Video: Rick Rothschild : The Universe is Rated R

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June, 2001



From time immemorial the cosmos has comforted humanity with its seemingly placid constancy. However, when science looks closer, we get a different story. From solar flares and thermonuclear burning engulfing the surfaces of neutron stars, to particle beams and collisions of literally extragalactic proportions, UCSD's Rick Rothschild will explain why the universe could be Rated "R" for violence. Series: "Atoms to X-Rays" [6/2001] [Science] [Show ID: 5552]



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