1. Dr. Michio Kaku talks about the Big Bang and the Large Hadron Collider... and Elvis. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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  2. Philosopher of physics David Wallace guides us the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics and the mind-bending claims it makes about our reality.

    For more information visit the Ri Channel: richannel.org/collections/2012/terry-pratchett#/the-long-earth-multiverse-physics

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  3. Named for Max Planck (1858–1947), the German scientist who originated quantum theory, the Planck craft will sit between Earth and the sun and scan the entire sky in long, circular strips. Its mission is to detect tiny, potentially telling temperature variations within the cosmic microwave background, the radiation from the Big Bang. Shown is an illustration of Planck scanning that background radiation, represented by its currently understood temperature profile (red for hotter regions and blue for cooler).

    Found in "Planck by Planck" online at http://www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/id/42167/title/Planck_by_Planck

    Credit: C. Carreau/European Space Agency

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  4. This supercomputer simulation relies on a refined understanding of dark matter and star formation to reproduce observed features of a dwarf galaxy.

    Credit: Governato et al.

    Found in 'Supernova winds blow galaxies into shape' online at: http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/54015/description/Supernova_winds_blow_galaxies_into_shape

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  5. This movie models how a galaxy acquires most of its gas — the raw material for making stars. Red is hot gas, blue shows the cold streams of gas that flow like a river toward the galaxy’s center, and green shows gas that has been stripped out of satellite galaxies and enriched in metal content by supernova explosions.

    Found in "Baby Milky Way Modeled" online at: http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/45004/title/Baby_Milky_Way_modeled

    Credit: B. Moore, Oscar Agertz and Romain Teyssier/University of Zurich

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