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In this week's episode, I explain how we could use Jupiter as a source of fuel for our fusion reactors, what it means to say there's a scientific consensus, and if gravitational waves can trigger earthquakes.
01:26 Could we mine Jupiter for hydrogen?
03:24 What does "scientific consensus" mean?
07:04 Could gravitational waves trigger earthquakes?
08:47 Is there really a need to build Dyson Spheres?
10:52 Could aliens know our history?
12:33 When will there be good pictures from JWST?
14:19 What's holding up Starship?
16:21 What happens to ISS if Russia pulls out?
19:35 Would life be better at a K-star?
22:12 Where can we invest in space mining?
23:15 How do we know the source of gravitational waves?
24:22 Could the Solar System leave the Milky Way?
27:06 Are we Von Neumann probes?
28:17 Does SpaceX really land rockets?
29:29 Why aren't there more rovers going to the ice on the Moon and Mars?
30:43 How can Webb get solar power?
31:35 Are there any other uses for ISS?
33:18 Do neutron stars have crusts?
34:32 Will LUVOIR get build?
36:55 Would a diamond spaghettify entering a black hole?
38:11 Does life need a Jupiter to protect it?
39:47 Could we survive just living in spacesuits?
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