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End 2014 with a big… bang

Yep, some guys know what fun means and thus they blew up a broken truck in an area where nobody is allowed to go into: an explosives test area. They simply rigged a truck with explosives and then filmed it form a host of different angles. Fun to watch, but scary to see.

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The Big Bang Theory as told by scientists at Fermilab

Don Lincoln, from Fermilab, a real scientist, as opposed to the characters from The Big Bang Theory, explains what the Big Bang theory actually is and why it has been proven until now. There are three points that lead to a conclusion that the Universe started as a given time and in a given place: […]

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Misconceptions about the Universe? Well, learn that it is expanding at more than the speed of light

The Universe is expanding at more than the speed of light. In the near vicinity of us, up to 1 megaparsec, the space is expanding with about 70km/s, but at 2 megaparsecs, at 140km/s and so on. After a certain distance, the space is expanding as a rate faster than the speed of light. The […]

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Science and religion: Big Bang Singularity is, in fact, an everywhere stretch

Science and religion are more interconnected than we thought: Georges LemaĆ®tre, a Belgian priest and physicist, was the father of the Big Bang theory and of the expansion of the Universe. His belief that the Universe had a beginning led to the idea that there must have been a birth place for the Universe. Oddly […]

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Stephen Hawking: conquer the Universe or die!

Well, he didn’t say it like that, but after you see the video form above you will sense that there is his answer heading. Answer to what? To the question: what is our future? Stephen Hawking given some brief answers to questions like How did the Universe begin? or How did life sprung up? or […]

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The picture of the oldest light in the Universe [video]

The oldest light cannot be seen with the naked eye because it is in the microwave band. It is also called Cosmic Background Radiation because it can be found everywhere and, during the 13 billion years of travelling around its frequency shifted from the light we can see to microwave. The Cosmic Background Radiation shows […]

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