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Through the wormhole
John Barnes - 23-6-2011 at 17:58

Does any one watch this science show on Sunday nights it can quite numb your mind it is so deep it ranges from the furthest reaches of the universe and quantum physics down to the inner working of conciousness, after watching it it leaves me totally bewildered about the scientific basic laws of the Universe and how they break down at quantum level and and also at macro level like in an black hole
Morgan Freeman is the narrator it is addictive to watch.jmb
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giron - 23-6-2011 at 18:25

What channel is it on ?


John Barnes - 23-6-2011 at 21:45

I think its on sky science
check this out it will elucidate more of the programme
http://science.discovery.com/tv/through-the-wormhole/
journeys through time life after death the edge of the universe
parallel universes super membranes universes it got the lot. jmb


LSemmens - 24-6-2011 at 00:38

Sounds interesting, must look out for it.


scholar - 24-6-2011 at 14:38

This is the kind of show I enjoy.

Sometimes the evidence for some of the theories is pretty thin. With respect to astronomical physics, we don't have the kind of access to the subjects of investigation which would allow us to disprove false lines of thought, as we would with physical chemistry on earth.

It is interesting to consider the possibilities.:)


Faolan - 24-6-2011 at 18:32

Aye it's a great series, but it does leave you rather uneasy about how much we don't know about our universe and that it's based on Chaos more than Order.

Take some of it with a pinch of salt but it's still fascinating, some of the theories are probably out of date now.