Morgan Freeman & ‘Wormhole’
June 7, 2011 by Post Team
Morgan Freeman & ‘Wormhole’, Morgan Freeman, calling to mind-expanding series “Through the Wormhole”, but recommend you take the title literally. “Here’s the thing to go in a wormhole: Where will you go” He laughs. “If you go, you can not worry about returning. So I do not know about that.”
Freeman knows what it is, he likes to travel mind. He likes to make big questions and see where you take your mental odyssey. Is at it again for a second season of “Through the wormhole,” which premieres Wednesday at 22:00 in science cable channel. The episodes will deal with riddles like: Is there more than three dimensions? What foreigners think? Is there an advantage in the universe? Can we live forever? This week, Freeman started things with a bang by asking: Is there life after death?
“It is the soul of a myth, or one of the key elements of the universe?” arises in the episode. “What is the origin of consciousness?” Where you go when we die? ”
“Ultimately, each of us to discover the truth,” Freeman tells his audience to comfort her. “But we’re never going to come into our last time to meet our destiny?”
Freeman seems the perfect man to lead this type of search. An Oscar-winning actor, who, incidentally, has played God in not one but two films (“Bruce Almighty” and “Evan Almighty”), has a reassuring, but a poignant that makes the cosmological not feel so overwhelming.
“We’re asking questions,” he gently summarized in a recent interview. “You can ask any question, right?
“I’m not really scientific. I’m just an itinerant actor. I have curiosity. So how I can get to host this program on science? I like this!”
For Freeman, who turned 74 on June 1, these questions have fascinated him since high school.
“I was not interested in science or math oriented,” he says. “I’m not left brain at all. But when I was a senior, was one of my physics classes. I was a student. Not because I knew nothing. I just ask questions. The teacher would be talking and I ‘d raise your hand, and lively debate in a new direction. ”
As producer and narrator-host of “Through the Wormhole” which comes to help you choose the questions. For him, are questions that, however powerful, sometimes beaten close to home.
The episode this week, recalls how he began to wonder if there is life after death. “One morning when I was 6 years old, my grandmother did not wake up – then or never was my first experience with death.”
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