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The Universe: Cosmology Quest (2004)

A group of renowned cosmologists and astrophysicist are in search of a realistic picture of the universe. Their research and observational discoveries point in a direction diametrically ... See full summary »

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Randall Meyers
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Cast

Credited cast:
Halton C. Arp Halton C. Arp ... Self (as Dr. Halton C. Arp)
Andre Koch Assis Andre Koch Assis ... Self
Geoffrey Burbidge Geoffrey Burbidge ... Self
Margaret Burbidge Margaret Burbidge ... Self
John Dobson John Dobson ... Self
Truls Hansen Truls Hansen ... Self (as Professor Truls Hansen)
Fred Hoyle ... Self (archive footage)
Eric Lerner Eric Lerner ... Self
Martin Lopez-Corredoira Martin Lopez-Corredoira ... Self
Kary B. Mullis Kary B. Mullis ... Self
Jayant V. Narlikar Jayant V. Narlikar ... Self
Jean-Claude Pecker Jean-Claude Pecker ... Self
Anthony Peratt Anthony Peratt ... Self
Kristoffer Rypdal Kristoffer Rypdal ... Self
Jack Sulentic Jack Sulentic ... Self
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A group of renowned cosmologists and astrophysicist are in search of a realistic picture of the universe. Their research and observational discoveries point in a direction diametrically opposed to the predominant Bog Bang theory - this leads to a series of sociological situations that verge on the extreme dogma controls wielded against Copernicus and Galileo in the past; only now against our protagonists of the 21st century. This is a controversial science documentary touching on the nerve of everything astronomers and cosmologist claim they know about the universe today. Written by Meyers, Randall

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Country:

Norway

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 March 2004 (Norway) See more »

Filming Locations:

Brazil See more »

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Budget:

NOK2,800,000 (estimated)
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Floating World Films See more »
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Runtime:

(2 parts)

Sound Mix:

6-Track Stereo (musical score and sound effects)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

4 x 1.33 : 1
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12 January 2011 | by PRVanAkenSee all my reviews

I found this documentary to be one of the most interesting I've ever seen. If you have deep questions about what the core truth is about everything and believe that what we have discovered and observed about the universe can contribute to your understanding of this elusive core truth, then this is the documentary for you. It is also a human interest story in that the ideas presented apparently have not just raised the hackles of the established scientific community, but have aroused outright hostility. The previous review above on this documentary is a great advertisement and superb example of this hostility. It should be noted therefore that, based on this type of reaction, one should immediately take notice that there is something very important afoot with the confrontation between the steady-state and big-bang "camps": that the new theories are something to look at carefully since they have a ring of truth; and, that the hostility towards them indicates that within the established scientific community, particularly in the halls of education, to use a quote from Shakespeare, 'Something is rotten in the state of Denmark'.


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