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September 20, 2012 | s1e09

  • Aired: 09/20/2012
  • Rating: NR
Join Physics and Astronomy Professor Dr. Dinesh Loomba as he sheds some light on the dark matter phenomenon. Classics Professor Dr. Monica Cyrino discusses how the movies reconstruct the image of ancient Rome and the intersection between classics and popular culture in film and television. Dr. Christopher Witt, answers the question "How will global warming affect hummingbirds?"
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September 20, 2012 | s1e09
September 20, 2012 | s1e09
Dark matter, movie reconstructions of ancient Rome, and Hummingbirds
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Produced by New Mexico PBS, each month CONNECT shares the inspired thinking and innovative research of the University of New Mexico. The Producer of CONNECT is Brad Stoddard. The Executive Producer is Michael Kamins. Production support provided by the University of New Mexico.
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