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In which John Green gives advice to students returning to school for summer break, discusses the reasons public education exists, and celebrates the landing of…Continue
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Submerged in a link about Skylons vs SLS that Vertigo_One put in a discussion the other day was this:
It's a website by an engineer named Dan who seems to have figured out how to build The Enterprise spaceship using existing technology. He thinks it can be done in 20 years with a mere $1 trillion, and of course, it would take…Continue
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It's Hanko de Mayo! We all know Hank loves the James Webb Space Telescope, so hopefully he'll like our gift. In addition to his gift, nerdfighteria is celebrating Hank's birthday by letting our elected officials know that Increasing Awesome through scientific exploration is important to us. You'll find the email I wrote my congressperson and senators below. You can copy it,…Continue
In which John Green pretends to be Charlie McDonnell by answering the same questions Hank asked him, while signing a lease at his new office and getting the movie option for The Fault in Our Stars signed and notarized. Also, John tells a story about the astronaut who farted on the moon.
And yes, since apparently a lot of you did not know this, the movie rights to my…Continue
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how could be no edge in the universe that is not really possible because in the big bang there was an expansion point so an ''edge'' or the nothing to something part that had to have an edge but it still confuses me that it keeps going and going that you never find it so theoricaly there is an edge... or maybe.
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In which Hank discusses his trip to Northrop Grumman and how odd it is that the same people responsible for the most important…Continue
Added by Haua (Projects Ningmaster) on April 6, 2012 at 7:13pm — No Comments
In which Hank discusses NASA's new Space Launch System (SLS) and the Orion space vehicle, which are (unlike the space shuttle) designed exclusively for deep-space missions to places including our moon, the asteroids, and Mars.
In other news, I also made a video about the Invisible Children / Kony 2012 campaign because, of course, how could I help myself. It will be at…Continue
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Michael Aranda (http://www.youtube.com/michaelaranda) recently moved to Missoula to help with the production of SciShow and Crashcourse.
I was at Target and I saw this Millenium Falcon and I needed it, so we spent like four hours last night constructing it. And then I spent another four hours this morning making this…Continue
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December 17th, 2010 by Monique Muro
Based in a century when space travel and artificial intelligence are as common as catching a continental flight to Europe, science…Continue
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In which Hank talks about the 0.45% of the federal budget devoted to space education, and what NASA is doing with that money.
Just an aside, my friends often say that we shouldn't be spending money on space when we have so many problems here on Earth. And I understand that argument. But I think that mentality is flawed. We can't wait until…
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In which Hank takes on the Fermi Paradox. Why, if there are so many stars in our galaxy, have we not heard from inhabitants of other galaxies. Hank honestly believes that it is because we're stupid to think that civilizations communicate the way we do, think the way we do, or act the way we do. And if they do act in any of those ways, they probably won't do it for very long, because we probably won't do it for very long…Continue