The history and mysteries of uranium are explored, including its cosmic origins; its use in medicine; and its use in warfare.
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See how uranium has shaped the past and will change the future.
Follow Dr. Derek Muller as he explores the controversial element — uranium.
Uranium was forged in the explosion of a star some six billion years ago.
Learn about the power of uranium to spontaneously change its atomic structure.
See how uranium makes weapons that could end all life on Earth possible.
Dr. Derek Muller visits a radon spa in the Czech Republic to take a radioactive bath.
Learn how one of Earth's most controversial elements has revolutionized society.
Unlock the mysteries of uranium, one of the Earth’s most controversial elements.
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