Human Clones

Geneticist Robert Lanza brings extinct animals back to life, and says the technology exists to bring back dead humans. But will society ever permit human cloning?

Human Clones

Human Clones
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Geneticist Robert Lanza brings extinct animals back to life, and says the technology exists to bring back dead humans. But will society ever permit human cloning?

Could We Go Back In Time?

Could We Go Back In Time?
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Closed timelight curves, exotic arrangements of matter overlapping back upon themselves, suggest it might be possible to go back in time. Professor Todd Brunn studies this theory, but believes we cannot change events.

Could the Future Affect What’s Happening Now?

Could the Future Affect What’s Happening Now?
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Experiments with subatomic particles show the future position of the particle limits where it can be in the present. Professor Paul Davies thinks may also be happening at the level of our everyday reality.

Imagine Our Universe As A Chocolate Factory

Imagine Our Universe As A Chocolate Factory
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Professor Paul Davies uses a chocolate factory production line to illustrate how the future limits what can be in the present.

Is There a Universal "Now?"

Is There a Universal "Now?"
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Some theorize we each have an individual slice of the present and our brains trick us into believing it is the same for all. Does our brain trick us into only seeing time in one direction, and could we change that view?

Are We All Bigots?

Are We All Bigots?
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Is There a Superior Race?

Is There a Superior Race?
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When getting water at a segregated fountain, young Morgan begins to reflect on the subject of race. Is one really superior?

Can We Eliminate Evil?

Can We Eliminate Evil?
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Morgan reflects on his youth, facing a stereotype and standing up to a bully.

Brain Workings of Competition

Brain Workings of Competition
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Researchers have found that the feeling of joy at our rival's failure is something that our brains learn to crave.

Stereotypes

Stereotypes
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Stereotypes affect everyones behavior; Josh Correll illustrates how little snippets of information can lead us to our behavior.

Sharing Experiment

Sharing Experiment
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An experiement shows when one person in a group starts to “take” instead of “give,” gradually most of the group will resort to taking for themselves as well. Are we influenced by our surroundings?

Overriding Our Better Judgement

Overriding Our Better Judgement
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No matter how arbitrarily a group is formed, we automatically find ourselves aligned with that group, putting it's needs before our own.

The Puzzle of Racism

The Puzzle of Racism
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Researcher Josh Correll explains what led him to focus on rascism, and ithe importance of understanding it.

Through the Wormhole Season 6

Through the Wormhole Season 6
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An all-new season of Through the Wormhole is back April 29 at 10p, with a new look and questions that are more provocative than ever.

When Did Time Begin?

When Did Time Begin?
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Some believe time and space are one thing, and the Big Bang started the cosmic clock. But what if time itself is an illusion?

Morgan Freeman Is Excited By Physics

Morgan Freeman Is Excited By Physics
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Morgan Freeman and 'Through the Wormhole' producers share why you should stay curious about science and question everything.

Did Time Begin During the Big Bang?

Did Time Begin During the Big Bang?
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Time itself may have begun during the Big Bang; before the Big Bang, there might not have been space or time.

A Million Trillion Trillion Trillionth of a Second

A Million Trillion Trillion Trillionth of a Second
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Space and time seem continuous to us but on a fundamental level, it may be more granular than that.

Can We Hide Time?

Can We Hide Time?
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With a split time lens, one scientist has created a light gap that lasts almost a billionth of a second.

Is There a Shadow Universe?

Is There a Shadow Universe?
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It appears we live in a universe filled with light. But scientists are now certain there is far more matter in the dark portions of our universe.

Dark Matter's Telltale Fingerprints

Dark Matter's Telltale Fingerprints
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How do you measure where dark matter is if you cannot see it?

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