Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Mock the background radiation

Is it just my imagination, or does the background for Mock the Week not mimic the iconic map of the temperature fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background radiation, detected by the COBE satellite in the early 1990s?

It's also disturbingly noticeable that the studio sets for Would I lie to you resemble the anisotropy in the background radiation detected by the WMAP satellite in 2003.

Thus, rather than lauching the Planck satellite in 2009 to further refine our understanding of the background radiation, perhaps we should simply analyse the Never mind the Buzzcocks studio sets...

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