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|Stephen Hawking and the Theory of Everything|
Actors: Nigel Whitmey, Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku, John Schwarz, Lisa Randall
Director: Gary Johnstone
The legendary physicist?s search for the secrets of the universe How did the universe come into being? Why are we here? And where are we headed? Stephen Hawking--one of the world?s most famous physicists and author of t... more »
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A lot of S. Hawkings a few of the theory and almost nothing
S. Giora | Bologna, Italy | 04/02/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"If you want to know about the theory of everything you'd better watch the NOVA - The Elegant Universe (2003), because from this DVD you'll know a lot about S. Hawking and his antique voice reproductive software, but nothing new about everything."
Don't waste your money!!!
Diane Reulein | Los Angeles, CA. | 04/12/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
""The theory of everything" does not go into Any detail on Anything (other than Stephen Hawking himself) this is a waste of time for any "enthusiast"."
You get updated everything, including the kitchen sink.
Dennis Yenn | Hollywood, CA USA | 04/18/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"For one thing, you won't have the answer to the theory of everything after watching this dvd. But you will have a good understanding of this process, including latest scientific research into this everything undertaking, an introduction to quantum mechanics, as well as string theory, and throw in a few renowned guest speakers in this field, and you get this cutting edge modern physics program. The theory of everything is a grand unification theory and it's not resolved yet, we're waiting for the next Einstein to step up. Though Hawking was working on it, he sure has a following of students who could be next at cracking it.
The program is organized and flows well. Any laymen can pick it up. In summary it's a documentary (science), but also a bit of biography into Hawking's life. We see the craze of his new book at local colleges. We see his mentors, and old high school photographs. So I guess you can this, his kitchen sink. If you're a fan of Hawking, this is a must have. Containing 2 episodes, it's worth the purchase price. This being a recent release (March '09), I wished it was available on blu ray. Other dvd's I recommend similar to this: The Elegant Universe (Nova, Brian Greene), and What the Bleep!? - Down the Rabbit Hole Quantum. All 5 star quality."