COSMOS Episode 6: Deeper, Deeper, Deeper Still Worksheet (2014)

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COSMOS Episode 6: Deeper, Deeper, Deeper Still (2014) relates our understanding (and subsequent interpretation) of reality to our rather limited perspectives of scale. Neil DeGrasse Tyson reveals reality from a subatomic scale to the entire known universe. He tells the story of evolutionary processes that work on different levels of size and scale. Tyson links the deep relationship the atoms we are made from with their creation from the ashes of stars that exploded before the sun was even formed.

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COSMOS Episode 6: Deeper, Deeper, Deeper Still (2014) relates our understanding (and subsequent interpretation) of reality to our rather limited perspectives of scale. Neil DeGrasse Tyson reveals reality from a subatomic scale to the entire known universe. He tells the story of evolutionary processes that work on different levels of size and scale. Tyson links the deep relationship the atoms we are made from with their creation from the ashes of stars that exploded before the sun was even formed.

In this episode, Tyson discusses stellar evolution, element creation, stellar supernova, the importance of carbon for biological molecules, microscopic life, macroscopic life, evolution, natural selection, analogies between a cell and a factory, the olfactory lobe in the brain, perceptions of touch, ancient Greek philosophy, atomic scale and size comparisons, nuclear fusion, the strong nuclear force, neutrinos, the Law of Conservation of Energy, and the Wall of Forever.

This episode is appropriate for the following classes: biology, physics, astronomy, chemistry, physical science, general science, philosophy, or history.

The runtime is 44 minutes. The video guide is designed to last an entire class, with some time left over to answer questions or facilitate a classroom discussion.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Pat Patterson radioactive dating methods, radioactive decay, element ratios, law of superposition, sedimentary rock layers, age of the solar system, heavy metal poisoning, lead toxicity, business ethics, lead pollution, air pollution, lead in the body, and political lobbying, environmental science, geology, ecology, biology, physics, astronomy, chemistry, physical science, general science, political science, history

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