Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world.
What is Space? | Brian Keating on Lex Fridman’s Podcast
Video interview at Dr Brian Keating
What is cosmic dust and how does it affect our understanding of the universe?
Brian Keating is an experimental physicist at the UCSD, author of Losing the Nobel Prize, and host of the Into the Impossible podcast. (Watch video interview excerpt here)
The Living Universe is Unimaginably Big and You’re a Part of it!
Presentation at Wisdom for Life
How big is the universe? Let’s take a journey from Earth to the solar system, closest stars, the Milky Way, and the observable universe. Along the way we will stop by the Oort cloud, Alpha Centauri, radiosphere, Andromeda galaxy, Virgo supercluster, and Laniakea.
(Watch full presentation here)
The Final Architecture
Book Review at Self Aware Patterns
Adrian Tchaikovsky’s The Final Architecture trilogy…is an epic space opera in the spirit of James S.A. Corey’s The Expanse, featuring a ragtag spaceship crew finding themselves embroiled in a war between different species and empires, and an overall struggle for intelligence in the universe to survive. (Read entire review here)
That was interesting in the What Is Space video.I never thought much about Space dust before…
I watched the video and noticed how Fridmen and Keating interacted, and they were on a ‘Cosmic’ wavelength understanding and I was just a spec on the wall. This video will require revisits to inculcate and deduce their meaning.
Max, you are not a fan of Dylan’s Long and Wasted Years?
Yea…some of it went above my head or they weren’t clear.
I haven’t heard it in a while but yes I like that…wasn’t it on Tempest?
It’s my penultimate article. Yes, it was on Tempest.