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God, Science and our Search for Meaning

Duration 45 minutes

Language English

Narrated by -

Themes -

This film will be shown in full dome.

Parents are advised to use their own judgement whether or not this film is suitable for their children.

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Since the dawn of humanity, we have looked up to the skies in search of meaning. Even today, the mysteries of the cosmos inspire many of our most profound questions: Who are we? Why are we here? How did all of this come to be? Humans have long sought answers to these big questions through the lenses of religion and science —two very different languages attempting to tell the same story.

God, Science, and Our Search for Meaning is a one-of-a-kind Planetarium show that explores humankind’s oldest questions, offers exciting new possibilities, and unveils the startling interplay between science and religion as they both strive to illuminate our deepest mysteries. 

Written and narrated by international bestselling author Dan Brown and produced by the Museum of Science, Boston.

The Fulldome film Fractal Time by artist Julius Horsthuis will be shown as the supporting program for God, Science and our Search for Meaning. This 11-minute film is a journey of discovery through “fractal realities”, worlds designed from mathematical calculations. Let yourself be carried away by this new universe that is beyond imagination.

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