Mon, 3 August 2015
This week is loaded with observable, testable, and verifiable scientific jargon and poppycock. With theories of trans-dimensional effects and fuel-efficient microwave travel, this episode may be the strangest collection of firmly-asserted-yet-unproven-facts to date!
JediShua and shazbazzar watch My Science Project thirty years later — and one lingering question remains unanswered: How effective can a fallout shelter be if only 1/4 inch of plywood separates it from the nuclear blast and radiation?
PLUS: Reading Rainbow on Netflix, Dr. Seuss in stores, and the impossible EM-drive makes waves in space.
With science books in the Star Wars Scrapbook and FEEDBACK from Jorbex and an unlikely RedHot hero from Derek’s LOOTCRATE finishes off our 77 minutes this week.
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