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From Big Bang to Man [Documentary]
posted February 10 2013 12:47.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I found this series named "The Cassiopeia Project - making science simple!" which I'd like to share with you. I watched this first series of 5 videos under the general title "From Big Bang to Man" and i really liked it alot. The Cassiopeia Project is an effort to make high quality science videos available to everyone.

FROM BIG BANG TO MAN:
This is the story of the universe and our place within it. And if that's not enough, we will describe how every atom in existence today came into beeing, how galaxies formed, how our own solar system began. We will trace the progress of life on Earth from its humble beginnings to the emergence of mitochondrial Eve. And from Eve until now, we will follow the progress as humankind spread around the globe.




The Baby Universe





The Present Universe




Origin And Evolution Of Life




The First Humans




Evolution Of Modern Humans

[Link: The Cassiopeia Project]
 
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