|Topic:||Life in the Universe: Setting the Stage|
Life is the most complex chemical process that we know of. Even the simplest organisms are composed of millions of atoms, arranged in a staggering number of different compounds. But life as we know it is not something that has always existed. For 10 billion years, the universe was, to the best of our knowledge, lifeless. But these countless aeons were not spent in stagnation. The universe itself was evolving, growing, and the changes that were taking place in it set the stage for the eventual rise of life on Earth. This show is about that first 10 billion years, from the earliest point after the Big Bang, to the first single-celled organism swimming in Earth's ancient oceans.
|Show Times:|| 7:00pm, 8:15pm |
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