Earth's "oldest" rock found WHERE? (and other affirmations)

Real Science Radio hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams begin with six science news headlines. (Midwest freeze, earth rock on the moon, furthest galaxies twice their previously estimated "impossible" size, plants beneath arctic ice, animals under antarctic ice, and what lies beyond New York and Viriginia's murderous abortion laws.) These reports tell us much about the world we live in and where it's come from and where it's all headed.

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* Program Note: China's announcement that the Moon's far side is 30 degrees colder than the near side prompted Bob and Fred to postpone discussion of the three remaining news headlines mentioned on today's program and instead next week to report on rsr.org/transient-lunar-phenomena.