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2021-08-18 Climate Change Argument Ignores Problem! While this p!ssing contest is going on, the changes in climate are doing more and more damage. If either of these arguers are not able to give a solution to the change in climate then they should both be ignored. The fact is if these arguments keep on distracting others from solving the problem,

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2021-04-19 We Are Stardust

“We are stardust brought to life, then empowered by the universe to figure itself out – and we have only just begun.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson

2021-03-24 We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

From a thread about what are the chances of intelligent life on other worlds outside of our solar system. Rick Flemming Why should anyone agree that “…the probability of life on other planets is greater than zero.” There is the thin sliver of the pie chart with *things we know*. The rest of the pie

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2021-03-14 A Lot More Trees Than Humans

Guy said prove it. There are 7.5 billion people. There are over 400 times as many trees, 3.04 Trillion. He doesn’t believe it rains diamonds on Neptune. Quote: “At a depth of 7,000 km, the conditions may be such that methane decomposes into diamond crystals that rain downwards like hailstones.[63][64][65] Scientists also believe

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2021-03-13 Can A Black Hole Suck In Another Black Hole?

A second grader asked Neil deGrasse Tyson this question. The answer is incredible. Space-time are so distorted that (I can’t spoil it by giving the answer. You have to watch – it’s only 3 minutes).

2021-03-02 Space Shuttle Was Not Analog

From comment Others are saying that this is analog. But even before the Shuttles the Apollo used a digital computer for guidance. I’m sure that in the years after the Apollos, they had even more digital equipment. And the analog days of the early 60s and before were mostly gone by this time. The major

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