Science Friday: Stephen Colbert, Brian Greene, and Galileo’s Cannon

May 27, 2016

Stephen Colbert once again flouting the conventions of media by assuming his audience is smart, curious, and wants to know stuff.

More please.
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4 Responses to “Science Friday: Stephen Colbert, Brian Greene, and Galileo’s Cannon”

  1. indy222 Says:

    gads. As if the Republican Apocalypse wasn’t enough to worry about.

  2. neilrieck Says:

    Thanks but this is not the Science Friday I was thinking of.
    This is: http://www.sciencefriday.com/

  3. neilrieck Says:

    Now the meanings might have changed over the years but I thought a “super nova” was an explosion which comes after a crushing event where protons and electrons are crushed into neutrons and anti-neutrinos. Likewise, a “hyper nova” is an explosion proceeded by a crushing event where quarks are forced to combine.


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