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Stuart Robbins

Stuart Robbins is a professional Astrologist and Geophysicist, he also written, hosted and produced Exposing Pseudo Astronomy Podcast.


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Episode 169 - Modern Eclipse Lunacy, Part 3: Richard Hoagland's Claims
Exposing PseudoAstronomy
In the final regular episode in the three-part Solar Eclipse of August 2017 series, several of the claims made by Richard Hoagland are addressed. Three types of claims are examined: Whether shadow bands indicate there are glass structures on the Moon, whether the Accutron watch readings indicate there is a hyperdimensional physics, and alleged disinformation.
Episode 168 - Common (and False) Fine-Tuned Universe Beliefs, Discussed
Exposing PseudoAstronomy
An exploration into four groups of fine-tuning arguments used by some to say that we are special: Solar outbursts, habitable zone, lunar origin and effects, and giant planets and impacts on Earth.
Episode 167 - Modern Eclipse Lunacy, Part 2: Flat Earth
Exposing PseudoAstronomy
The August 2017 total solar eclipse was seen by hundreds of millions of people, and yet some of them have tried to use it to promulgate pseudoscience. In this Part 2 episode, I discuss ideas about the eclipse promoted by proponents of the idea that Earth is flat.
Episode 166 - Stellar Evolution, Age of the Universe, and Young-Earth Creationism
Exposing PseudoAstronomy
The half-truth and misconception addressed in this episode is whether the age of a star with error bars that overlap with the age of the universe means all of science is wrong and the universe was created 6000 years ago.
Episode 165 - Little Things in Space
Exposing PseudoAstronomy
Three separate topics all tied together by a commonality: A little bit of something that you tend to only experience in space. First up is microgravity, then near-vacuum, and then what it means to have a temperature in space.
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4 days, 7 hours