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Tagged with “space” (4)

  1. The Truth: Moon Graffiti

    Our story was inspired by a real contingency speech written in 1969 by William Safire for Richard Nixon titled “In Event of Moon Disaster." It was the most listened-to piece on PRX in 2010, and the winner of the 2010 Mark Time Gold Award for Best Science Fiction Audio.

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  2. Protecting Project Pulp No. 16: Henry Kuttner | Protecting Project Pulp

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  3. Skeptic Check: Saucer’s Apprentice

    They’re here! About one-third of all Americans believe we’re being visited by extraterrestrial spacecraft. But wait, you want evidence?

    UFO sighting are as prevalent as flies at a picnic. But proof of visitation – well, that’s really alien.

    Hear why belief in extraterrestrial UFOs persists … and why military sightings that “can’t be explained” don’t warrant rolling out a welcome mat for ET.

    Plus, the most fab UFOs in the movies!

    It’s Skeptic Check… but don’t take our word for it!


    • Phil Plait – Keeper of the skeptical website
    • Benjamin Radford – Research Fellow with the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry and managing editor of “Skeptical Inquirer Science Magazine”
    • Leslie Kean – Journalist, and author of UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record
    • Susan Clancy – Psychology Researcher, Harvard University and author of Abducted: How People Come to Believe They Were Kidnapped by Aliens
    • Thomas Bullard – Folkorist at Indiana University and author of The Myth and Mystery of UFOs

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  4. Space elevators, black holes and time travel

    The science of space, with Dr Alastair Reynolds. Plus: how does broadband go faster?; why can’t nuclear waste be shot in to the Sun?; and what happens when black holes merge?


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