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Comments of the Week #121: From the Big Bang’s location to unscientific America

7 Aug 2016, 19:33 UTC
Comments of the Week #121: From the Big Bang’s location to unscientific America
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“…even if we don’t understand each other, that’s not a reason to reject each other. There are two sides to any argument. Is there one point of view that has all the answers? Give it some thought.” -Alder, from Pokémon
It’s been a fantastic week here at Starts With A Bang, with stories ranging from the beginning of the Universe to how we do business here on Earth in 2016. We’ve got a topic picked out for our next podcast on SoundCloud, on the Big Bang and what it does (and doesn’t) mean, plus I’ll be recording a radio show with Dr. David Livingston of The Space Show this Tuesday night! Thanks as always to our generous Patreon supporters, who make our podcasts and ad-free reruns on a 7-day delay over on Medium possible. What did we cover last week? Let’s take a look back:

Where did the Big Bang happen? (for Ask Ethan),
Why some galaxies appear dustier on one half than the other (for Mostly Mute Monday),
Young stars are missing from our galaxy’s center,
Where does the mass of a proton come from?,
The ‘awesome’ Perseid meteor shower is awfully overhyped, and
Newt Gingrich exemplifies just how ...

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