Episode 754: Q&A 152: Could We Detect Dyson Swarms? And More...
In this week's questions show, I explain why Dyson Spheres (and Swarms) should actually be pretty easy to detect across the Universe. If it's possible to service the Hubble Space Telescope with a Falcon 9, and will computers take jobs away from astronomers.
01:04 How could we detect Dyson Swarms?
07:24 How could we hide a Dyson Swarm?
10:03 Could a Falcon 9 service Hubble?
13:02 Will computers replace humans in astronomy?
16:30 Will any Venus missions be able to detect life?
18:43 Could you generate repeating gravitational waves?
20:25 What conventional wisdom will be disproven by science?
23:43 How much longer will Earth be habitable?
26:08 What will drive space exploration?
28:15 Will James Webb let us see more Universe?
29:27 What do I think about the similarity between cosmic filaments compared to the CMB?
30:27 What are some future propulsion systems?
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