The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, a literary masterpiece written by Edward Gibbon, recounts the past in a profoundly truthful way, telling an incredible story and setting the bar for all future historians.
On this episode of The Torch, we examine the unifying theories of physics and the quest to discover how everything in our universe is interconnected which will, in turn, establish The Theory of Everything with Professor Don Lincoln, Ph.D. and Senior Scientist at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. […]
The story of America’s founding—great men who debated, argued, persuaded, and negotiated their way to the U.S. Constitution—is as dramatic and instructive as any in the nation’s history. And there is no better way to tell the story of the Founding Fathers than by pairing an eminent U.S. historian with the very institution that is most synonymous with American history, the Smithsonian. […]
On this episode of The Torch, we examine what we have learned from neuroscience about several brain myths including – do we really only use 10% of our brain, can we multitask effectively, are male and female brains different? […]