Mr Neil deGrasse Tyson's take

on your favourite subject dear Snotrians

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+2 1. Austin commented 297 days ago

Our favourite subject? You mean using science, empiricism, evidence, hypothesis, testing, falsifiability providing theories to explain things?? And then to hypothesize and extrapolate from what we know to potentialities? And with a delightful dose of humour? In the words of a great and treasured and well respected America intellectual ‘you betcha’!!
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+1 2. ComentAtor commented 297 days ago

#1 yes , as my friend says "science" cult :D i know it was on snotr before, but we should see it once in a few years
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-2 3. nomaddaf commented 297 days ago

If stars made the elements, what were stars made of to begin with?
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+2 4. Austin commented 297 days ago

#3 nomaddaf Q: ‘If stars made the elements, what were stars made of to begin with?’

A: Thetans thanks to Lord Xenu, dictator of the "Galactic Confederacy", of course. And, to answer your next good question, the stars are all 75 million years old. Duh.
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0 5. snotraddict commented 296 days ago

Very interesting. Thanks CommentAtor.