Garrett Lisi’s Theory of Everything
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      Garrett Lisi’s Theory of Everything

      Garrett Lisi is a physicist who’s come up with a fascinating theory which gives us a pattern, or layout for sub-atomic particles (similar to the periodic table of elements). Time will tell if Lisi’s theory is correct as, like the periodic table when it was first derived, Lisi’s ‘table’ has gaps where there should be
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    • What is Nano?
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      What is Nano?

      In the last few decades, the word ‘nano’ has become a familiar part of the world’s vocabulary. It’s a word that we often hear in pop culture. It’s mentioned in some movies or TV show or we get to read about in the magazines. The ‘nano’ speaks of our future, one filled with possibilities. But
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    • Welcome to Mars
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      Welcome to Mars

      In 2004, Spirit, a rover sent by NASA to the planet Mars, was able to broadcast its first message aboard the planet next to Earth. Scientists everywhere were more than pleased with this feat and this documentary tells of the story behind this historical journey. After two weeks, the rover Opportunity set foot on Mars
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    • Bethany Cobb: In Galileo’s Footsteps (lecture)
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      Bethany Cobb: In Galileo’s Footsteps (lecture)

      In this galactic lecture, Bethany Cobb brings to life the story of the fascinating astronomy pioneer Edwin Hubble. She explains the significance surrounding his use of a 100-inch telescope at the Mount Wilson Observatory in California. Cobb describes Hubble’s resolution of the “Great Debate” over the scale of the universe 300 years after Galilieo’s great
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    • Marcus du Sautoy: Symmetry, reality’s riddle (lecture)
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      Marcus du Sautoy: Symmetry, reality’s riddle  (lecture)

      TED presents Marcus du Sautoy, Oxford’s newest science ambassador in this interesting lecture exploring the world of symmetry. From the spin of the subatomic particles to fainting beauty of an arabesque there is more to it than meets the eye. This lecture will offer viewers a brief glimpse into the world of the invisible numbers
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    • Mysteries of Deep Space: The Pulse of Alien Life
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      Mysteries of Deep Space: The Pulse of Alien Life

      This is part of a series of documentaries that explores the deepest mysteries of space. It is presented with the use of live-action sequences, as well as high quality and advanced computer animation. The images are also taken from the captures of the Hubble Space Telescope, providing viewers with an almost ideal, and perfectly stunning
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    • Mysteries of Deep Space: Mysterious Black Holes
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      Mysteries of Deep Space: Mysterious Black Holes

      This is part of a series of documentaries that explores the deepest mysteries of space. It is presented with the use of live-action sequences, as well as high quality and advanced computer animation. The images are also taken from the captures of the Hubble Space Telescope, providing viewers with an almost ideal, and perfectly stunning
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