Evadot Podcast #10 – Mars methane, astronomy controversy, and a new theory of gravity with Stuart Clark

Today Michael is joined by Dr Stuart Clark, author of books such as Deep Space, The Sun Kings, Galaxy and many others.

Stuart is a noted lecturer and we talk about:

  • Methane on Mars, maybe the biggest research story to tackle in 2009
  • Astronomy controversies 150 years ago
  • A new theory of gravity.  Maybe dark matter doesn’t make much sense after all.

It would be wonderful to live through one of these revolutions where fundamentally everything you think you know changes – Dr. Stuart Clark.

You can see Stuart in person at one of his many talks.

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4 thoughts on “Evadot Podcast #10 – Mars methane, astronomy controversy, and a new theory of gravity with Stuart Clark

  1. Wow… that's a great interview. Interesting. I need to hunt down Dr Clark's books now…

  2. This podcast blew my mind. For one, I hadn't heard about the model that shows Martian methane being destroyed at 600 times the rate on Earth. That idea alone solidifies it as a “must investigate” topic for future missions.I was also grateful to be introduced to Modified Newtonian Dynamics. I'm collecting anomalies and oddities in preparation for my own work in gravitational physics, and MOND sounds like an interesting alternative to dark matter.Great topics, and a fascinating interview. Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

  3. This podcast blew my mind. For one, I hadn't heard about the model that shows Martian methane being destroyed at 600 times the rate on Earth. That idea alone solidifies it as a “must investigate” topic for future missions.I was also grateful to be introduced to Modified Newtonian Dynamics. I'm collecting anomalies and oddities in preparation for my own work in gravitational physics, and MOND sounds like an interesting alternative to dark matter.Great topics, and a fascinating interview. Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

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