How the Universe Works

How the Universe Works

DVD - 2011
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See as never before the inner workings of the world, and explore black holes, supernovae, neutron stars, dark energy, and all the titanic forces that make humans what they are.
Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : Discovery Channel, 2011
ISBN: 9780766253797
Branch Call Number: 523.1 HOW 2011
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (344 min.) : sd., col., 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Rowe, Mike
Discovery Channel (Firm)


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Aug 22, 2014

Wonderful series, entertaining and very educational at the same time. Don't miss it!

Dec 09, 2012

Excellent series. Loses half a star because some of the content repeats itself (since I guess they were originally meant to be shown one at a time on TV), and because there's a little too much Hollywood disaster-drama, like what would happen if Earth encountered a black hole. But the content is thorough, fascinating (addictive - who'd've thought you'd find it hard to turn off a documentary?) and mostly well-paced, and the production is excellent, with gorgeous images and spectacular animations that are genuinely informative, not just for show. This is the kind of series that could only have been made, and this content explained so well, now that computer animations have advanced this far.

JSkura Nov 12, 2012

Awesome!!! A must see. Highly recommended to everyone to watch. It makes a great foundation for learning any science. I loved it so much that I am thinking of buying it.

Stinka Feb 12, 2012

I recommend it to everyone. The graphics are pretty good and I assure you that you will want to absorb all the information at once. I will definitely watch it again.

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