Walkabout the Galaxy
Mohamed Noor; speed of light
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
Professor Mohamed Noor, Star Trek Advisor, Dean of Natural Sciences at Duke University, and author of "Live Long and Evolve", comes back to the show to share his thoughts on extraterrestrial organisms big and small. He also shares some behind-the-scenes activity from the Star Trek Cruise. We also learn about a crazy new validation of the constancy of the speed of light, more space news, and Star Trek trivia. We also answer the question, if underwear is the safest material, why not just wear underwear everywhere?
If you've just beamed back from an alien world, or travelled in a shuttle pod or shuttle craft with questionable sanitary conditions, then grab a can of Decontamination Gel on your way into the decon chamber to get rid of those pesky alien microbes. Yes, you've inhaled them already, but your skin will come out squeaky clean following a nice decon gel wipe down bath and UV light bath. Warning, extended use of decontamination gel may result in Vulvan ear wax, Denobulan Grin Disorder, Klingon Forehead Syndrome, Q, Borg Queen dreams, and premature series cancellation. Decontamination Gel, good to the last drop. (Maxwell House)
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Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "Alien Life and Star Trek Diseases" (2020). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 115.