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Beam Me Up #374 In The Mourning con – Edward McKeown

Jul
14
Edward McKeown

Edward McKeown

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to episode 374 of Beam Me Up for show date 7/13/13.

After my usual show intro I open the program with one of my favorite tunes, Thomas Dolby’s She Blinded Me With Science.  Yep this crazy tune encapsulates this program.

In news, Nasa’s Jason-1 was decomissioned this week after more than 11 years.  Not bad for something that was on supposed to last 3 years or so.  I say that’s a good return on their investment!

Instead of a regular weekly rundow, he does a review of The Tale Synphonia game / anime.

Next I read some trivia from the Dagger of the Mind.

From the blog, I review the Disney movie Oz: The Great and Powerful.  Japan is still gaga over power exoskeleton and NASA is giving composite materials.

And Finally I play the last of Ed McKeown’s story, In the Mourning.

 

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Beam Me Up # 373 To Bere Arms – Wes Parish + In The Mourning p3 – Ed McKeown

Jul
08
Ed McKeown

Ed McKeown

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome all to episode 373 of Beam Me Up.  I hope you find it to your liking!

I start off this week with a ‘discussion’ of one of the most egregious decimation of antiquities that I have come across in some time and that is saying something….

Following a musical interlude (The Big Bang by the Barenaked ladies) I get out the Star Trek Trivia book for a little bit of hey did you remember this?

Then it’s off to the BMU blog for Kallamis’ Week In Review.  This week Kallamis talks about an asteroid hunting telescope Sentinel auction, An astronauts guide to life on Earth by Chris Hatfield, a spinoff of Once Upon a Time?, More about the TMNT – Kallimis is on another rant….

A mystery signal from deep space, NASA’s revolutionary 7kw ion engine finally is being shut down after five years of continuous operation, you will not believe how many life supporting planets might exists in the Milky Way.

The first story of the afternoon is Wes Parish’s To Bere Arms.

And finally part 3 of Edward McKeown’s In the Mourning.

That’s it!  Hope you enjoy it.

 

 

 

 

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