The Odds of Finding Life and Love | It’s Okay to be Smart

What can a nuclear physicist and a search for aliens teach us about finding love – and doing math?  In “The Odds of Finding Life and Love,” from the PBS Digital Studios series It’s Okay to be Smart, host Joe Hanson pairs the question of finding love with Enrico Fermi’s paradox of why we haven’t crossed paths with any extraterrestrials, given the billions of stars and planets in the galaxy and 13 billion years of existence.

While considering big numbers, you’ll find thousand of resources

for mathematics that you can filter by grade, content and resource type at PBS LearningMedia, where you can also find this video from It’s Okay to be Smart.


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