Dr. John Learned, Monday, 5-18-15 May 19, 2015Posted by The Space Show in Uncategorized.
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Dr. John Learned, Monday, 5-18-15
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We welcomed Dr. John Learned to the show to discuss Fast Radio Bursts (FRB), neutrinos, and more. Note that this program was co-hosted with Dr. John Jurist. During the first segment of our 1 hour 26 minute discussion, Dr. Learned introduced us to FRBs and talked about what they may or may not be. We also talked about the Parkes Observatory in Australia and the peryton issue. The discussion of FRBs and peryton issues took up a significant part of our first segment. Later in the segment we switched over to talking about neutrinos. Dr Learned spoke to the three kinds of neutrinos, mass differences and more. We fielded many listener emails on neutrinos and the FRBs. I asked our guest about media reports suggesting FRBs might be a form of ET communication. Our guest addressed this several times during our discussion. Later in the segment, Sally asked what the benefit of these studies were to humanity. Dr. Learned appreciated the question and gave a good answer. In fact, he answered it several times during the program as did Dr. Jurist. Near the end of the segment, I asked how neutrons were detected. Detecting neutrons is quite a challenge so don’t miss the response. It is not trivial for sure.
In the second segment, we talked about the Purdue Group and other groups doing research with neutrinos per questions from listeners. Dr. Learned then spoke more about the hunt for modulated or variable stars. The subject of neutrino beams came up as a possible far out method of ET communication. Other topics in the segment included non linear dynamics, chaos theory, and frequencies. Later our guest talked about a new class of star found in the Kepler data. Our guest was asked about Higgs-Boson, we talked about the LHC, and the IceCube Neutrino Observatory and experiments. Our last topic addressed a series of questions about commercial space development, the cost to access space, and science research cost benefits.
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