I've been recently watching a lot of science documentaries, mostly about astronomy. It's good to have some visualizations when describing subjects that my small brains are having problems to understand (such as quantum mechanics).
Here are some documentaries I'd like to recommend. Please post in this thread if you know there's something else worth watching.
Everything and Nothing - two-part BBC documentary that asks two principle questions, what is everything and what is nothing? Very interesting. Gets more challenging in the 2nd part where quantum mechanics is explained.
Wonders of the Universe - Brand new four-part BBC documentary hosted by Brian Cox. Very entertaining and visually amazing.
Horizon: What Happened Before the Big Bang? - Another BBC production. Different mindboggling theories about the Big Bang and what was before that. _________________ faroutmusic.net | soundcloud.com/dreamtime-music | faroutmusic.bandcamp.com
Through the Wormhole is a pretty good science series hosted by Morgan Freeman. Currently two seasons have been aired. Every episode focuses on one scientific dilemma such as Is Time Travel Possible?, Is There a Sixth Sense? or What Do Aliens Look Like? _________________ faroutmusic.net | soundcloud.com/dreamtime-music | faroutmusic.bandcamp.com
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