Recorded: 28 August 2015
Released: 29 August 2015
Duration: 89 minutes, 24 seconds
Host James Garrison welcomes Mateusz Macias and Patrick Festa to discuss Mars One, and the balance of risks in colonizing Mars. Does Mars One have a good plan, or a plan at all? Can they admit they are wrong? This spins off into a tangent about atheism, skepticism, and religion.
Mars One debate at the Mars Society
Mistakes Were Made, but Not by Me
Pamela Gay: This I Believe
The Wow! Signal
Host: James Garrison
Panelists: Mateusz Macias, Patrick Festa
Producer: Paul Carr
Music: DJ Spooky
Website and Promotion: Mateusz Macias
Software: Reaper 5.01, Google Hangouts, Soundflower,Line In, Auphonic.com
Recorded: 21 August 2015
Released: 22 August 2015
Cohosts Paul Carr and Adam Smith welcome special guest, astronomer Pamela Gay. Dr. Gay is well known in the astronomy community for AStronomy Cast and her direction of Cosmoquest.org. We asked her about Cosmoquest, women in science, and much more.
Hosts: Paul Carr and Adam "Synergy" Smith
Producer: Paul Carr
Panelists: Antonio Paris, Ciro Villa, Mateusz Macias, and Patrick Festa
Music: DJ Spooky and George Hrab
Recorded: 14 August 2015
Released: 15 August 2015
Duration: 88 minutes, 52 seconds
Host Paul Carr with Adam "Synergy" Smith, Ciro Villa and Patrick Festa discuss some recent discoveries in the exoplanet world, among other things.
Host and Producer: Paul Carr
Panelists: Adam Smith, Ciro Villa, PA\atrick Festa
Recorded: 7 August 2015
Released: 8 August 2015
Duration:93 minutes 48 seconds
Host Paul Carr is Joined by Patrick Festa, James Garrison, and Nick Nielsen. We discuss Nick's latest blog entry on Folk Tales and Scientific Progress, then move on to discussing science literacy and critical thinking. We make fun of Deepak Chopra and have praise for Brian Cox.
Recorded: 31 July 2015
Released: 1 August 2015
Duration: 82 minutes, 36 seconds
Host Paul Carr welcomes a panel of five for an unscripted discussion of the new Breathrough Listen SETI program, Duncan Forgan's new paper on looking for self-destructed civilizaionts, and much more.