The Cosmos

July 15, 2007
(was 11.26.2006)

Electrons to Enlightenment

Part Two

 

How did the universe begin? Science says it all started with the Big Bang, an unimaginable explosion some 15 billion years. Religion sees the mysterious hand of God. Is there room in the cosmos for both? In this hour of To the Best of Our Knowledge we'll explore the issue in part two of "Electrons to Enlightenment: A Special Series on Science & Religion."

  1. Joel Primack and Nancy Abrams on a New Cosmology

    Physicist Joel Primack and Nancy Abrams tell Steve Paulson how humanity has moved back into the center of our myth-making.

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  2. Don Gurnett on The Sound of Space

    Don Gurnett has been working with NASA, recording audio from space for years. He plays some of his favorite space sounds for Jim Fleming and explains where they come from.

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  3. Thebe Medupe on Cosmic Africa

    Thebe Medupe is an astrophysicist and producer of the documentary film "Cosmic Africa." He tells Anne Strainchamps about spending time with the Kalahari Bushmen...

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  4. Daniel Matt on God & The Big Bang

    Daniel Matt tells Steve Paulson that the Big Bang Theory is science's creation myth...

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  5. Michio Kaku on Religion & The Superstring

    Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku thinks that nature is God's greatest creation.

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