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Desc:Potholer54 explains the big bang, evolution, and everything in-between.
Category:Educational, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Evolution, creationism, Big Bang, potholer54, arm yourscelf with knowledge
Submitted:Anonymous
Date:02/15/09
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Comment count is 11
NoCode
Interesting stuff! Also, good use of the Accidents & Explosions tag.
ProfessorChaos
part 2 is also worth a gander, if you are like me and have no background in general astronomy.
dancingshadow
The universe is rad.


Also, I got an ad for The Hugo Chavez Show.
dancingshadow
Altho, this does not attempt to explain our origin, and the description should read, "Humanity learns the basics of light."

Camonk
As rad as our universe is, all the ways we come up with to understand it are even radder.

Udderdude
Why does the preview image look like some guy's exploding head from the main page?
StanleyPain
This whole series is brilliant. It's amazing it was made by some guy with shitty editing software and being pissed off about the YouTube creationist brigade. He's now compiled it into a DVD (with a few modifications to remove outright criticism of religion and creationism) for use for free in schools.
pastorofmuppets
Well he is an extremely sharp journalist. The editing is not really what matters....it's that his explanations are clear and he has that oh-so-enjoyable teaspoon of snark.

Keefu
The scientific community needs so many more like potholer54.
pastorofmuppets
They do. It's sort of sad how guys like Sagan and even Gould got a lot of shit in their respective field for writing for the general populace as opposed to other scientists. Perhaps if that didn't happen, more people would step up to the plate.

OTOH, I think most of the problem is that, as good as you can be, if you're talking about science most people are just going to say tl;dr.

thebaronsdoctor
This man really needs the backing of a major TV network.
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