Never stop learning with Curiosity Learning Paths!

  • Get inspired with the web’s best bite-sized learning content, curated for learners like you.
  • Learn more—quickly and easily—by exploring our dynamic Learning Paths.
  • Spread quick knowledge to friends with our original Smart Memes!

Something of Nothing | Curiosity

Scroll down to explore a learning path based on this topic.

Paths are the best way to keep exploring content you're interested in. We'll create a stream of content for you filled with the best videos related to “Something of Nothing | Curiosity”.

Subscribe to Discovery! | Explore the question of what could cause the spontaneous appearance of a universe with Stephen Hawking in this Curiosity video. | For more, visit
CURIOSITY continues Sundays at 9/8c on Discovery. | | Watch as Curiosity explains the path of an adenovirus.
Watch more CURIOSITY | Visit | See the transformation of oil in America over millions of years.
Leave your questions in the comment section. The question with the most "likes" will be answered in the next video, along with two additional questions. Thanks for watching! ------------ Lawrence Krauss is the director of the Origins Project at Arizona State University, a theoretical physicist and author of "A Universe from Nothing." ------------ SUBSCRIBE, future astronauts! Watch more episodes:
Subscribe to Discovery! | Scientists try to solve one of the biggest mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle: how and why boats have disappeared. | For more Curiosity, visit
Subscribe to Discovery! | Watch as scientists work on the mummification of a human donor. | For more Curiosity, visit
Subscribe to Discovery! | Spoiler alert! Do you think a boat could withstand the power of a rogue wave in the middle of the ocean? | For more Curiosity, visit