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  • January 5, 2015
    This is a nearly 3-minute supercut of every time Carl Sagan says millions, billions or trillions in the original PBS 'Cosmos' television series. How many times does he say it? I lost count about a minute in, but I imagine it's somewhere in the millions. Or maybe just a hundr... / Continue →
  • May 22, 2014
    This is a parody of Cosmos featuring Montez (Erik Griffin) from Workaholics as a high Neil DeGrasse Tyson. It's worth a watch. I especially liked the end. Of course the end of most things is the best part because 1) if it sucked then at least it's almost over and 2) if it wa... / Continue →
  • August 2, 2013
    If you haven't already seen it, this is the official trailer for the 13-part Cosmos miniseries coming to Fox sometime in 2014. The first thirty-five seconds feature some outerspace renderings and Carl Sagan's soothing voice, followed by two minutes of f***ing loud explosions, ... / Continue →
  • November 9, 2012
    Happy Carl Sagan Day. It's his birthday -- he would have been 78 today. So go read 'Cosmos'. Then watch the TV series. Then go read and watch 'Contact' (the movie with Jodie Foster). Or just read the quote above, 'The Pale Blue Dot', in reference to the photo Voyager 1 too... / Continue →
  • August 8, 2011
    Seen here giving us his best 'meet me behind the planetarium', acclaimed astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson is set to host the sequel to Carl Sagan's 'Cosmos', entitled 'Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey'. It will be a 13-part series airing on Fox during primetime in 2013 and produ... / Continue →
  • November 19, 2010
    Could you tell I was just on the road for 2.5 hours? Haha, I didn't think so! Wait, you could?! The short, unfunny posts gave it all away? Dammit. Now I feel like a maroon. I'm ugly too? Wow, talk about adding insult to injury! Somebody's coma-drinkin' tonight. So scie... / Continue →
  • July 9, 2009
    Eleven billion, that's pretty old. Probably dated your mom in high school. Ba-ba-ba-burn! Astronomers on Wednesday said they had found the farthest supernova ever detected, a giant star that ripped apart around 11 billion years ago. The ancient supernova was found after as... / Continue →