WHERE IS EVERYBODY: The Fermi paradox asks a simple question with a difficult answer – if the universe is so big, where are all the aliens? In the first part of this bumper season finale, Jack and Justin learn what vapours from Venus and signals from Sagittarius might mean for life beyond Earth. Tangents include: pizza, the Cybertruck, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, jazz & Mean Girls (2004 film). Additional writing by Ciarán Moffatt: https://www.pzinner.com.au/artists/ciaran-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 http://matesin.space