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Kirsten: And you are listening to This Week in Science on KDVS 90.3 Fm in Davis. Joining me in the studio today is not Justin. No, no, no. We have a guest host today, Andy Fell from here at UC, Davis. He work at the..
MH:: Good morning.
Kirsten: Good morning. You work at the news service and you’re jumping free of the print media.
Andy Fell: [Laugh]
Andy Fell: You know well — print broadcast, this is my first radio show. So here we go.
Kirsten: Yeheey! Exciting. I’m very excited to have you on today. Oh, and you get the bell. [Laugh] Making great use of the props in the studio already. This is good.
Andy Fell: I’ve got the rubber chicken too.
Kirsten: [Laugh] But Nobody gets to see that. If you’ve love to call us and say hello this morning, call in it 530-752-2777. You can say hello to Andy.
Justin: Disclaimer, disclaimer, disclaimer! From the beginning mankind and for that matter womankind have looked to the night sky for guidance, mystery and inspiration.
Gazing into the starry night we imagined all sorts of wondrous meanings in the twinklings from a distant sphere upon which they hung like Christmas lights on the inside of a cosmic snow globe to the embodiment of the gods themselves. And we found the twinklings to be useful here on earth.
Whether it was navigating a ship in uncharted waters or charting the fate of a new relationship. The stars held answers that could keep us from hitting the rocky shores.
While many brave scientists have died as heretics for defining these celestial inspirations, the true nature of the universe would not allow itself to be shrouded indefinitely from the mind of man or the mind of women for that matter.
And while the nightly twinkling of stars continues to inspire inspite of their true nature begin known much like the hosts of the following hour of programming, they do not necessarily represent the views of the University of California Davis KDVS or its sponsors.
And yet, if you looked carefully next time when the moon is hiding and the stars are at their brightest by connecting just a few points of light visible with the naked eye you may make out a message in the heavens that has been waiting to reach you for quite some time. I believe it says, stay tuned for This Week In Science, coming up next.
Justin: Disclaimer, disclaimer, disclaimer. There are places in the imagination that defy the laws of what is possible in reality, in wistful meanderings of the mind or purposeful ponderings of the impossible we construct these non-realities into definable states of being.
And when the mind that plays unsatisfied with the state of reality beyond its membrane textured walls begins to tinker with that reality and challenge the authority of what is and is not possible. And so, art, science and civilization are born.
While the meanderings of thought that precede our reality like the following hour of programming do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of the University Of California Davis KDVS or its sponsors, it is these very imagery meanderings whose outcomes, evidences, and flagrant flauntings of brave new realities we celebrate here on This Weekend Science- KDVS fund raiser edition, coming up next.