English Subtitles for The Cosmos Narrated By Morgan Freeman full documentary HD 720p (Earth doucumentary)



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things around us aren't always what they seem in the everyday world use a simple scale ourselves to know what small and what's large but what about the world that life beyond what is pretty large and truly small

to explore to observe to understand the wider world we call the universe this is one of the great human adventures yeah as we look out to the distant horizon we may ask ourselves what is our true place in the universe

we are all traveling on an unending voyage of discovery yeah yeah more than 25 centuries ago among the Greek islands here with vibrant crossroads of Africa Asia philosophers began to divide rational theories about the world around them

the wondrous clean of nature they said could be understood yeah when we think suggested that the earth actually moved around the Sun talk about everything the work man and nature was made of particles too small to see

others estimated the sizes of the earth and the moon and the distances between them and reasoned that both was fearless but it would be many centuries before we have the tools to extend our vision and confirm the wisdom of these fairly thinkers in the meantime people around the world gazed on the stars and gave them names most assumed that the earth was the center of an unchanging universe

yeah yeah yeah yeah two thousand years passed before revolutionary breakthrough was made by a mathematics professor with the ancient maritime republic of venice in 1609

Galileo Galilei demonstrated an instrument that would soon be called the telescope from the tallest bell towers he showed that this device good spot approaching ships hours before their sales were visible to the naked hi later when he named his telescope at the night sky Galileo discovered that the moon was a world with mountains

Jupiter had his own wounds and the Milky Way was a band of countless stars yeah our own cosmic voyage begins here in the center of Galileo's business st. Mark's Square since the universe is a big place we could easily get lost so we'll need signpost to give us a sense of scape

- adverb at ring is one made alive the crowd is 10 times wider 10 meters across larger by one power of 10 now with every step every ring we travel 10 * father from Venice and our view of the universe is

10 times wider the 100 meter rings around st. marks and 1000 meters 1 kilometer the city center as I'll speed increases four steps for powers of ten reveal all the islands of Venice the Adriatic Sea in the mainland of northern Italy six steps taken Europe from central Germany Hospital to the barnacles

and some can see the entire planet our home space eight steps on our journey aight positive 10 and past the farthest reaches of human travel the moon

if we visualize the past that the line planets taken their orbits around the Sun at 15 steps from st. Mark's Square the entire solar system comes into view and with 15 steps 15 pounds of 10 we can see that our son is just another star from here on our voice will be measured in lightyears

the distance light travels in an entire year only now do we fly past our nearest neighbor stars almost five light-years away yeah the same journey at the speed of today spacecraft but last 100,000 years and we cross the petrol night

our voices takes us up and out of our Suns neighborhood near the heads of a great pinwheel stars yeah the Milky Way is actually a spiral galaxy our son is just 100 billion stars him at this immense scale to three powers of 10

each shining like we see is not a star but an entire galaxy composed countless stars astronomers have discovered that the galaxies are flying away from one another the universe is expanding our own galaxy and all the others form clusters and superclusters of stupendous

eyes hundreds of millions of light years across here about 15 billion light-years from Venice we approach the outer limits of the visible universe what lies beyond this cosmic horizon

and I see yeah while Galileo's telescope allowed us to take an outward voyage another innovation here when the Dutch town of Delft would lead us on an inward journey of discovery yeah

over three centuries ago antonie van Leeuwenhoek perfected the early microscope and used it to study droplets from the waterways of Holland ok as students today make their own discoveries imagine the moment when family will appear to his more powerful instrument and discovered the living kingdom in a drop of water

this busy world of single-cell Paramecium there's only one more readable promise three pounds of 10 smoke the microscope plans to continue our journey into the realm of a very small as we move into the cell nucleus each new ring now reveals a world ten times smaller diameter than the last deep within the nucleus become one proven marketing instructions spiraling

ma DNA holds the chemical codes for reproduction Storen isms on the planet paramecium people the tune 14

we see that I made of even smaller the tiny world of the carbon atoms very strange indeed it's six electrons in just one everywhere at once now it takes us through avoid that appears is fast of the space between the stars

ahead lies the atomic nucleus so fantastically small but if the whole atom with the size of this theater its nucleus would be like a speck of dust yet the nucleus contains almost all of the atoms yeah packed into particles more protons and neutrons

and these in turn I made of still smaller mysterious things for the forks exploring this the inner frontier of the universe physicist wonder if folks might contain even tiny building blocks of matter scientists are investigating this mystery in an underground tunnel near Chicago home of the giant Fermilab particle accelerator designed to create

