Watch Through the Wormhole Season 3 episodes

Through the Wormhole s3e1: Will We Survive First Contact? Will We Survive First Contact?

Everything we can know, feel and hope for is forged here on Earth. But out there, across the vast heavens, there could be countless other civilizations, each with knowledge, history and ambition vastly different than our own. And one day, perhaps sooner than you think, humanity and alien civilization will collide. How will that day change us? Find more from Charles Cockell, Michio Kaku, Laurance Doyle, John Brophy, James Kakalios, Paul Davies, Michael Callahan

Through the Wormhole s3e2: Is There A Superior Race?

Are the races different on the inside as well as the outside? Is there even such a thing as race at all? Could advances in technology soon create a superior race of post-humans? Given the incendiary history of the topic of racial superiority, this is a hard question to ask. The answer may tell us where humanity is headed, what our descendants will look like and how they will think.

Through the Wormhole s3e3: Is The Universe Alive?

As scientists peer across the galaxy, a new revelation emerges: The universe is shockingly organic. Are the secrets to the life and death of the universe hidden not in physics, but biology? Could it be that the universe is alive?

Through the Wormhole s3e4: What Makes Us Who We Are?

What is it that makes you, you? Is it the things we know, the people and places we've experienced? Or is there something deeper, less tangible that captures our essence? Scientists are searching for the core of who we are-some would call it the soul, others, our personal identity. To do so, they are probing the last great frontier of human understanding: the brain. How do we become who we are?

Through the Wormhole s3e5: What Is Nothing?

Is empty space really empty? Or is it filled with hidden forces? Scientists now regard understanding the true nature of empty space as the deepest and most baffling mystery they face: one that will explain where the universe came from, whether it is fated to expand into oblivion or whether it will undergo another dramatic transformation that could destroy everything we know.

Through the Wormhole s3e6: Can We Resurrect The Dead?

The cycle of life carries us all from birth to death. What if we could change all of that? With cloning and genetic engineering, we can bring back extinct animals. But could we also bring back dead humans? Is it possible to keep our brains alive after our bodies have died? Could we rise from the dead in some strange new form? Can we - should we - resurrect the dead?

Through the Wormhole s3e7: Can We Eliminate Evil?

What drives some to torture and kill without remorse? Why do seemingly normal people commit acts of cruelty and violence? From where does evil come? Today, researchers are uncovering the hidden forces that inflame our inner demons ... looking for ways to isolate and neutralize the source of evil in the brain. Is it really possible to change human nature?

Through the Wormhole s3e8: Mysteries Of The Subconscious

Are there secret powers locked away inside your mind, waiting to be unleashed? Is it possible that the subconscious mind knows more than you ever will, and that your conscious mind is holding you back? Do thoughts control actions, or the other way around? New research shows that breaking down the walls of the subconscious may make people healthier and more creative. There are also dangers lurking in the dark recesses of the mind.

Through the Wormhole s3e9: Will Eternity End?

Many religious traditions have predicted that our world will come to an apocalyptic end. Scientists agree that Earth can't last forever, but disagree on whether the universe and time itself can ever disappear. Some may hope for eternity, but the possibility of never-ending time has mind-bending implications for the present.

Through the Wormhole s3e10: Did We Invent God?

Our belief in a God above explains all we can't understand. Where do religious beliefs come from? Some experts believe God may exist only in our brain, that we are wired to worship the supernatural and that faith in a higher power gives us an evolutionary advantage. Is it possible that God is really just a neurological accident? And does that make Him any less real? Did God invent humanity, or did humanity invent God?

Morgan Freeman


Let's say that a civilization is hostile. Hollywood has brainwashed us into thinking that it's gonna be a titanic battle between David and Goliath. I mean, gimmie a break. More than likely, it's gonna be between Bambi and Godzilla.
A message in our DNA could also communicate something much more fundamental - that DNA is the language of all life in the galaxy. It sounds like wild speculation but it is not.



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