Tag Archives: Universe

Symphony Of Science – Waves Of Light

Symphony of Science – Waves of Light. It’s been two years since the last Symphony of Science tune, but Melodysheep once again creates a fantastic piece. As usual, the science is great, the symphony is great, and the video is … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday #12

After last week’s down-to-Earth living in Brighton special Throwback Thursday, this week we take the stars. I can’t remember where I got the above image from (probably Twitter), but it’s awesome. Around our planet, we have one moon (you may … Continue reading

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Sean Carroll – The Meaning Of Life

“The world keeps happening in accordance with its rules; it’s up to us to make sense of it and give it value. Sean Carroll” (Vimeo) An interesting and enlightening talk by Sean Carroll about the meaning of life, religion, and science, … Continue reading

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A Brief Timeline Of Everything

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

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Illustris Simulation

“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

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Isaac Asimov – The Last Question

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

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Here Is Today

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

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