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Contemporary issues in science are explored.

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For the first time in the history of science, cosmic detectives across the Earth hope to observe the awesome spectacle of a feeding supermassive black hole.
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Exploring the possibility of multiple universes.
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Contemporary issues in science are explored.
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Examining professor Stephen Hawking's most controversial theory and possibly his greatest mistake -- the information paradox.
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An international team of volcanologists in Iceland.
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Some scientists believe in the existence of parallel universes containing space, time and exotic matter.

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