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Deeper, Deeper, Deeper Still 

The Ship of the Imagination ventures on an epic voyage to the bottom of a dewdrop to explore the universe on the smallest scale and observe exotic life forms invisible to the naked eye. ... See full summary »

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The Ship of the Imagination ventures on an epic voyage to the bottom of a dewdrop to explore the universe on the smallest scale and observe exotic life forms invisible to the naked eye. Then, host Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the neural network in our brains which determine our sense of smell and memory, and later, he travels deep beneath the surface of the Earth to discover the most mysterious particle we know. Written by Anonymous

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Just a Little
12 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

I really thought this was an excellent offering. It explains the microscopic (and even smaller) world around us. It takes us into a dewdrop to see everything that is suspended there during its ephemeral existence. Neil DeGrasse Tyson takes us through the process of photosynthesis as sugars are formed, carbon dioxide absorbed, and oxygen released. It also talks about adaptive species that became necessary and predictable based on natural phenomena. This eventually takes us inside the atom and to the cosmos, where we look at the implications of the Big Bang. We get information about neutrinos, subatomic particles, and waves and photons. The olfactory process is investigated. There is so much science in this episode and it is presented with enthusiasm and delight (as are most). At this point the series seemed to gain momentum.


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