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How old is the universe? Is there an eternal creator? The human mind has always faced the deep mysteries of existence, from primitive myths and religious beliefs to the discoveries of modern science. The universe appears to be evolving from a distant primordial event. The broad perspective of a linear timeline illustrates how vital that seemingly eternal evolution was to the universe’s development of its most complex structure: a bio-chemical organism that – despite its physical insignificance – has been able to show awareness and emotions, and to question and explore the very universe that created it.

Creation and Evolution in the Universe - from the Vast Simplicity of Pure Energy to the Tiny Complexity of the Human Brain - UCL - London's Global University

    • Sciences

How old is the universe? Is there an eternal creator? The human mind has always faced the deep mysteries of existence, from primitive myths and religious beliefs to the discoveries of modern science. The universe appears to be evolving from a distant primordial event. The broad perspective of a linear timeline illustrates how vital that seemingly eternal evolution was to the universe’s development of its most complex structure: a bio-chemical organism that – despite its physical insignificance – has been able to show awareness and emotions, and to question and explore the very universe that created it.

    Creation and Evolution in the Universe - from the Vast Simplicity of Pure Energy to the Tiny Complexity of the Human Brain

    Creation and Evolution in the Universe - from the Vast Simplicity of Pure Energy to the Tiny Complexity of the Human Brain

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    • 41 min

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