The Copernicus Complex: Are We Special in the Cosmos?

Caleb helps us to come to grips with the implications of some of the latest scientific research, from the microscopic to the cosmic.

- Silicon Valley Astronomy Lectures


Caleb Scharf, "The Copernicus Complex"

He talks with the editor of Scientific Mind, Ingrid Wickelgren

- Book TV After Words
September 22, 2014

Lee Billings & Caleb Scharf Talk Life Beyond the Stars

The science writers discuss the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe.

- Strand Bookstore
January 8, 2014

Ask the Expert

Caleb answers questions about black holes, gamma rays, galaxies, and the expansion of space.

- Scientific American Space Lab
June 6, 2013

Ingenious: Caleb Scharf

How our view of the universe, and ourselves, is changing.

- Nautilus
April 29, 2013

Ask the Expert

Caleb answers questions about matter and black holes.

- Scientific American Space Lab
October 16, 2012

Are We Stardust?

The simple answer to that question is: absolutely yes.

- Scientific American Space Lab
September 28, 2012

Authors at Google" Caleb Scharf: "Gravity's Engines”

Black holes blow bubbles. Caleb masterfully explains how these bubbles profoundly rearrange the cosmos around them.

- Talks at Google
September 19, 2012





Caleb discusses the weird and wonderful world of black holes.

- Focus Magazine

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The Mars Rover Curiosity and Life Elsewhere in the Universe

The Mars rover Curiosity has been making some startling discoveries.

- Pod Academy
December 4, 2012

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Black Holes – A Force for Good?

What do we know about the huge black vortexes in space?

- BBC World Service
October 20, 2012

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Chat With Caleb Scharf

Would we even be around to wonder about the universe if it wasn’t for black holes?

- The Think Atheist Show
August 12, 2012

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Define Life

Hear scientists squirm to define life and candidly describe their thoughts about various attempts at a definition that lead to an interesting conclusion.

- Sift
July 6, 2012

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