Origin of Our First Interstellar Visitor

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skeptoid's picture

When this dull expert disagress with a more animated and imaginative expert like NDT, how do you determine which of the two is more expert than the other so you know who to believe without question?

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sal9000's picture
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dude its PBS. you know that company that does pledge drives? unfortunatly this guy

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doesn't do pro-bono work

 

from what i can see. it came down to the current host or this guy
 

but the guy say "uh"  3 times within the first 12 seconds. for a prepared presentation, thats not very professional

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skeptoid's picture

LOL One take, no pauses, ad-libbed from memory on the fly before a trade show. Still used today.

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sato's picture

it's science, so since they're working from the same sources, they'll be saying the same thing.

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LonnSossage's picture

Why didn't they name it Polyphemus?

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sato's picture

still disappointed not to hear any theory as to the cause of the shape. lots about where it could have come from, but what forces could have caused that amount of elongation?

they say "Our observations are entirely consistent with it being a natural object" but also "Oumuamua revealed an unprecedented shape."

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