Good alternative
This podcast is a good alternative to Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s podcast. There’s no ego maniac constantly cutting off his guests, and making lame jokes. This podcast isn’t afraid to be a science podcast, and isn’t artificially injected with “humor” and doesn’t try to be political with a “comedian” co-host constantly making fun of half the population just for different political beliefs. This podcast gets to the point, though his monologues can get a LITTLE pedantic. But still absolutely solid.
Crazysabbath via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/19/22
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10 out of 10. Will cast again. This podcast is great because it helps translate all the nitty gritty details of physics into stories and analogies that anyone can listen to. For me, it helps fill in a lot of the gaps left over from Physics I and II, which left me with so many more questions...Read full review »
Matlas79 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/08/18
This space podcast is very interesting to both myself and my daughters. Paul Matt Sutter explains everything so well, that we may all be astrophysicists by the end of the year.
Under excited via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/28/16
I really enjoy listening this podcast and can recommend it to anyone who is interested in space, time and the universe. Paul explains complex concepts well and in a way that keeps you interested in the topic. Good stuff!
Jasaju via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 08/18/15
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