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Monday, January 28, 2002
Is that the mean or the median color?...

Wednesday, January 30, 2002
It's not easy being green...

Friday, February 1, 2002
The average note of 'Ode to Joy' is F sharp...

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January 28, 2002: Kepler: Exciting news! The average color of the universe is a greenish-turquoise! Al: Wow. Just when you thought hard science was dead. Mitch: Won't that clash with the color of the universe's curtains? January 30, 2002: Kepler: On average, the universe is a greenish color. What does this tell us makes up most of outer space? Will: Uh... space? Skip: Leaves, dude! Mitch: Frogs? Al: Pesto? Kepler: Why do I even bother? Someone: Oh! Oh! It's green cheese! Like on the moon! February 1, 2002: Kepler: See, Al, the important thing about the green-turquoise tint to the universe is-- Al: Knock it off. It's a meaningless statistic. It's like finding the average note of Bethoven's 9th, or finding the average color of my chewed-up meal! It doesn't mean anything! Kepler: It means some scientist gets a new grant! Al: Maybe it means God likes 1950's interior decorating.