It covered pair production of particles and how one of the pair got absorbed by the Black Hole — correct. Ahhh Jess you are just fission for a response to those con-fusion puns.
Maybe it got better after I went to bed partly because I was angry with the show. Register now for FREE. It provides everything needed to sustain billions of creatures, plants and human civilization. Scientists are not worried for 2 reasons: I disagree about Mike Rowe. My question is: Indeed, they leave a false impression about what can be seen. As we uncover the most dangerous megaflares in the cosmos, the question is, will we find Earth in the firing line?
March 12th, 2011 at 11: One thing I learned from this show is that the universe is Far more vast than I ever imaganed and i had no clue that there were that many stars. No problem. The Universe is a magnetic minefield, with cosmic bombs detonating everywhere.
Thank you Revealed: From our nearest planetary neighbour to tiny moons billions of miles away, today we are discovering volcanoes on alien worlds. Hooray for torrents!
January 6, 2012 at 7: Scientists are discovering volcanoes on worlds we once thought dead. May 2, 2010 at 7: The only reason life on Earth is possible is because of our stable orbit around the Sun.
These are truly wild worlds, a collection of monsters. These are small and should evaporate immediately. Gavin, Scientists are not worried for 2 reasons: Everyone should know the Billy Mays of pop science! Uranus and Neptune are mysterious, icy worlds at the edge of the solar system; new discoveries reveal that these strange planets may have helped start life on Earth. May 2, 2010 at 11: My intent is certainly not to entrap you or to guide your arguments; I do agree with you by virtue of the preponderance of evidence.