The Big Question
The Big Question is a five-part science documentary series attempting to find scientific answers to the big questions that face us: how did the Universe begin, how did life begin, why are we here, why am I me, and how will it all end? Each around 25-minute episode deals with one of the questions above. And each episode is hosted by a different famous scientist: Stephen Hawking, Harry Kroto, Richard Dawkins, Susan Greenfield, and Ian Stewart.
|Episode 1 - How Did the Universe Begin?|
Episode 1 - How Did the Universe Begin?
The famous physicist Stephen Hawking looks at the evidence that supports the Big Bang theory and tries to find an answer to the question: How did the Universe begin?
Episode 2 - How Did Life Begin?
The English chemist Harry Kroto looks at the recent scientific research on the origin of life and attempts to answer one of world's most puzzling question: how did life on earth come to be?
Episode 3 - Why Are We Here?
The British biologist Richard Dawkins tries to find an scientific answer to one of the biggest questions of humanity: Why are we here and where do we come from?
Episode 4 - Why Am I Me?
The British scientist Susan Greenfield explains how the brains generate a mind that is individual to each of us.
Episode 5 - How Will The World End?
Ian Stewart who is a professor of mathematics at the University of Warwick, UK takes a glance at the scientific findings about the fate of our planet.
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