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    • Transhumanism

    • Robots, Cyborgs and Artificial Intelligence
    • De : Kevin Warwick, Noel Sharky
    • Lu par : Nick Margerrison, Kevin Warwick, Noel Sharky
    • Durée : 48 min
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    Transhumanism is a global intellectual movement supporting the use of science and technology in order to improve human health, well-being, and mental capacities. Many in the Transhumanism movement believe that disability, disease, and even aging are all aspects of the human condition that we shall be able to overcome in the future. Using the very latest technologies, including biotechnology, advocates claim that every ailment and frailty will one day be a thing of the past.

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    • God's Super Collider

    • De : Simon Oliver
    • Lu par : Simon Oliver
    • Durée : 1 h
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     Do you believe in God? Even if you're an atheist, the eternal questions remain. These questions and many more have fascinated mankind since the dawn of time. And eventually, science became the new doctrine. To many, science eradicated the need for God to answer all the questions we could not answer. The problem is that science has not yet answered all of the questions. Many believe it never will. But today, the sub-atomic world is the forefront of science, and we now know that all matter is ultimately composed of light which begs the question of what answers are on the horizon. 

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    • Earth: Population Overload

    • De : OH Krill
    • Lu par : Simon Templar
    • Durée : 1 h et 5 min
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    The human population is growing at an alarming rate that cannot be sustained by current systems. The world has seen a 200 percent increase in the population rate from 1950 to the present day, putting humanity on the verge of self-destruction for all life on Earth. We are running out of fossil fuels, food supplies, and space while seeking to create more and more power to energize our modern world. The prognosis is bleak unless we find a way to create power and harness alternative energy to keep up with our current unsustainable demand.

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    • Robot Planet

    • De : Philip Gardiner
    • Lu par : Razor Keeves, Dickson Grey
    • Durée : 1 h et 6 min
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    For decades, science-fiction writers have amazed us and terrorized us with their portrayal of the world of artificial intelligence - from armies of cyborgs to legions of programmed zombies. Today, we are now living in that future age of robots and artificial intelligence and all those dreams of the past are coming true. Mechanical robots will soon be outdated with biologically created humanoids connected to each other across the globe. They will self-repair, gather energy from the sun, and live forever. They will be all-knowing and all-powerful like Gods that will walk the Earth. 

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    • Star Talk Radio: Travels in Time

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 53 min
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    Time marches on except in astrophysics. Einstein taught us that time is a coordinate in space, and it's all relative. Learn about the weird physics of our universe that could make time travel possible. Standing in for Lynne Koplitz this week is J. Richard Gott, author of Time Travel in Einstein's Universe.

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    • Star Talk Radio: What's Exploration Worth

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 52 min
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    What price do we put on knowledge? How does it profit a man if he learns about the universe, but goes to bed hungry? When the economy takes a downturn, should we still go up into space? NASA missions aren't cheap - sending astronauts into low Earth orbit or to the Moon, sending robotic spacecraft to explore the planets, and launching telescopes into space can cost millions or even billions of dollars. Lou Friedman, director of the Planetary Society, argues that even when the dollar is dear, the quest to explore our universe is priceless.

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    • Star Talk Radio: The Search for Aliens

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 53 min
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    Scientists have been searching for aliens in our solar system and beyond, but have not yet found evidence that life exists beyond Earth. SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, has been scanning the stars for alien radio beacons for 50 years. Radio and TV broadcasts have been leaking from Earth's atmosphere for over a century, and these traveling time capsules could eventually reach a broader audience than ever imagined.

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    • Star Talk Radio: A Universe of Inspiration

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 53 min
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    Geometry, physics, and the other sciences describe the world we live in, and artists often play with these properties in their own imaginative investigations. From the drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci to high-tech computer graphics, Neil and Lynne paint a picture of how science has inspired art through the ages.

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    • Star Talk Radio: Would You be a Space Tourist?

    • With Special Guest Bill Nye
    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 38 min
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    Richard Branson has formed Virgin Galactic and is now taking reservations aboard the maiden voyage of SpaceShipOne. Would you spend the estimated $200,000 for a 45-minute trip into space? Neil and Lynne also discuss the mechanics of sex in space.

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    • Star Talk Radio: Telescopes That Rocked Our World

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 56 min
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    This year marks the 400th anniversary of Galileo's use of the first telescope. On this week's show, we reflect on how telescopes have changed our perception of our place in the universe, how small we are in size, space, and time. Our guests include Dava Sobel, author of The Planets, Vatican Astronomer Father Chris Corbally, and astronaut Paul Richards. We also discuss how they help astronomers discover new and interesting aspects of the universe, from Earth-like planets to supernova, from black holes to the Big Bang.

