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“In a parallel universe you and I are for each other forever!”
― Avijeet Das
The universe that exists is something that defies everything that we have ever being taught, we are constantly learning about black holes that push beyond the boundaries of space and time. We live in a universe which is devised of a mass of planets, that goes far beyond even the grains of sands on earth. WE are now just coming to a little understanding of whats actually happening in this existence.
We are learning that there is more and more vastness of study and understanding to learn about, but while we have technology far beyond that of the human physical capabilities, we are at an endless point of possibility.
Today Dan meets a guest who is on the hunt for the truth, and to discover if we ourselves are living in a parallel universe.
WHAT WENT DOWN
Black Holes and The Power It Holds
What The Image Of The Black Hole Really Means
The Creation Of The Universe
The Excitement through the Internet
What we actually know
How did the big bang start?
How Big The Universe Is?
Looking back in time.
The Parallel Universe
Measuring The Unvierse
The History Of The Unvierse
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MEET RICHARD BOWER
Prof Richard Bower is Professor of Cosmology at Durham University. his main area of interest is the formation and evolution of the universe. Today, he is Professor of Cosmology at Durham University. He works at the ICC, the Institute for Computational Cosmology, creating a virtual Universe with some of the world’s largest computers. This is clearly an almost impossible task, yet recently his simulations have taken a major step forward and are able to reproduce galaxies in the observed universe in remarkable detail. Professor Bower’s interests span observational and theoretical studies of galaxy formation. After graduating with a First in Physics at Oxford, he completed his PhD thesis at the University of Durham and went on hold research positions in Munich and Edinburgh before returning to Durham as a lecturer. As well as teaching courses on Cosmology and Computing, he has lectured on topics as diverse as the Physics of Motorsport and, now, on Robert Grosseteste’s 13th century vision of the creation of the Universe, “De Luce”. Professor Bower leads the Intel Parallel Computing Centre at Durham, developing SWIFT, a revolutionary new approach to high-performance computing.
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