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16:37 Everyone seems to assume that the DM particle or particles couple with the nuclear Weak force. It might, as the neutrino does. But then again, there is no guaranty of that. It could interact only via the gravitational force, in which case we would only ever be able to observe it gravitationally... which is fine. Gravity is a perfectly valid way of observing things. One should be careful to avoid the irrationality of EM Chauvinism.
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I'm a 51 year old guy who, at the moment, would like to die. But I have a 15 year old dog and an ill 8 year old cat, plus some very fundamental cosmological science questions I want to see answered before I go. For all the time I spend depressed... the joyous periods make it worthwhile. And the anticipation of finding some of the answers I seek. I learned long ago that even though I want to die, suicide is not the proper decision. We simply have to trudge through the bad times and realize there will also be good times. But it can be difficult. Very difficult.
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Not really worth watching when it is performed by "The Chipmunks".
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Carroll is certainly the more clear and listenable of the two. Feynman's tirade on 'why' was most tedious, and served no real purpose.

Like poles of magnets repel because the EM force works that way. That's the empiirical view. For a more formal and rigorous description see Maxwell's equations.
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15:22 So... when during the series did Klingons become such bleeding heart wussies?
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At 10:00 she meant to say 3000K.
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Today would have been Hillary's 51st birthday.
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It's always great to hear a scientist who is also good lecturer speak passionately on a topic. Unfortunately, this is not one of those instances. I'm sure the content is fascinating. But the presentation is repellent.
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36:50 "Mr. Kelso"

Named in homage of the character "Lee Kelso" from Star Trek TOS's 2nd pilot, "Where No Man Has Gone Before". It is unknown whether there was any blood relation. But I'd bet there was.
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24:58 He actually looks pretty damned good in the makeup and wig. He should keep that look.
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