Everything and Nothing: The Science of Empty Space

This award-winning film takes us on an epic journey to uncover the true size of the smallest particles in nature and the science of empty space, which scientists now believe is teeming with energy and exotic matter. Part science, part philosophy, and part history, this film offers a gripping and spectacular exploration of cutting-edge science with one of the greatest science TV hosts in our time.
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Overview

This award-winning film takes us on an epic journey to uncover the true size of the smallest particles in nature and the science of empty space, which scientists now believe is teeming with energy and exotic matter. Part science, part philosophy, and part history, this film offers a gripping and spectacular exploration of cutting-edge science with one of the greatest science TV hosts in our time.

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Everything

01: Everything

Jim investigates a very simple question: Why does it get dark at night? The journey to find the answer will take him through remarkable stories to the boundaries of the known universe, investigating how our understanding of space has been shaped by both mathematics and astronomy.

59 min
Nothing

02: Nothing

Nothing deals with science at the very limits of human perception, where the deepest mysteries of the universe lie. Jim sets out to answer one very simple question: What is nothing? His journey ends with perhaps the most profound insight about reality that humanity has made. Everything came from nothing.

59 min