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GWC #279: Vehicles in Sci-Fi, Part 1

We kick off a discussion of vehicles in sci-fi by defining the term “vehicle” and delving into why they’re so important to us both on and off the screen. We talk “state of the podcast” and give you a glimpse of some of our future plans for the cast and site. And we run down […]


GWC #267: What If, Part II

We explore more sci-fi what if situations, entering the world of classic arcade games, Halo, and Mass Effect. And we run down the week in geek, including lots of awesome new movie releases and the final home for NASA’s operational Space Shuttle orbiters.


GWC #262: Bonus Time Travel

In this short bonus podcast we extend our time travel arc by imagining how we’d become evil time travelers. And we run down the week in geek, including the new Voltron movie, the Space Shuttle Discovery’s last mission, and lots of gaming news. Also, we offer some last minute news about this week’s GWC International […]


GWC #261: Time Travel, Part III

We wrap up our time travel arc with a discussion of the morality of time travel, focusing specifically on Back to the Future. And we run down the week in geek, including the Space Shuttle Discovery’s final liftoff, a possible Blade Runner sequel, a possible RoboCop “reboot,” and lots more. If you haven’t yet RSVP’d […]


Shuttle Night Launch: Spectacular!

You may have missed this morning’s 2:28 a.m. ET launch of the space shuttle — unless you live in Brevard County, Florida. Besides the fact that the shuttle’s three main engines and two SRB’s make enough noise to be clearly heard in Orlando about fifty miles away, the launch is so bright it turns the […]


Shuttle Lands Safely — Almost No Coverage [Science Fact]

At 9:07 a.m. ET this morning, the Shuttle landed at KSC’s Shuttle Landing Facility, successfully completing a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. Besides a quick blurb on CNN and some blog posts around the ‘net, it went pretty much unnoticed. That always perturbs me a little bit. When I was in college in […]


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