Tuesday, January 24, 2012


Twin peaks

How might one go about arranging a search for intelligent life in the universe? Presuming that most, if not all, organic lifeforms closely resemble our own seems to be the prevailing opinion as to where to start. Thus, as we speak, scientists are searching the cosmos for planets that fall within the habitable zone of sun-like stars. Enter Kepler 22b, the best approximation found thus far. What, specifically, is known about this planet that many are now referring to as "Earth's twin"? And how realistic are our expectations? Dr. Woldar and Skyler Hall adorn the Science Panel along with our host.

The Shortstop, Alley Ashram.

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