New Horizons - Pluto

Episode 043 – Little Planet with a Big Heart

David Rainsberger II Podcast, Science, Space Leave a Comment

The Dweebs talk about the historic New Horizons Mission to the Pluto system and beyond. New Horizons spacecraft took 9 years to get to the Pluto system and is sending back high resolution photos of the planet for the first time in history as well as doing some great science. …

Episode 043 – Little Planet with a Big Heart was last modified: July 16th, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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Episode 040 – Fallout for Pluto

David Rainsberger II Gaming, Movies, Podcast, Science, Space Leave a Comment

Dweebs wrap up the week in the nerd sphere talking about Fallout 4 and its official release announcement trailer. Also what has Marvel done showing the world a cinimatic universe is possible! They have set a precedent for studios to start connecting movies that have no reason to be connected. …

Episode 040 – Fallout for Pluto was last modified: June 7th, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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Episode 038 – The Future of Humanity

David Rainsberger II Ideas, Podcast, Science, Space, Technology Leave a Comment

The Dweebs contemplate the next 85 years of humanity. Space exploration and biological manipulation are on the horizon. Will we take advantage of our exponential growth of technology in a positive way? Or will it inevitably be our demise? Suggested Media: Mining Legislation EmDrive and Cannae Alcubierre Drive Tsiolkovsky rocket …

Episode 038 – The Future of Humanity was last modified: May 26th, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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Episode 032 – Interstellar Review

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Dweebs review the film Interstellar. Space epic directed by Christopher Nolan blew peoples minds in 2014 and we discuss the science and plausibility now that it is finally available to purchase. Suggested Media: Timeline Infographic Alternative¬†Ending 10 Dimensions Explained Black Hole Paper Written Gargantuan Make sure to follow us on …

Episode 032 – Interstellar Review was last modified: April 5th, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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Book Review: Foundation and Earth

Riley Sproul Ideas, Literature, Science, Scifi, Space Leave a Comment

I’ve decided to read The Foundation Series by Isaac Asimov, as per recommendation of David, and I’m going to make a few observations and sometimes summaries, each of the seven books. Also I’ll be reading the books, not in the order they were published, but in the chronological sequence. There …

Book Review: Foundation and Earth was last modified: May 13th, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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Book Review: Foundation’s Edge

Riley Sproul Ideas, Literature, Science, Scifi, Space Leave a Comment

I’ve decided to read The Foundation Series by Isaac Asimov, as per recommendation of David, and I’m going to make a few observations and sometimes summaries, each of the seven books. Also I’ll be reading the books, not in the order they were published, but in the chronological sequence. There …

Book Review: Foundation’s Edge was last modified: May 13th, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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Event Horizon Time Capsule

David Rainsberger II Ideas, Science, Space, Technology Leave a Comment

A popular idea of newly found cities or high schools is to place a time capsule of an important or noteworthy time to be later dug up and examined as a source of nostalgia. Let’s take this a couple of steps further. Imagine a time when we could find super …

Event Horizon Time Capsule was last modified: March 24th, 2015 by David Rainsberger II

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Book Review: Second Foundation

Riley Sproul Ideas, Literature, Science, Scifi, Space, Technology Leave a Comment

I’ve decided to read The Foundation Series by Isaac Asimov, as per recommendation of David, and I’m going to make a few observations and sometimes summaries, each of the seven books. Also I’ll be reading the books, not in the order they were published, but in the chronological sequence. There …

Book Review: Second Foundation was last modified: May 13th, 2015 by Riley Sproul