A History of the Universe in Sound
´╗┐Honor Harger

Honor Harger introduces how the age of radio astronomy began starting from Alexander Gaam Bell's telephone up to the discovery of the Big Bang's left-over microwave radiation recoded by Penzias and Wilson.

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´╗┐Honor Harger: A History of the Universe in Sound

May 1, 2011 (about 6 years ago)

Honor Harger introduces how the age of radio astronomy began starting from Alexander Gaam Bell's telephone up to the discovery of the Big Bang's left-over microwave radiation recoded by Penzias and Wilson.

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Source: TED

Miles Quaritch: Col. Miles Quaritch's Briefing on Pandora Rules

December 18, 2009 (over 7 years ago)

Colonel Miles Quaritch of the Private Security Force of RDA gallantly briefs the new men who arrived in Pandora in a not-so-optimistic manner.

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Janna Levin: The Sound the Universe Makes

March 1, 2011 (over 6 years ago)

Janna Levin discusses the nature of blackholes and the feasibility of hearing the universe and these blackholes in the future.

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Carter Emmart: Demo: 3D Atlas of the Universe

February 1, 2010 (over 7 years ago)

Carter Emmart demos a software that comprises all plotted positions of heavenly bodies in a real-time arragement that allows the users not just to gain more information on astrology but also to gain realization of humanity's measure and breadth in the context of the whole universe.

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David Christian: Big History

March 1, 2011 (over 6 years ago)

David Christian explains the creation of the universe through simple scientific terms in order to help us understand that despite the complexity of our habitat, there exists a law that governs all existence.

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David Deutsch: Our Place in the Cosmos

July 1, 2005 (about 12 years ago)

The resemblance of the human brain and knowledge and the being of quasars in mathematical sense is explained and vividly illustrated by David Deutsch.

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Andrea Ghez: The Hunt for a Supermassive Black Hole

July 1, 2009 (about 8 years ago)

Andrea Ghez gives scientific evidence on the assumption of the existence of supermassive black holes.

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Martin Rees: Is This our Final Century?

July 2, 2005 (about 12 years ago)

Martin Rees talks about how science has encompassed the big, the unknown and even the finite time of our planet.

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Roy Gould: Preview the WorldWide Telescope

February 1, 2008 (over 9 years ago)

Roy Gould introducess a new way of learning and appreciating our place in the entire universe through the use of Microsoft's WorldWide Telescope.

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Penelope Boston: Life on Mars

February 1, 2006 (over 11 years ago)

The career that I started early on in my life was looking for exotic life forms in exotic places, and at that time I was working in the Antarctic and the Arctic, and high deserts and low deserts. Until about a dozen years ago, when I was really captured by caves, and I really re-focused most of m...

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