My mom always told me to wear fresh underwear in case I’m abducted… hopefully by aliens and not angry conspiracy theorists for saying aliens don’t actually exist.
Int his episode we continue to look at science, space, technology and some nonsense.
What’s more likely – a meteorite traveled billions of miles across the universe to make you rich, or you have some furnace slag that you call a meteorite? That’s what auctioneers and lunar geochemists have to go through every, kind of like the space version of Antiques Roadshow.
If I were to change careers, I would definitely be a space meteorologist. Thanks to new legislation introduced in the United States, we’re going to do a better job at monitoring what’s going to be threats from outside of this planet, mostly from our own sun. It might help prevent or lessen a world wide catastrophe by dodging the electronic and power issues of things like severe space weather.
Would you leave Earth if given a chance to live on Mars? You’re not alone. A new poll from Think Geek shows that only 13% of people say Earth is the only place for them. But imagine living on Europa or Mars. You wouldn’t have to deal with crazy neighbors or mosquitoes.
In technology, it’s a good reminder that the US Government has no right looking at your phone… unless they have a warrant. Don’t give up your rights. Know them.
AND the US Government is also giving drivers a hard time if they’re caught texting and driving. It’s a serious matter, so many some social shaming could change some habits or make them think twice.
All of this and more snarky-ness in the 13th installment of Let Me Explain.