Slicer Tim Adamec is in the house and dumps $100 into the Swear Jar. Spoiler Alerts pale in comparison to Heart Break Alerts. Rocket launches are life changing experiences. CON Report from Joe. Hey! What about all these little ma-pa movie theaters that can’t afford the change to digital. Support your local theater! Gravity scares […]
Slicer Sean From Edwards gives an amazing tour of one NASA’s most historic but under appreciated aircraft… a B-52 used for test flight drop launches. Sean’s walk around description is a fine tribute to this famous but forgotten war bird.
Slice welcomes Geoff Notkin to the studio to geek out on Private Space Exploration companies and the amazing opportunities they might seize. Geoff, Meghan and Michael share boundless enthusiasm for the future of space flight, working and living in space. Government had its turn and opened the door to off-planet science, but this is a time in human history when new ways of launching, traveling and returning to/from orbit around earth as well as long distance and “one way” flights through our galaxy. Private Space Companies are the modern pioneers in space exploration!
Sam got to see a sneak preview of “Gravity” and shares her experience – OMG! What a ride it is… a beautifully done film that scares the crap out of you. Mike thinks it will be like “Open Water”, and worries that Sandy Bullock can’t be credible. Will it be like “Moon”? NO SPOILERS ARE IN THIS REPORT!
NASA’s Voyager has wandered for so long it’s running our of juice and needs to borrow some of your plutonium; Bagcast tells us about the Ladee project to the moon; Mars is the new Moon; Self healing technology comes from the Terminator movies; Microscopic App for your smart phone; how much poo is around you?; […]
The Bagcast is back! Friday is the launch of the LADEE Probe, headed to the Moon to to artificially create crop circles, mutilate cows, and implant transmitters under the skin of… no, wait. That’s wrong. LADEE is a science probe that will examine the Lunar Atmosphere in search of water particles drifting to/from the polar […]