Saturday, September 23, 2006

TPD Podcast EP: 004
Click here to listen to the podcast
Click here to listen to the interview


Because of the size of the interview, we decided to split the files and have episode 4 seperate from the interveiw for bandwidth purposes. We know, we know, this episode was kind of crappy. Admittedly, we wanted to get a show out before our week-long vacation. Because of this we didn't have time to read through the articles correctly, but we'll link them here if you're interested in following up on them.

For this week, we covered:

Interview - We chat with Stanford Ph.D Richard Fralick on the physics of 9/11 conspiracies.
  1. Record Setting Rotators - Observations show that the earliest galaxies evolved a lot faster than initially anticipated.
  2. Cork World - A new planet is discovered with the density only 1/4 that of water.
Special: ISS it worth it?
The International Space Station gets some new power, but is it all really worth the time and effort?




This weekend, Andrew details just how bizarre things get when one travels close to the speed of light.


-Scott



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