Walkabout the Galaxy
universes, dark energy
Astrophysics and Astronomy | Physics
The astroquarks have often wondered where all our alien friends are hanging out. Maybe they're all just in a different universe? Well, most of those universes are probably duds, and anyway, we'll never know! That's the whole definition of a universe. New research sheds light on the surprisingly small role dark energy plays in the early evolution of a universe, and then there's the question of AntMan and the Wasp: do they conserve mass or not when they shrink? We must know!
Hello "The Universe". A bit pretentious, don't you think? Here in universe 374445439834 we don't have "Walkabout the Galaxy" because, guess what: no podcasts! Also, no astroquarks! Also, no galaxies! Guess why: strong force ain't so strong over here, so we're good with Hydrogen, but if you want to inflate a Helium balloon, don't come knockin on our door! So Astroquarks, can Universe 374445439834 come live with you?
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Length of Episode
Colwell, Joshua; Dove, Adrienne; and Cooney, James, "Won't You Be My Neighbor Universe?" (2018). Walkabout the Galaxy Podcast. 51.