Out of the white-hot heat of the Big Bang arose everything that exists in the universe today. The long road that leads from this u Out of the white-hot heat of the Big Bang arose everything that exists in the universe today. The long road that leads from this ultra-dense soup of elementary particles and radiation to atoms, stars, planets, and life becomes one of the central paths in cosmologistsí efforts to understand how the universe is put together. Ironically, the physicists who unraveled the structure of the atom paved the way for those who ultimately figured out how the atoms themselves came to be.
http://Cosmology.com Nebula & Galaxies: A Cosmic Journey Through the Universe. A documentary film by Rhawn Joseph, Ph.D. http://BrainMind.com
The music in order of play: "Flight of the Valkries" by Wagner. "William Tell Overture" by Rossini. Beethoven. "Poet & Peasant Overture" by von Suppe.
Galileo Galilei (15 February 1564 -- 8 January 1642) was an Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher who is closely associated with the scientific revolution. His achievements include the first systematic studies of uniformly accelerated motion, improvements to the telescope, a variety of astronomical observations, and support for Copernicanism. Galileo's experiment-based work is a significant break from the abstract approach of Aristotle. Galileo is often referred to as the "father of modern astronomy", as the "father of modern physics", and as the "father of science". The motion of uniformly accelerated objects, treated in nearly all high school and introductory college physics courses, was studied by Galileo as the subject of kinematics.