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: 3 July 2015
Released: 3 July 2015
Duration: 71 minutes, 40 seconds
Host Paul Carr welcomes Adam Synergy (aka Adam Smith), Mike Bohler, Nick Nielsen and Chris McGinlay. We started talking about some of the exciting new developments in space science, as well some of the crazy that invevitably gets excreted whenever we have new images of a planet. We alos complain a bit all the mystery mongering. We also talk about the Elders, international peace, and the Grexit. Will there also be a Brexit?
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Host and Producer: Paul Carr
Panelists: Adam Smith, Mike Bohler, Nick Nielsen, Chris McGinlay
Music: DJ Spooky
Host James Garrison welcomes Andrew Boyter, Buck Field, Mike Mongo and special guest Andreas Tziolas of Icarus Interstellar. The team discuss the upcoming Starrship Congress and go off on the the required number of tangents, including the rules for swigging.
Recorded: 19 June 2015
Released: 20 June 2015
Duration: 94 minutes, 22 seconds
Host Paul Carr is joined by TJ Muich, Ciro Villa, James Garrison, Patrick Festa, Mike Bohler and Nick Nielsen. We wanted to talk about consipracy theories surrounding NASA, and this branched out into discussin conspiracy theories in general. We also discussed the relative merits of some of the up and coming science communicators.
Recorded: 8 May 2015
Released: 9 May 2015
Host Paul Carr is joined by panelists Mike Bohler, Buck Field and Patrick Festa to talk about the possibility of physics breakthroughs that cold lead to faster than light travel.
We had some technical problems with the Hangout on Air, but we shold have it fixed in the future.
Recorded: 1 May 2015
Released: 2 May 2015
Host Paul Carr welcomes panelists James Garrison, Ciro Villa, and Nick Nielsen. First, we talk about the recent finding of the GHAT team from their mining of the WISE survey,loooking for galaxies with anomalously mid infrared emission, indicating that most of the free energy in the galaxy was being harvested. This has been in the press a lot lately, and easily misinterpreted. What is a Kardashev level III civlization, and how would we know it?
WE discuss the recent optimistic declaration by NASA Cheif scientist Ellen Stofan about the search for microbial life in the solar system, and this leads us to several other topics, inlcuding robot farming and how hard revolutions can be.
Recorded: 24 April 2015
Released: 25 April 2015
We had serious technical challenges to overcome this time, but overcome we did. Host Paul Carr is joined by panelists Marsha Barnhart and Buck Field and special guest Hiroja Shibe of the Musings of a Shibe podcast. The subject is the emerging peer-to-peer economy enabled by crytptocurrencies like DogeCoin. We talk about the history of cryptocurrency, the cutlure around it, and risks and concerns, such as volatility, fraud, and co-opting by the financial elite.
How to contact Hiroja:
YouTube Musings Of A Shibe
Webpage Musings Of A Shibe Soon to be Musingsofashibepodcast.space
About the Unseen Podcast
Recorded: 17 April 2015
Released: 18 April 2015
Host: Paul Carr
Paul Carr welcomes panelists Buck Field and Chris MacGinlay. We talk about the rise of smart robots, and the hope of Robot Ethics. Did Asimov get it right, or do we have to hope that superintelligent robots find us adorable?
Produced and Engineered by Paul Carr
Music by DJ Spooky
Host Paul Carr welcomes back Marsha Barnhart, Ciro Villa and Nick Nielsen (Patrick Festa joins us late in the show) for an a wide-rangin, unscripted conversation. We talk about how the peryton mystery may have been solved, Nick's work on the types of civilizations, current and future space propulsion technology, Fast Radio Bursts, the origin and evolution of life on Earth and elsewhere, and the Drake equation.