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Name:Cosmos 1980 NTSC Disc6 DVD9 [

Total Size: 7.78 GB

Magnet: Magnet Link

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Last Updated: 2010-09-22 09:48:13 (Update Now)

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Torrent description

This a request from DVD-R forum. If a person already has 42 GB of a collection, they need to have the last one for sure. Big thanks to the original uploader Jexxan!
If you don't have parts 1-5, then this torrent probably isn't worth your time. Much too big for my setup to seed a 50 GB torrent, sorry.

originally uploaded by jexxan. Thank you very much! Here's the info.

Original Title: Cosmos
Title: Cosmos

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General Information:
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Genre: Science Documentary
Year: 1980
Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0081846/
IMDB Rating: 9.6/10
Source: 1xDVD5 + 6xDVD9
Menus: Untouched
Extras: Untouched
Length: 780 min.
Bitrate: Varies kbps
Tags: carl sagan space planets time universe cosmos learning peace mankind trip science life

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Video Type: NTSC
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1

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Audio Information:
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Audio Format: DD 5.1
Languages: English
Subtitles: French, Italian, German, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese and English (for the hearing impaired)


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Description:
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Description: Digitally Remastered 7 Disc Collector's Edition
Additional Release Material: Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan Updates
Bonus 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound music and effects track

When Cosmos was first broadcast in 1980, our world--and the context of Carl Sagan's eloquent "personal journey"--was a different place. The late Dr. Sagan would be pleased to witness the cooling of the cold war, the continued exploration of space, and ongoing efforts to curb our destructive dependence on fossil fuels. For Sagan's series is far more than a guided tour through "billions and billions" of stars and galaxies. It remains a profound plea for the unity of humankind, for the recognition that "we are a way for the universe to know itself," with an obligation to know our origin, our place in the universe, and our future potential.

In the course of 13 fascinating hours, Cosmos spans its own galaxy of topics to serve Sagan's theme, each segment deepening our understanding of how we got from there (simple microbes in the primordial mud) to here (space-faring civilization in the 21st century). In his "ship of the imagination," Sagan guides us to the farthest reaches of space and takes us back into the history of scientific inquiry, from the ancient library of Alexandria to the NASA probes of our neighboring planets. Upon this vast canvas Sagan presents the "cosmic calendar," placing the 15-billion-year history of the universe into an accessible one-year framework, then filling it with a stunning chronology of events, both interstellar and earthbound.

From the lives of the stars, to creation theories, functions of the human brain, and the ongoing search for extraterrestrial intelligence, Cosmos asks big questions. When appropriate, Sagan offers big answers, or asks still bigger--and yes, even spiritual--questions at the boundaries of science and religion. What's most remarkable about Cosmos is that it remains almost entirely fresh, with few updates needed to the science that Sagan so passionately celebrates. It is no exaggeration to say that Cosmos--for all the debate it may continue to provoke--is a vital document for humanity at a pivotal crossroads of our history. --Jeff Shannon

Disc Six

X. The Edge of Forever - A series of fantastic trips helps us to understand the birth of the Universe, the development of galaxies and the very edges of space.

XI. The Persistence of Memory - Sagan takes us into the human brain to examine the question of intelligence and the nature of thought. And we examine another of Earth's intelligent creatures - the whales.

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