Science, the final frontier, with astrophysics, neuroscience, computer science, mathematics and more speculation than on morning television, with fledgling computer scientist host Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad.
For a little fun, Matthew Petschl, Ian Buck and Ryan Rampersad join forces once again to create a big bang in The Universe, with discussion on storms on Saturn, a cloning registry for horses, book plugs, some comics, a good review of Stargate Universe and a preview Gravity.
Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad with guest Matthew Petschl discuss what we're doing in school, Sam's cellular automata, the Chelyabinsk Meteor among others, Solving for X, Golden Spike's odd campaign, and more.
Sam Ebertz, returning for his second in-studio appearance in a row, and Ryan Rampersad share tons of Curiosity news, from gravel and water to a named rock, a little information on a theoretical 4D-clock. another small step for SpaceX, some great videos and photos of bombs under water.
14 billion years later, Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad finally do another episode of The Universe with discussion on the late Neil Armstrong, Endeavour's final journey, news on ancient arctic forests, a dark energy telescope and some thoughts with Bill Nye on Creationism in school and more!
On a rare short episode of The Universe, Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad chat about developing and github, some lingering curisosity, some books that are worth looking forward to, a discussion on femto-photography, the meteor shower that was rained out and more!
The Universe returns Sam Ebertz and Ryan Rampersad with news on the Mars Curiosity Rover, a discussion on how Fighting for Space is the right thing to do, sub-phases of Ice, a belated Higgs festival, some fascinating imagery of the sun and so much more!
Ryan Rampersad hosts The Universe along with returning guest Matthew Petschl and special guest Nick Petschl, and discuss new incredibly technical wireless technology, rabbits without oxygen, erasing memories, another NASA video and more!
Ryan Rampersad is joined by Ian Buck and Matthew Petschl in the spur of the moment and discuss the Japanese Flood, Voyager 1 finally hitting the heliopause, China's first female astronaut, impending sigma-decisions for the Higgs Boson particle, girls and science, and more!