A stimulating series, Universe joins cosmologists on the threshold of new discoveries that could unlock the mysteries of our origin and point towards our destiny.
A total of four episodes are included:
• The Big Bang
• Alien Life
...all on DVD for the first time. In these four episodes we take an incredible journey through time and space using computer generated graphics and breathtaking imagery from the Hubble space telescope.
For any science lover or highschool kid wanting to get an edge on their science course, this would be a really good title to watch and study. Narrated by William Hurt this series of documentaries is full of stunning stuff. Introducing information and concepts theorised by some big brains including some of my favourites, such as Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein, this expands and enhances the information by dumbing it down so that even a kid can grasp at least the basic concepts. The sheer scope of the information boggles the mind, the more you think of it, the bigger the concept becomes. With documentaries covering the Big Bang, Stars, Planets and finally Alien Life, there is more than enough here to give any intelligent person plenty to think about. Well over 3 hours worth in fact. At less than $30 this is great value for money, and a lot better for the brain than most titles on the shelves these days. If you have a brain and enjoy giving it something to chew on, then you should go out and buy this one.
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