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After being gone for a bit of time, I return to discuss where I have been, what to expect for the future (when more episodes will air), and if you need your fix of Dr. Stu, there is a new podcast that I have released with two of the co-hosts of The R... more
In the final regular episode in the three-part Solar Eclipse of August 2017 series, several of the claims made by Richard Hoagland are addressed. Three types of claims are examined: Whether shadow bands indicate there are glass structures on the Moon... more
An exploration into four groups of fine-tuning arguments used by some to say that we are special: Solar outbursts, habitable zone, lunar origin and effects, and giant planets and impacts on Earth.
A shame he gave up on such a promising podcast, but I'm sure his work was more important.
Somehow Dr Stu makes concepts I have no real knowledge of completely approachable. I am fascinated by astronomy and physics... I have listened to many of the ‘coast to coast’ type programs over the years. This show covers so many topics I’ve been skeptical, but honestly curious about. I have listened over and over while working, picking up little concepts of scientific formulas Dr Stu throws out as a foundation for exploring the shows topic. Apologies if this review is choppy, I planned on writi... more
It’s been inactive for a while and I’ve been re-listening to it.
That was painful
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Exposing PseudoAstronomy launched 12 years ago and published 175 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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