I start off episode 459 by talking about assumption made about the possibility of life elsewhere in the Universe.
I play Chris Hadfields version of David Bowie’s Space Oddity.
I review the animated movie Home and the live action film
The first story of the afternoon is a short by David Scholes and read by Ron Huber called Virtual Reality Traveling.
The last story is The Strange Side by Brayan Ortiz.
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I start off episode 458 with observations concerning stupid questions and even stupider answers by the political pundits vying for the office of the
My musical selection was A Glorious Dawn by Symphony of Science.
From the Beam Me Up blog http://wrfrbeameup.blogspot.com/ a couple of
new planets have been discovered, but don’t look for either to be life bearing.
I review “Terminator Genisis”
And close with episode 36 of Jason Kahn’s In Plain Sight
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milo james fowler
episode 457 begins with a short discussion of the
ISS which segways into observations of Mars before
I take a short musical break with music frm
After the break I continue with a bit more Mars
I then discuss an article concerning the great work
that the probe Cassini is still doing around Saturn.
The final selection for the afternoon is Captain
Quazer by Milo James Fowler
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Colin P. Davies
Episode 456 was my Halloween episode which always incorporates Colin P, Davies’ classic tale Happy Halloween narrated by Kelly better known as Crystal Wizard. I absolutely love this story which has a masterful twist at the end.
The first story is a treat as we don’t get to have stories narrated by Ron Huber. The story is called the Benefactor written by David K. Scholes.
I start however with the movie Vice. With Bruce Willis and Thomas Jane among others.
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