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Tag Archives: Universe
Title says it all really. This is an extremely condensed brief timeline of the history of our universe and planet. Wonderful music by Lindsey Stirling, great visuals, and just a beautiful video. It also contains the most astounding fact that … Continue reading
“The Illustris simulation is the most ambitious computer simulation of our Universe yet performed. The calculation tracks the expansion of the universe, the gravitational pull of matter onto itself, the motion of cosmic gas, as well as the formation of … Continue reading
Wonderful reading of one of Isaac Asimov‘s most famous short stories, “The Last Question“. From wiki: “The story deals with the development of computers called Multivacs and their relationships with humanity through the courses of seven historic settings, beginning in 2061. In … Continue reading
Here is today. But how does today relate to the rest of time? By clicking through the various stages, you can see where today lies this month, this year, this century, this millennium, this epoch, this period, this era, and … Continue reading
Chris Hadfield and the Wexford Gleeks – Across the Universe. Yet another fantastic song by Chris Hadfield, along with the Wexford Gleeks. Onwards!
What are the current big questions in science? Over at The Guardian, they have collected together a list of the 20 big questions in science. Head over there to read about each one in more detail, but the 20 questions … Continue reading
COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey. Neil deGrasse Tyson updates and re-imagines the classic Carl Sagan programme for a new generation. It’s time to get going again. Onwards!
This is pretty interesting. How big can a person get? The answer sort of depends on how you define size. I won’t spoil the answer, as it’s well worth watching the whole thing. What I will say though, is this: … Continue reading
Melodysheep – Escaping Earth with Morgan Freeman. The one and only Morgan Freeman wants you to go to space. Who am I to argue? Onwards!