Bram Boroson has basically been everywhere. Well equipped in math, he has been able to migrate between observational Astrophysics and quantum gravity models with relative ease. It’s rare to find someone who has done work in both theoretical and observational which makes his unique level of appreciation for both worlds stand outstandingly bright. We enjoyed hearing the clever methods behind observing neutron stars, dust clouds, measuring pulsars, discrete space-time. random walks, graphine structure and how special relativity plays a role, and the ever underrated Mach’s Principle, which Bram breaks down beautifully. This is part One of Two because…we couldn’t narrow it down so we just let the tape roll.