We’re a bit amused by your frustration with the show. For even casual sports fans such as myself, it’s kind of nice to see you react the way we do to a penalty called against our favorite football team. Friggin’ Giants, man.
On StarTalk TV we found that pondering the final fate of the universe is a lot more comforting to Dr. Tyson than pondering the universe in the human body.
StarTalk TV goes to either the end of everything or the beginning of nothing, depending on your perspective. This episode was a natural follow to the Arianna Huffington episode in which she talked of the intersection of science and religion. Host Neil deGrasse Tyson seemed
Congratulations to Neil deGrasse Tyson and Star Talk for getting a second season. Thanks for not making me start a fan campaign to keep you on the air!
Neil deGrasse Tyson is a little more settled, less jumpy and more ready to listen to his guests before jumping in as he discusses sex and science on the latest episode of StarTalk TV.
What did we learn from StarTalk and its talk with director Christopher Nolan? Well, first of all, black holes suck, but not as bad as you think.
What’s the best way to get Americans interested in science? StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson marries our love of pop culture with deep thoughts about science, technology and the human condition. Obviously Mr. TV Recaps commandeered the remote.
The best things in life are free. The next best things in life cost $8. How do I know that? Because I’m happy to announce that our own Elaine F. will be making her storytelling debut at the Cornelia Street Cafe in NYC this coming