Friday, January 15, 2016

Can We Survive the Death of the Sun?




Today on Far Future Horizons we join veteran actor Morgan Freeman in an outstanding episode of the acclaimed Science Channel documentary series “Through the Wormhole” which explores the question - Can We Survive the Death of the Sun?

The focus of this installment of Through the Wormhole is the survival of humanity (or whatever  we evolve to become) into the far distant future, as measured on geological and cosmological timescales, by developing the technology to move to another planet, a new "Earth" or star system in order to survive the death of our central star, The Sun.



Thursday, January 14, 2016

Cosmic Voyage


"Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure science". ~ Edwin P. Hubble


Join us today on Far Future Horizons as we embark on an incredible and visually stunning odyssey through a staggering forty three orders of magnitude. This will be a journey that will take us to the very edge of the observable universe and into the microcosmos for a glimpse at the ultimate constituents of matter – the quarks.

This is an amazing presentation about our present understanding of the Cosmos as revealed by the science of our age is narrated by Morgan Freeman.





Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Are Robots The Future of Human Evolution?

Will the human species take the course of its future evolution into its own hands by merging the human mind with advances in artificial intelligence and the body with advances in robotics and bionics?

Are Homo sapiens evolving into Homo Cyberneticus?

Today on Far Future Horizons we join veteran actor Morgan Freeman in another outstanding episode of the acclaimed Science Channel documentary series Through the Wormhole which explores the question - Are Robots The Future of Human Evolution?


Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Alien Sounds



Today on Far Future Horizons we listen to what scientists are calling the greatest hits of the universe in another episode of the acclaimed documentary series The Universe - Alien Sounds.



Monday, January 11, 2016

The Universe - Saturn Lord of the Rings

©Ring Rider by AlanGutierrezArtPainting shows the Cassini orbiter probe, which was launched in October 1997 with the European Space Agency's Huygens probe.

Here, it is shown passing into Saturn's rings. Later, the Huygens probe landed on Titan (2005), and increased our knowledge of Saturn's largest moon.

Cassini completed it's first mission in 2008, and has continued new missions since, extending through 2017.



Today on Far Future Horizons we explore the planet Saturn, the real Lord of the Rings  in another exciting episode of The Universe.



Saturday, January 9, 2016

The Seven Astonishing Wonders of Our Solar System





Today on Far Future Horizons we present another fascinating episode from the History Channel's highly acclaimed documentary series The Universe with a grand tour highlighting the magnificent “Seven Wonders of the Solar System”.