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Could life on Earth be unique? (Fermi Paradox #2)

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HOLDING FERMI: In the second part of this bumper season finale, Jack and Justin talk about why us Earthlings might be the luckiest people in the universe. Tangents include: Kang & Kodos, the Voyager Golden Record, dinosaurs & the Treaty of Versailles. Additional writing by Ciarán Moffatt:

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY: Mates in Space is made on Kaurna Country, never ceded. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We also pay respect to other First Nation peoples.

ABOUT US: Mates in Space is a podcast about how we’re going to get to space without taking all of Earth’s bulls**t up with us! Each week, your hosts Jack and Justin will tell a different space story, in preparation for Australia’s exciting new future among the stars. It’s a bit nerdy, a bit sciency, and a lot of fun.

Mates in Space is now an independent podcast! Produced by Jack Eaton and Justin McArthur; hosted at P. Zinner & Co. For more info, check out our website at

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