Curiosity Daily Podcast: Earth's Atmosphere May Be Rusting the Moon

Learn why the concept of zero is newer than you might think, how you can worry more productively, and why the Earth’s atmosphere might be rusting the moon.

October 12, 2020

Episode Show Notes:

The Concept of Zero Is Newer Than You'd Expect by Reuben Westmaas

How to Worry More Productively by Kelsy Donk

Earth's Atmosphere May be Rusting the Moon by Grant Currin

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