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  1. While the focus of this video is the amazing job someone did to accompany this ad on guitar, the ad itself is pretty phenomenal.
  2. Wow. Today's episode was so great it caused us to stop the ongoing human hunt in our zoo so that we could listen. Thanks to everyone at Earwolf, along with Amy, Neil and Paul, for an awesome experience! We'll listen often during our upcoming hot-air balloon ride to the moon (which is sure to end in success, as all millionaire endeavors of this sort do).
  3. We're both longtime fans of the podcast (and now TV show) and have wanted to do this for a while. We hope you enjoy our submission. https://soundcloud.c...ans/plugs-theme
  4. Turns out that St. Clare (the original spelling) really is the patron saint of TV. Go figure. Also, amazing episode! Easily one of the best, which is really saying something.
  5. I can't stop fantasizing about the main bee after listening to this!
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    Episode 60 — Quantum Physics

    I thought this was an awesome episode. I'm one of those that think they occasionally step on their guests too often and prevent the conversation from going anywhere, but that was not the case this time. I enjoy Professor Blastoff the most when a balance between conversation and fun is reached, and this episode did it really well.
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    Episode 50 — Gravity

    Hi everyone, long time listener of the podcast and only my first post. I just wanted to pipe in because I'm not sure about a lot of things being "straight up wrong." I'm not a physicist. But there was one thing that caught my ear, and it's not so much about Christina being wrong as it is Aaron being correct. Christina more or less described 'gravitational lensing,' which is the effect that gravity has on light over long distances. But Aaron was also correct. I don't know the percentage, but many, many exoplanets have been discovered based upon observations of the star's "wobble." In fact, the math is so precise that several planets orbiting a single star have been discovered this way.