Movies would have you believe that killer robots are the inevitable future of technology gone awry — but Neil deGrasse Tyson isn’t afraid, here’s why. Produced by Kevin Reilly, Darren Weaver, and Kamelia Angelova. Animations by Rob Ludacer. Follow...Show More Summary
During ‘An Astrophysicist Goes to the Movies,’ Mr. Neil deGrasse Tyson called science educator Bill Nye, who urged the public to address climate change. The post How Critiquing Movies with Neil deGrasse Tyson Got Political appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Neil deGrasse Tyson makes no claims about his abilities as a singer and songwriter. And yet when the internet's favorite astrophysicist tweeted a photo of himself luxuriating in casual blue button-down, Twitter responded accordingly. If...Show More Summary
Join StarTalk Radio for a panel discussion and questions from the audience that run the gamut from mutant cyborgs and artificial intelligence, to life on exoplanets and asteroid mining. You’ll hear about the potential for life on Proxima B, an...
"Welcome to the Universe: An Astrophysical Tour" takes readers a "mile deep" into what astrophysicists know about the universe
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and two of his colleagues examine astronomy in their new book, "Welcome to the Universe: An Astrophysical Tour." Tyson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he wrote the book.
There are plenty of things scientists don’t understand about the universe, but for everyday folks, some of the biggest misconceptions are about the basics: time and size. Neil deGrasse Tyson, the world-famous astrophysicist, director...Show More Summary
Neil deGrasse Tyson explains some of the biggest misconceptions we have about the universe. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook StarTalk Radio is a podcast and radio program hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, where comic co-hosts, guest celebrities, and scientists discuss astronomy, physics, and everything else about life in the universe. Show More Summary
In this episode of StarTalk, Neil Tyson explores the language of the universe through the lens of self-taught math genius and college dropout Ramanujan, the subject of the recent movie, The Man Who Knew Infinity. Not only does Neil interview...
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I suppose this is one way to break the ice. Or get punched in the face. Neil deGrasse Tyson has offered up a plan for his first meeting with the new president. One of the country’s most famous astrophysicists and a member of the Defense...Show More Summary
Get on Twitter and ask Neil deGrasse Tyson to list the mathematical constants of the universe, and he will say the speed of light, that pi is 3.14…, and that FIFA games always have insane glitches. It’s an annual ritual for FIFA fans to compile montages of the strangest-looking bugs in Electronic Arts’ soccer game, […]
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s plan to get Donald Trump’s attention can only be described in one word: gripping. The astrophysicist joked Friday he’d need to make a bold move to get the president-elect to engage in science talk. Like grabbing...Show More Summary
You have to communicate with people in terms they'll understand. Perhaps that's why famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson tweeted that when he first meets President-elect Trump, he "may first grab his crotch -- to get his attention...Show More Summary
Watch Uranus, Donald: astrophysicist and pop scientist Neil DeGrasse Tyson joked Friday about greeting the president-elect in an, uh, interesting fashion if they ever met.
Astrophysicist Janna Levin is back as host of StarTalk All-Stars, hunting for black holes with her guest, Shep Doeleman, the MIT astrophysicist leading the Event Horizon Telescope project to study black hole Sgr A at the center of our galaxy....
Neil deGrasse Tyson. Elon Musk. Steve Wozniak. Michio Kaku. Steve Jobs. Bill Gates. Paul Allen. Nadia Volonev…wait, Nadia Volonev? Yes, Nadia Volonev. Like the others who knew at an early age that a groundbreaking vision could propel the world into new frontiers, tonight on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, the fictional Nadia Volonev (guest star Shree Crooks) […]
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It’s been a couple of days since President-Elect Donald Trump became a thing, but if you haven’t quite recovered from the disappointment, that’s totally okay. If you’re looking for pop culture that replenishes your faith in humanity, you can check out The A.V. Show More Summary