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In this week's questions show, I talk about how dark matter seems to clump differently from regular matter. When will Starships stop exploding? And what do I think about the Stellina telescope?
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00:36 Does dark matter clump?
05:35 When will Starships stop exploding?
10:33 What do I think about the Stellina telescope?
14:44 Do I think there's a bias against searching for life?
19:27 What will the far future of the Universe look like?
22:48 Where is the edge of space?
23:55 Do I recommend Babylon 5?
25:20 What about Battlestar Galactica?
26:17 Would I take a trip around the Moon?
29:19 What if a black hole met a white hole?
29:55 What's the state of James Webb?
31:18 What if Venus had a moon?
34:20 Is there a solution for Starship's legs?
37:55 Will Artemis prove we went to the Moon?
40:20 Could we build the Enterprise today?
44:07 Could we crowdfund space missions?
47:20 Will ping times doom interplanetary gameplay?
48:26 How do black holes have gravity?
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