TEC114: Falling Chinese rockets were in the news this week, and Dom Bettinelli, Joanne Mercier, and Fr. Andrew Kinstetter talk about assessing relative risk and trusting in God, as well as the problem of orbital space debris. Plus, infrastructure hackers and deadly Snapchat filters.
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Links for this episode:
- Falling space debris, rising hopes to end it – CSMonitor.com
- NASA slams China after rocket debris lands near Maldives for ‘failing to meet responsible standards’ | Fox News
- A giant piece of space debris is falling to Earth. It probably won’t hit you. | Popular Science
- Colonial Pipeline hackers apologize, promise to ransom less controversial targets in future – The Verge
- Boy’s botched Amazon order leaves him with $2,620 worth of Spongebob Squarepants popsicles
- Snapchat Can Be Sued Over Role In Fatal Car Crash, Court Rules : NPR
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- Joanne: Discovery+
- Dom: Obsidian
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