S3-E18 What Goes Around Comes Around
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Dud Gramley and Vickie discuss Season 3, Episode 18 – What Goes Around Comes Around
Carter deals with a new magnetic force tearing apart the town, Zoe gets unexpected news about her college application and Tess drops a bombshell about a job offer.
If you are a first time watcher, we suggest that you watch the episode BEFORE listening to this pod cast.
We are taking a week off between seasons. See you right back here on June 12, 2019 for Season 4, Episode 1 – Founder’s Day
Links to items discussed in this episode:
The word nemesis describes a rival who just somehow seems able to get the best of you. It can be someone you compete against, someone whose skills are nearly identical to yours and yet, your nemesis always seems to finish ahead of you, get a higher grade, and generally make you feel flustered.
Nemesis (Hypothetical Star):
Nemesis is a hypotheticalred dwarf or brown dwarf, originally postulated in 1984 to be orbiting the Sun at a distance of about 95,000 AU (1.5 light-years), somewhat beyond the Oort cloud, to explain a perceived cycle of mass extinctions in the geological record, which seem to occur more often at intervals of 26 million years. As of 2012, more than 1800 brown dwarfs have been identified.
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. It first started up on 10 September 2008, and remains the latest addition to CERN’s accelerator complex. The LHC consists of a 27-kilometre ring of superconducting magnets with a number of accelerating structures to boost the energy of the particles along the way.
West Wing – Superconducting Super Collider:
(West Wing – Dead Irish Writers)
Dr. Dalton Millgate is a physics professor who comes to speak to Sam, his former pupil in college, about the urgent need of investing in a Superconducting Super Collider.
Title Play Off:
What Goes Around, Comes Around – Phrase
Introduction: You may have heard the phrase ‘what goes around comes around’, either in a song lyric (or as the title of a Justin Timberlake hit), or simply said sagely by a friend or a family member. However, what does this phrase mean? Below, we explain the origin and meaning of this phrase, as well as its importance.
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