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Professor Stephen Hawking reveals our true potential in a radical new science show which challenges a selection of volunteers and the viewer to think like the greatest geniuses of the past and answer some of humanity's toughest and most enduring questions. Using large scale experiments and incredible stunts, we'll follow the volunteers' journeys as they come to grips with molecular biology, astrophysics and quantum mechanics.

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Anyone Can Think

Interesting and thought provoking, even to those who are not 'geniuses'.

Wow!! Stephen is great!!

Such a great show, really informative and breaks it down for the viewer... Very interactive!!

S. Hawking: Fraud or "Genius"?

It seems to me that Hawking does little more than pose these grand hypothesis, theories, and QUESTIONS, but very few real answers: The "Big Bang" Theory is essentially someone else's theory in reverse, or rather, turned inside out; a near-lifetime of grants from the English government, and undeserved praise for a book (now a TV series?? Great agent, Steve) that prattles on and on, trying to somehow solve the puzzle of the creation of life. Now that THAT question can't, and will never be, answered, he's merely asking MORE QUESTIONS, and this makes him a "Genius"? Really? More like "Megalomaniac". Do we really need to inject the anxiety of questioning our existence on top of the daily struggle just to get through it all, regardless of "why" or "how"?? Sometimes ignorance truly IS "bliss"; how about just accepting the fact that we're here, and need to get on with it the best we can? There aren't many questions left that haven't already been answered, so I get that he has to stay in the spotlight, have his little "niche" somehow, feed his massive ego and keep those grants pouring in some way, but wouldn't this "genius" do more good trying to figure out how the massive amount of people on this planet will survive in a few decades, with a polluted atmosphere, zero fossil fuels left and even less "social security"? Go stuff yourself and your "Genius Questions", Stephen.

Genius By Stephen Hawking
View in iTunes $14.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Released: May 18, 2016
  • CCin English

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