Nothing

Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its various guises - religious, philosophical, literary, scientific and anecdotal.

As philosophers and scientists search increasingly for nothing, he sets out to discover whether we can ever truly know nothing, and, if we can, whether it will lead to our salvation or destruction.

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19970526Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its various guises - religious, philosophical, literary, scientific and anecdotal.

As philosophers and scientists search increasingly for nothing, he sets out to discover whether we can ever truly know nothing, and, if we can, whether it will lead to our salvation or destruction.

Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its various guises - religious, philosophical, literary, scientific and anecdotal.

As philosophers and scientists search increasingly for nothing, he sets out to discover whether we can ever truly know nothing, and, if we can, whether it will lead to our salvation or destruction.Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its guises. He sets out to discoverwhether people can ever truly know nothing, and, if so, whether it will lead to salvation or destruction. Producer Chris Wilson

Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its various guises - religious, philosophical, literary, scientific and anecdotal.

As philosophers and scientists search increasingly for nothing, he sets out to discover whether we can ever truly know nothing, and, if we can, whether it will lead to our salvation or destruction.

Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its various guises - religious, philosophical, literary, scientific and anecdotal.

As philosophers and scientists search increasingly for nothing, he sets out to discover whether we can ever truly know nothing, and, if we can, whether it will lead to our salvation or destruction."Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its various guises - religious, philosophical, literary, scientific and anecdotal.

As philosophers and scientists search increasingly for nothing, he sets out to discover whether we can ever truly know nothing, and, if we can, whether it will lead to our salvation or destruction.

Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its guises. He sets out to discoverwhether people can ever truly know nothing, and, if so, whether it will lead to salvation or destruction. Producer Chris Wilson"

Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its various guises - religious, philosophical, literary, scientific and anecdotal.

As philosophers and scientists search increasingly for nothing, he sets out to discover whether we can ever truly know nothing, and, if we can, whether it will lead to our salvation or destruction."Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its guises. He sets out to discoverwhether people can ever truly know nothing, and, if so, whether it will lead to salvation or destruction. Producer Chris Wilson"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970526]Ian Peacock explores the concept of nothing in all its guises. He sets out to discoverwhether people can ever truly know nothing, and, if so, whether it will lead to salvation or destruction. Producer Chris Wilson
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970526] Unknown: Ian Peacock

Producer: Chris Wilson