conditions like those that existed just have to the birth of our universe millions of protons and antiprotons race through these pipes in opposite directions near the speed of light kind of some tummy yeah

yeah yeah yeah now our cosmic voyage and is another dimension the dimension of time where knowledge is much less certain studying traces of course from these collisions physicist try to learn what our universe was like when it began after the

explosion known as the Big Bang one of them outlines the theory welcome to formula today astronomers see the universe expanded imagine running the expansion backwards billions of years ago everything must have been packed together an enormous density it seems incredible but we think that the matter making up everything we see

in the universe today everything the buildings trees people planets stars out to the most distant galaxies which once crammed together into a volume smaller than this and then yeah space itself exploded burst of radiant energy in those first dazzling moments the newborn universe began to expand

porks combined two protons and neutrons which later retracted electrons to form yeah for hundreds of millions of years the force of gravity is slowly through matter together into a gigantic web the architecture of the cosmos two billion years clouds of gas and dust convinced like giant water drops along the cosmic

strands and formed galaxies where the great bridges of madison crossed galaxies came together in clusters some galaxies evolve into gigantic discs spirals of stars gas and dust neighboring galaxies trapped by their mutual gravity drawn together in the fantastic collision

in real time the last billion yeah yeah force of remedies which long tails of gas and stars from the huge new galaxy and yet stars almost difficult line so vast and the distances between perhaps two million years

and we encounter let's see and stars and somehow stars are nuclear furnaces shine until they use up their fuel massive stars and

explosively these exploding stars for supernovas send out the elements of life oxygen we breathe the carbon and our muscles the iron album now a cloud of cosmic gasps sprinkled with these elements comes together in the

a new stock our son surrounded planets their infancy four billion years ago our earth constantly about cosmic dust asteroids and comets

yeah yeah ok with violent impacts volcanic gases acid rain and potent ultraviolet radiation from the Sun the younger with a very hostile world the basic ingredients of life are already here

yeah yeah scientists speculate that molecule sheltered by the seat somehow combine multiplied and gave rise to life four million two years it's only human isms that tiny bacteria some called Bluegreen bacteria slowly released tiny bubbles of oxygen

and profoundly changed the appt above the clouds some of this oxygen formed Finley and folsom blocking most of the sun's ultraviolet rays new organism first of the Earth's columns of green algae produced more something don't you

yeah some of the shells or skeletons for protection support yeah others involved complex life cycles like this tiny crustacean mission

because of the Seas filled a teeming diversity of life 56 challenge I was to colonize the harsh strong bacteria plants and animals yeah

vertebrates appear feeding on both plants and ok and gave rise to larger some of them come to the rail and others the great open plains yeah

yeah and porridge Big Bang to the appearance of humans took about 15 from the beginning we were explorers and technicians yeah and in a few thousand years just intense curiosity and technology would take us

back toward the Stars yeah yeah yeah since it was launched into orbit the Hubble Space Telescope has captured images that reveal ever more beautiful and mysterious regions of the universe

where stars are dying out and within the eagle nebula strange towers of blowing gasps giving birth to new stars in the great Orion discs of dust seem to be turning into solar systems just like you

the grand adventure of cosmic exploration is accelerating taking us into realms at once with the stuff of science fiction like the mysterious black hole here a red giant star slowly civil it's gases swirling into the depths of the black hold

some black holes may be collapsed cause of very massive stars with gravity so called not even light can escape and detective with the effect this one the first time in our history we now have strong evidence that there are

planets orbiting other stars scientists think that could be millions of earth-like planets in our galaxy alone if some do any of them have life some radio telescopes for signals that may reveal the presence of alien

civilizations it's a daunting task but if one day we should receive a signal it would forever change our view of ourselves and our universe yeah tose tose such as the giant kick Observatory in Hawaii I like time machines capturing the faint light that has traveled towards through

all of cosmic history the deeper astronomers look into space the farther back they see in time the more we learn when you miss please we uncover profound questions for future generations of cosmic explorers

will the universe go on expanding forever exactly how did life the baby of the universe beyond cosmic horizon no there

elsewhere in the universe asking the same even to ask such questions as ambitious but look how far we've traveled since our ancestors that the first steps in our cosmic yeah yeah

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man must understand in order to understand 20 in this series will be solved and what new riddles will become challenge of the new generations yeah

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The Cosmos Narrated By Morgan Freeman full documentary HD 720p