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The history of the universe explained in 4 minutes | BBC Ideas

What are planets made of? How old is Planet Earth? Historian David Christian runs through 13.8 billion years of history and looks at the biggest challenge for the future of humanity... all in 4 minutes!
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It Takes Just Four Minutes To Explain The Entire UniverseReally Amazing Science!!!!!
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Last Day of the Dinosaurs
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Mankind: The Story of All of Us
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Lawrence Krauss explains the universe in less than 2 minutes

To celebrate the launch of his new book, The Greatest Story Ever Told…So Far, watch Lawrence Krauss tackle the big questions in less time than it takes to brew a cup of tea

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Size Of The Universe

What is the size of the Universe?. Travel from Earth to the edge of the universe in 2 minutes to find out!.

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Origins of the Universe 101 | National Geographic

How old is the universe, and how did it begin? Throughout history, countless myths and scientific theories have tried to explain the universe's origins. The most widely accepted explanation is the big bang theory. Learn about the explosion that started it all and how the universe grew from the size of an atom to encompass everything in existence today.
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The Universe in 5 Minutes

The other day at the super market I was freaking out because I couldn’t find active dry yeast so I could make pizza dough. When I asked a person who worked there about it, they told me they only sell it during the holiday season. Wow, are you serious – people need to make dough more than just a few months out of the year, right? It didn’t make sense. But there was no point in arguing about it. I mean no one in the store could do anything about it anyways. Then when I got home I watched a YouTube clip that starts with a girl sitting in a park and zooms out to our planet, our solar system, galaxy and then the universe and it’s like DAMN, we are small. And I’m over here tripping out about yeast. What the hell is wrong with me?

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First what is the universe exactly? Scientists define the universe as all of space and time and all the things in it including the physical laws that control them. Planets, energy, matter, basically everything you can think of – including your thoughts.

We have been studying the Universe since the dawn of mankind and have brought the stars we see at night down to Earth by naming them and creating stories behind them. But it hasn’t really been until recently that we have started to understand it more completely. Before the invention of the telescope the astronomer Copernicus figured out that we are not at the center of our solar system, but rather the sun is. Of course, like when anyone’s beliefs are challenged, this pissed off a lot of people and especially the Catholic Church. Then when the telescope was invented Galileo figured out that our sun is only one star in a sea of millions. Again this pissed off the status quo and he was forced by the church to withdraw his theory and was to remain under house arrest for the rest of his life. In the early 1900s an American man (Born in the USA Music) named Edwin Hubble discovered that the universe is actually expanding, meaning that at one point it was clumped together. This is known as the Big Bang Theory.

The theory states that at one point our Universe may have been no bigger than the size of an atom. The birth of our Universe is thought to have occurred 13.8 billion years ago – when in under a second of time our Universe exploded from the size of an atom to that of a grapefruit. In the next few fractions of a second the extremely hot Universe became populated by a bunch of electrons, protons, and neutrons. Over the next 300,000 years the Universe cooled down enough for those electrons, protons, and neutrons to form atoms of mostly hydrogen and helium. Then in the next billion years gravity pulled together those two elements into giant clouds that eventually become the first galaxies while smaller clumps of gases collapsed to create the first stars. From then until now stars died and spewed heavy elements into space creating new stars and planets.

So how big is the Universe? The answer to that question isn’t really known and might not ever be answered for a few reasons. First we don’t know the shape of the Universe – however scientists have agreed that it is either a sphere, flat, or curved – so pretty much all the possibilities are still possible. However, given the evidence most think it is flat. Sound familiar? Second it’s extremely possible that some parts of the Universe don’t even interact with us. For example the Universe may be expanding faster than light can travel, meaning that even if we are able to observe the entire Universe from Earth – the light coming from the newer parts of the Universe might not even be able to reach us for millions of years. And third the majority of the Universe is invisible – 95% of all mass and energy is dark matter or dark energy – stuff we can’t even see or detect.

There are some scientists such as Stephen Hawkings, that also believe our Universe is only one of many. This is called the Multi-verse Theory – which simply put is a theory that there are a vast array of potential universes outside of our own. There are different ideas about how they may exist – for example the Bubble Theory in which there may have been other Big Bang events which have created other Universes so far away from us that we can’t even understand how far away they actually could be. Another theory is the Multiverse from Repeating Universes Theory which states that if space and time are infinite, the arrangements of particles will repeat themselves an infinite number of times meaning that if you travel far enough you will be able to find another Earth and another you doing the exact same thing you are doing right now.

The History of the Universe in 10 Minutes

A brief history of the universe, from the big bang to the origin of mankind.

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From Big Bang to 2018 in 4 Minutes!

13.8 billion years ago, Big Bang explosion occurred and our universe was formed. About 380,000 years later very first atoms were formed.

About 4.6 billion years ago our sun was formed and 4.54 billion years ago our planet Earth was formed soon after Moon was born.

The Beginning of Everything -- The Big Bang

How did everything get started?

Has the universe a beginning or was it here since forever? Well, evidence suggests that there was indeed a starting point to this universe we are part of right now. But how can this be? How can something come from nothing? And what about time? We don't have all the answers yet so let's talk about what we know.

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The Size of the Universe in 4 min | How Big is it Compared to the Earth?

From a human perspective, the Earth is enormous. However, our planet pales in comparison to the scale of the universe, to a degree almost impossible to grasp. The size of the observable universe is about 3 novemdecillion times bigger than the size of the Earth.

But, really, how vast is the universe?
Let’s explore the limits of the cosmos...

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The Multidimensional universe explained scientifically in under 4 minutes

3-dimensional reality as we know it is only the outer skin of the multidimensional universe; accounting for approx 5% of the total mass of the universe. The other 95% is hidden within increasingly less dense inner dimensions that eventually take you to the centre, know in scientific terms as the zero point; the source of all things.

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The Known Universe by AMNH

The Known Universe takes viewers from the Himalayas through our atmosphere and the inky black of space to the afterglow of the Big Bang. Every star, planet, and quasar seen in the film is possible because of the world's most complete four-dimensional map of the universe, the Digital Universe Atlas that is maintained and updated by astrophysicists at the American Museum of Natural History. The new film, created by the Museum, is part of an exhibition, Visions of the Cosmos: From the Milky Ocean to an Evolving Universe, at the Rubin Museum of Art in Manhattan through May 2010.

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Manager, Digital Universe Atlas: Brian Abbott

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Universe Size Comparison 3D

Planets in our Universe can get extremely large, but stars get even bigger. In this video we explore the sizes of moons, planets, stars, and even beyond, including black holes and even galaxies.
Basically a comparison of the entire Universe.

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The entire evolution of the universe in under 3 minutes

Over 13 billion years ago, the entire universe was contained in a singularity tinier than a proton. So how did we get from there to here? Here's the abbreviated version of what we know (so far) about the story of everything.


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13.8 billion years ago, Big Bang explosion occurred and our universe was formed. 380,000 years later very first atoms appeared.

4.6 billion years ago, our sun was formed. 100 million years later our planet earth was formed and soon after moon was formed. 440 million years ago, very first land plants appeared and soon after life moved from ocean to land.

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The history of our world in 18 minutes | David Christian

Backed by stunning illustrations, David Christian narrates a complete history of the universe, from the Big Bang to the Internet, in a riveting 18 minutes. This is Big History: an enlightening, wide-angle look at complexity, life and humanity, set against our slim share of the cosmic timeline.

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