On this episode of “Star Talk,” Tyson picked Hawking’s brain “on everything, from the Big Bang to the origins of the universe.”
Neil deGrasse Tyson visits the set, Jessica Szohr's new character may be an alien, and more.
In 2015, astrophysicist and science commentary go-to guy Neil Degrasse Tyson, flubbing an answer on a quiz show, quipped: "I love being wrong because that means...I learned something new that day." That's my favorite of Tyson's many memorable lines, and it's one that I wish I heard other researchers express more often. Show More Summary
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
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?
The famed astrophysicist looks at the evidence.
We’re inside a show about a clownish president, a steely prosecutor and a murky scandal. A couple of years ago, Neil deGrasse Tyson hosted a debate at the Hayden Planetarium in New York on the hypothesis that our universe might be a Matrix-like computer simulation designed by a superior civilization. Show More Summary
New Infinity War merchandise gives us a good look at a villain, and Cap's new weapon. Producer Marc Guggenheim explains just how Wally West finds himself on Legends of Tomorrow. Plus, Neil DeGrasse Tyson takes us into the world of Altered Carbon's immortality-granting tech. To me, my spoilers! More »
An informative featurette on the science of staying alive forever. Read more...
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Said Freeman Hunt, reacting to the headline "Neil deGrasse Tyson Has A Haunting Question About Bears," blogged here yesterday. I said, "The word 'haunt' is way overused. I should do a post about that." So this is that post.The firstShow More Summary
A new season of Cosmos is on the way, instilling in us once more a sense of wonder and curiosity about the scientific world. Neil deGrasse Tyson is returning to host the follow-up to Carl […] The post Ann Druyan Hopes to Globally Expand Science Knowledge in New Cosmos Season appeared first on Geek.com.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is known for using his Twitter account to tackle everything from urgent scientific issues to pop culture.
If Bears were in charge, after they hunted us to near-extinction, I wonder if they’d invent a candy called Gummy Humans. — Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) January 21, 2018 I found that because I was intrigued by the HuffPo headlineShow More Summary
The Journey Continues! Read the full article on AICN Morning, geeks! It only took about four years to happen, but it did! Fox and National Geographic Channel have finally ordered Season 2 “COSMOS”! Neil deGrasse Tyson is returning as...Show More Summary
If flying makes you nervous in any way, you should probably stop reading right about now. SEE ALSO: Neil DeGrasse Tyson explains the term 'the stars align' A Pegasus Boeing 737-800 came off the runway at Trabzon Airport in Turkey on Saturday. Show More Summary
The 2014 Cosmos revival, A SpaceTime Odyssey, was a massive success, and now, finally, it's getting the second season it deserves. More »
Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with Mat O'Dowd astrophysicist and host of PBS Spacetime to discuss Ancestor Simulation of our Universe.
StarTalk Radio Host Neil deGrasse Tyson knows a thing or two about the cosmos. He explains what 'shoot for the moon' really means and offers a more accurate alternative. Check out more of StarTalk Radio's podcasts here. StarTalk onShow More Summary