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    • Star Talk Radio: Exciting Times for Science

    • With Special Guest Stephen Colbert
    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 53 min
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    Special guest Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central's Colbert Report talks about the joys of being a science geek. Brilliant scientific discoveries and cutting edge technology have transformed our world, yet many people are turned off by science. Where has the excitement for science gone, and how can we get it back? Stephen Colbert developed an interest in science at a young age, and now he shares that fascination by inviting scientists to appear on his show The Colbert Report.

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    • Star Talk Radio: Cosmic Quackery

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 52 min
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    Mark Twain said, "Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please." Pseudoscience adherents to this adage, but are their distortions deliberate, the result of scientific ignorance, or due to a deep desire for extraordinary possibilities? In our quest to understand the universe, how can we be sure our conclusions are correct? Human beings have evolved to find meaningful patterns in nature, but sometimes the patterns we see are just figments of our imagination - or perhaps the result of wishful thinking.

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    • Star Talk Radio: Summer Skies

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 53 min
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    Starry starry nights, stormy and sun-filled days. Long summer days of picnics and ballgames are played out under a vast and gorgeous canvas of astronomical and meteorological curiosities. From the stories of the stars told by the ancients, to a recent mammatus cloud over CitiField in New York, learn about the phenomena in the summer skies that keep us looking up.

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    • Star Talk Radio: What's So Funny About Space

    • With Special Guest Joan Rivers
    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 53 min
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    What's so funny about space and science? Our season finale features the incomparable comedian Joan Rivers. In this episode, she provides color commentary for a Red Carpet parade of previous show topics, including space tourism, the anniversary of Apollo 11, and the search for alien life (both in space and in Hollywood).

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    • Star Talk Radio: The Science of Star Trek

    • With Special Guest Lawrence Krauss
    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 53 min
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    The Star Trek TV and movie series imagine a bright future for humans in space, one in which we explore alien worlds with the aid of advanced technology. Because the writers tried to include as much realistic science as possible within the fictional framework, the stories have been an inspiration for students, scientists, inventors, and anyone interested in pondering our destiny on Earth and beyond.

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    • Star Talk Radio: Space Spin-Offs

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 53 min
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    Space is now big business. Technology originally developed for the space program sometimes ends up in products for use on Earth, often in surprising ways. The 40,000 certified "Space Products" range from mattresses to medical devices, and have turned space into a multi-billion-dollar industry. Inspired by our excursions into the Final Frontier, entrepreneurs and inventors are turning stardust into gold.

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    • Star Talk Radio: The Anniversary of Apollo 11

    • De : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Lu par : Neil deGrasse Tyson
    • Durée : 57 min
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    Terence T. "Tom" Henricks former NASA astronaut. A commander of two Space Shuttle missions and pilot of two others, Henricks became the first person to log over 1,000 hours as a Space Shuttle pilot/commander. His four space shuttle missions were STS-44, STS-55, STS-70, and STS-78.

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    • Car Talk Science: MIT Wants Its Diplomas Back

    • De : Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi
    • Lu par : Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi
    • Durée : 1 h et 1 min
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    Presented together for the first time, here are all-time favorite Car Talk calls that run happily off road, veering into the amazing world of science, where Tom and Ray actually wield some authority. MIT may want its diplomas back, but the world's most knowledgeable garage scientists are undeterred in seeking greater knowledge - and laughter.

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    • Youth of Lomonosov [Russian Edition]

    • De : Magdalina Sizova
    • Lu par : Igor Kvasha, Zinaida Bokareva, Victor Khokhryakov, and others
    • Durée : 55 min
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    Spektakl' posvjashhen Mihailu Vasil'evichu Lomonosovu (1711-1765), pervomu rossijskomu uchenomu-estestvoispytatelju mirovogo znachenija, jenciklopedistu, prosvetitelju, nauchnye otkrytija kotorogo obogatili mnogie otrasli znanij. V devjatnadcat' let syn pomora Mihajlo Lomonosov ushel iz doma uchit'sja v Moskvu i v 1731 godu talantlivogo junoshu prinjali v Slavjano-greko-latinskuju akademiju.

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    • Aliens and UFOs

    • Dark Secrets of Mars
    • De : Jason Martell
    • Lu par : Jason Martell
    • Durée : 1 h et 14 min
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    Many have claimed that the face on Mars is a hoax, yet there are many indicators that Mars was once populated by a highly intelligent extraterrestrial race. Researchers propose that a city consisting of very large pyramids and mounds, arranged in a geometric pattern, once existed on the Cydonia Planitia. Recent video images from landers and orbiters strongly suggest that there are structures on the surface that clearly resemble structures humans have built on Earth.

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