Episode: Introducing Sean Carroll's Mindscape


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Introducing Sean Carroll's Mindscape

How big is our galaxy? Why do certain movies make us cry? And what exactly is string theory? Join Sean Carroll's Mindscape to dive deep into the biggest ideas in science, philosophy, culture and much more. Start listening today at http://wondery.fm/SCMindscape



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