From the Very Beginning: Big Bang Theory
10 Ways to See into the Future: The Big Crunch
Ever wonder if you can go backwards in time and start over? According to the Big Crunch Theory, you can repeat history-- in a couple billion years. Learn more on The Science Channel's "10 Ways to See Into the Future."
100 Greatest Discoveries: Astronomy
Scientists belive that the universe is not only expanding from the Big Bang, but also accelerating. Learn more about astronomy in this video from Discovery.
100 Greatest Discoveries: Burgess Shale Preservation
The Burgess Shale, located in the Canadian Rocky mountains, was created by an underwater mudflow. It has entombed organisms for hundreds of millions of years. Learn more in The Science Channel's series "100 Greatest Discoveries."
100 Greatest Discoveries: The Expanding Universe
In 1924, astronomer Edwin Hubble's studies led him to conclude that that the universe is constantly expanding. Learn more about the expanding universe on the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries.
Assignment Discovery: Destruction of the Universe
The theory of black holes has led scientists to question the origins and possible destruction of the universe. Learn more about black holes on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Assignment Discovery: Relativity and Big Bang Theory
On Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery," learn how Edwin Hubble's observations coupled with Einstein's theory of relativity have led to the Big Bang theory.
Black Holes: The Heart of Every Galaxy
Most astronomers believe that black holes are at the center of every galaxy. Learn the facts and examine the evidence for yourself in this video.
First Lights in the Universe
NASA scientists believe they have discovered the first light ever appearing in the universe. Big Bang theorists believe the first light shone 13.7 billion years ago and literally started space and time.
How the Universe Works: Big Bang Breakthrough
In 1929, Hubble discovered that galaxies were flying away from the earth at incredible speed.
Master of the Universe: Egghead in a Wheelchair
On The Science Channel's "Master of the Universe," meet world renowned physicist Stephen Hawking.
Master of the Universe: Gravity vs Other Forces
On The Science Channel's "Master of the Universe," learn how physicist Stephen Hawking has tried to explain the relationship of gravity and the other forces that emerged after the Big Bang.
Master of the Universe: Hawking Linking Theories
One of Stephen Hawking's greatest achievments is managing to link the theories of the big and the small. Learn more about Hawking on The Science Channel's "Master of the Universe."
Master of the Universe: Super Symmetry
The theory of Super Symmetry solved part of Hawking's problem with gravity, but he wasn't able to determine why it is so weak in comparison to the other forces of the universe. Learn more about gravity on The Science Channel's "Master of the Universe."
Master of the Universe: Super Symmetry Theory
In the instant of creation there was one single force called super symmetry. But as the universe expanded the force cracked and became unsymmetrical. Learn more about the super symmetry theory on The Science Channel's "Master of the Universe."
The Hawking Paradox: Black Holes
In this clip from the Science Channel's "The Hawking Paradox," Stephen Hawking becomes convinced that black holes hold the key to the origins of the universe.
Through the Wormhole: Dark Flow
Meet a NASA scientist who has come up with a theory that could revolutionize how we view our universe even more radically than changes spurred from the Big Bang theory.
Through the Wormhole: Inflation Theory
According to inflation theory, our universe doubled in size 100,000 times in just a fraction of a second right after the Big Bang. This could mean that an infinite number of universes exist, each with their own laws of physics.
Through the Wormhole: The God Experience
One neuroscientist believes our experiences with the divine can be induced by sending electromagnetic signals into the brain. Does this mean the divine is actually biological?
Understanding: Cosmic Radiation Background Noise
In 1965, a phone company picked up a radio signal that was emitted throughout space. These sounds, cosmic radiation background noise, are echoes of the creation of the universe. Learn more on TLC's "Understanding."
Understanding: Hubble's Law of the Expanding Universe
On TLC's "Understanding," learn how Edwin Hubble came up with Hubble's Law which concludes that the universe is constantly expanding.
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