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Rush Limbaugh: If No One Saw the Big Bang, How Do We Know It Really Happened?

While discussing the death of Stephen Hawking, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh cast doubt on the origins of the universe. Because of course he did.

RIP, Stephen Hawking: Eddie Redmayne, 'Big Bang' & 'The Simpsons' Stars Pay Tribute

43 minutes agoEntertainment / Film : Moviefone

Stephen Hawking, renowned theoretical physicist and author of "A Brief History of Time," has died at age 76. The British scientist is being mourned around the world, and not just by fellow physicists and cosmologists. Hawking was a household...Show More Summary

Stephen Hawking reveals what existed before the Big Bang

In an interview with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, iconic physicist Stephen Hawking recently revealed what he believes existed prior to the Big Bang. "Nothing was around," said Hawking, who fortunately elaborated on this point....Show More Summary

Thursday's TV highlights: 'Mom' on CBS

SERIES The Big Bang Theory Barry Kripke (guest star John Ross Bowie) throws a monkey wrench into Sheldon and Amy’s (Jim Parsons, Mayim Bialik) wedding plans, while Bernadette and Wolowitz (Melissa Rauch, Simon Helberg) disagree on which of them should be a stay-at-home parent while the other goes...

Q&A: The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik Relaunches Her GrokNation Website With a Lifestyle Theme

Mayim Bialik has always wanted more out of her career than just acting. TV audiences know her as The Big Bang Theory's Amy Farrah Fowler (who is engaged to Jim Parsons' Sheldon Cooper in the show) or as the star of NBC '90s sitcom Blossom; on top of that, she's also a neuroscientist in real...

Thornton P. Knowles On The Fear Of Nothing

Before the Big Bang there was supposedly nothing. Doesn't there have to be something? What does nothing look like? What the hell is nothing? Whatever it is, I thing nothing is what we are all afraid of.Thornton P. Knowles

TV Ratings: Crossover Serves ABC's Shonda Rhimes Block Well

The network ties CBS for the night, driven by 'Big Bang' — albeit at a season low. read more

Astronomers uncover echoes of the very first stars

Scientists have identified faint radio signals emitted by the first stars shortly after they shined their light on the universe for the first time. The evidence suggests the earliest stars formed 180 million years after the Big BangShow More Summary

Unlocking the secrets of the universe

Long ago, about 400,000 years after the beginning of the universe (the Big Bang), the universe was dark. There were no stars or galaxies, and the universe was filled primarily with neutral hydrogen gas.

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Fontaines D.C.

Fontaines D.C. From: Dublin, Northern Ireland Hurricane Laughter from Dublin five piece Fontaines D.C. sounds like the point at which post punk and kraut rock collide like a musical version of the big bang to create a form of music so new it's not even been given it's own genre. Show More Summary

On Kansas, a Quiet Contender Gelling at the Right Time

On Monday night, Kansas brushed Texas aside to clinch another outright Big 12 title, send seniors Devonte’ Graham and Svi Mykhailiuk out with a bang, and stay ahead of the pack in the chase for a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Around...Show More Summary

Where The Big Bang Theory's New Baby Name Comes From

The Big Bang Theory welcomed a new bundle of joy, but fans didn't get to see the whole story behind his name.

Astronomers Detect Signal From 13.4B Years Ago

After the Big Bang, it was cold and black. And then there was light. Now, for the first time, astronomers have glimpsed that dawn of the universe 13.6 billion years ago when the earliest stars were turning on the light in the cosmic darkness, the AP reports. And if...

Watch Stephen Hawking Explain What He Thinks Came Before the Big Bang

"Ordinary real time is replaced by imaginary time, which behaves like a fourth direction of space." If you say so, Dr. Hawking.

Cosmic dawn: astronomers detect signals from first stars in the universe

‘Revolutionary’ observations suggest the first stars appeared 180m years after the big bang – and may hold information on dark matter Astronomers have detected a signal from the first stars as they appeared and illuminated the universe, in observations that have been hailed as “revolutionary”. Show More Summary

Bugcrowd bug bounty platform gets big boost with $26 million Series C investment

Bugcrowd and HackerOne both launched in 2012 and both companies are competing in the growing bug bounty market to pay a network of white hat hackers to bang on client software to find vulnerabilities. Today, Bugcrowd announced a $26 million Series C jolt led by Triangle Peak Partners. Show More Summary

Astronomers detect earliest evidence yet of hydrogen in the universe

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) MIT and ASU astronomers have detected the earliest signs of hydrogen in the universe, suggesting first stars appeared around 180 million years after the Big Bang.

The Big Bang Theory: Here's What Howard and Bernadette Named Their Baby

The Big Bang Theory returned from a long break with "The Neonatal Nomenclature," an episode that managed to deliver a big moment (the birth of Howard [Simon Helberg] and Bernadette's [Melissa Rauch] second child) while still feelingShow More Summary

Stephen Hawking explains what happened before Big Bang - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology : CNET: News

Commentary: The physicist tells Neil deGrasse Tyson what came before the Big Bang. Was there anything there? Was there nothing there? Was there even a there there?

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