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Einstein's Biggest Blunder 

Einstein called his Cosmological Constant his biggest blunder. New theory shows that this constant can explain the big bang theory

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David Sington
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Episode credited cast:
Matthew Zajac ... Himself - Narrator
Dave Wark ... Himself - University of Sussex
Ruth Durrer ... Herself - University of Geneva
John Baldwin John Baldwin ... Himself - University of Cambridge
João Magueijo ... Himself - Imperial College
Richard Ellis ... Himself - University of Cambridge
Andy Albrecht ... Himself - University of California
John Webb ... Himself - University of New South Wales
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Albert Einstein ... Himself (archive footage)
Albert Michelson ... Himself - American Scientist (archive footage)
Edward Morley ... Himself - American Scientist (archive footage)
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Einstein called his Cosmological Constant his biggest blunder. New theory shows that this constant can explain the big bang theory

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23 October 2000 (UK) See more »

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Spoofs Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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A Great Documentary about the Theory that the Speed of Light does Vary
17 July 2019 | by royhectorkabanlitSee all my reviews

A bit dated since this was released in 2000 and now its already 2019. But is a pretty good documentary on the theory that the speed of light does vary contrary to Einstein's Theory of Relativity.

It gives the history of how Einstein came up with theory and explains what it means in as simple as manner as possible. Despite that, though, the topic is just a bit too complicated for all of it to be explained simply, there are still some pretty complicated stuff that is not as easy to understand.

But overall, highly recommended, especially for casual Science Enthusiasts like me.


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