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addsssaaa
Jul 30
Rating:   10
Great

One of the best astronomy podcasts out there. Working my way through every episode!

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Dr. Byrne
Jul 22
Rating:   10
Very interesting!

Who would have thought a podcast about quantum mechanics would be so interesting? I was intrigued from beginning to end.

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Paulio Stringcheez
Jul 19
Rating:   10
Interesting, entertaining and important!

Dr. Sutter investigates and explains interesting concepts and ideas in physics with simplicity, humor and enthusiasm. A joy to listen to! A wonderful Podcast for our times!

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Mikey hardcore
May 20
Rating:   10
Great space info, even better delivery

I like the way you speak, spaceman. The content is fascinating and entertaining, I can’t get enough! I’m excited for the audiobook on 6/2/20

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MarkChicagoIL
May 17
Rating:   4
Better Alternatives

Why does this guy talk so oddly?

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Saremo
May 13
Rating:   10
Wish more of my science teachers were like Paul!

This is definitely perfect for high school level understanding, which is awesome for most people. It’s advanced concepts explained in a way those of us who are not experts can understand. The range of topics is comprehensive enough for everyone to find plenty of things that interests them. I love the campiness! It proves Paul is truly passionate about his topics. He also has a very nice which is important in a podcast. The YouTube videos are also just as great!

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Carneades
May 6
Rating:   8
Interesting but simple

This is interesting and wide ranging. Although directed at adults this is really at a high school level. I suspect many astronomy fans are more knowledgeable than that. The discussion gets more sophisticated in the later episodes. The lecturer is clear but his exaggerated informal style can be annoying and clownish.

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Vtech214
Apr 23
Rating:   10
Phenomenal science communicator

I have been absolutely addicted. In about two weeks I have consumed nearly half of this podcast (truck driver, lots of free time to listen haha). Paul Sutter manages to do a perfect balancing act between dumbing down the content enough for the layman while still making it technical and mentally stimulating. He touches on many aspects of astronomy and Astro-physics that I had never been exposed to before. If you love learning about space but have found it difficult to learn anything new and exciting, please give this podcast a try.

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Flerk69
Feb 19
Rating:   10
String theory

Wow. The marathon man. Never have so few given so much for so little. Still, thank you. I feel better about feeling worse about ST. Definitely perfect job explaining all aspects the topic (now skewered to death, especially in that science must be predicting and testable). Now keep the new format: steady music, no more Norwegian death metal EDM dance beats (unless you morph into a video podcast, with go-go dancers), just the facts ma'am, no cutsie sidetracks or entire segments that add nothing to the topic (keep cheese, we can tell its important to you). Also, keep taking people on science/booze field trips to fight the dumbing down of whats left of our republic. Also, think of discussing what physics can help defeat global warming (boost nuclear physics, astronomy and anatomy of other observed planetary casualties of heat death, etc., i know its a spaceman podcast, but your podcast is at risk from weather, morons, government, etc. It is a beautiful distraction, but expand your mind, man. Use your bully pulpit to save mankind from MORE IMMEDIATE existential threats to our way of life, sanity, and safety on this shrinking ball. Back to ST. I am a retired professional geologist (so, stamp collector) and i love what you do. Your extended treatise on ST was necessary, perfectly executed, and very well received. Saved it up, listened to all of it, many parts several times, until i understood your positions. In my retirement, you are a large part of my continuing education, thus the sustenance keeping me from that long dark night. And now i know WHY i squirm when i hear “ST”, and i thank you for that. Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is scary. Speak truth! Shine the light, brother. You go. Love the mission. Regards, John Reader, Texas 936 203 0292. Peace and Love. PS, if i was 10 years younger, i would be on the eclipse boat with you next year. Have fun!

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Fjderffhh
Feb 7
Rating:   10
Entertaining, funny and seriously informative

The host finds the sweet spot between too technical and the maddeningly superficial explanations on some other physics podcasts. The ongoing series of episodes on string theory are a great example. It has really given me a better idea of what string theory is supposed to be about, without falling into the “Gee-whiz”-ardry typical of popular explanations, or (thankfully) actually going into the math.I am also amused and entertained by his delivery. His style is reminiscent of another of my favorite podcasters, Dan Carlin of Hardcore History.

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Rick Vargo
Jan 23
Rating:   10
Informative

Explains theories and topics on the level a non-scientist can understand.

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Forestbirdtree
Nov 24 '19
Rating:   10
Fantastic

The host has a delightful dark existential source of humor. He discusses physics and cosmology topics in more detail and greater rigor than other science podcasts but in a way that remains very understandable.

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Edawg05
Sep 17 '19
Rating:   10
Love your podcast!

Hey! Fellow fourteen year old here, just wondering if you could make an episode as to what general and special relativity is. Or maybe it’s simple enough to where you can shortly explain it. Love listening to your podcast because its full of interesting ideas and theories and always keeps me thinking!

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Gandalf the Alien Grey
Aug 22 '19
Rating:   10
Awesome

Interesting, understandable scientific talk on the very nature of the universe. Deep subjects covered in an approachable and engaging manner. One of the very best!

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Tgk809
Aug 19 '19
Rating:   10
My favorite podcast.

This show is so interesting. Paul Sutter is clearly influenced by Dan Carlin, and his style holds up to Carlin. Keep up the great work!

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K money baby
Aug 17 '19
Rating:   10
Informative.

Complex scientific work ideas and information of the cosmos etc. Spoken in a way that's achievable for a person to grasp. Love it thank you sir for you’re work.

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ZapZap0
Jun 23 '19
Rating:   10
Fun and informative

Dr. Sutter has a unique talent for conveying complex science and a fun and entertaining way.

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Vfshkkptswdf
Jun 20 '19
Rating:   10
The best

Informative, funny, totally entertaining

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ChrisR.Adams
Jun 18 '19
Rating:   10
Pleasantly addictive

Great communicator with a wonderful sense of humor. Dr Spaceman describes difficult concepts in a way that is easy to understand.

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Lens Bender
May 30 '19
Rating:   10
Move Over Neil deGrasse Tyson, Brian Greene,...

...Brian Cox, etc. Astrophysicist Paul Sutter is a master communicator who thoroughly understands his subjects and makes even the most difficult material fascinating. I fully expect to see him hosting full-length documentaries on TV once producers discover him; because, he is so knowledgeable, so engaging, so entertaining, and so passionate in his desire to share his physics knowledge with others. His is the best astrophysics podcast hands down!

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