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Comments of the Week #162: from singularity evaporation to the loss of Earth’s helium

29 May 2017, 00:51 UTC
Comments of the Week #162: from singularity evaporation to the loss of Earth’s helium
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“The ability to listen and learn is key to mastering the art of communication. If you don’t use your verbal skills and networking, it will disappear rapidly.” -Rick Pitino
It’s been a week full of amazing and controversial stories about the Universe here at Starts With A Bang! Did you catch the fantastic live event on Wednesday at Peddler Brewing Company in Seattle: Astronomy on Tap, starring me and the incredible Sarah Tuttle? If not, you can catch it now!
If you’re in a multimedia mood, you’re in luck, because the newest (and twentieth!) Starts With A Bang podcast is now live: on the Fate Of The Universe. It took us 13.8 billion years to get to this point; learn about all the rest to come in just 20 minutes!
This past week has been filled with some great stories that I hope you enjoyed, including:

What happens when a black hole’s singularity evaporates? (for Ask Ethan),
It’s dimming! Astronomers jump at opportunity to solve the mystery of Tabby’s star (for Mostly Mute Monday),
Isaac Newton vs. Las Vegas: how physicists used science to beat the odds at roulette (an incredible story by Paul Halpern),
Science busts the biggest myth ...

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