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Universe – Part 69

Universe pt. 69


Oct. 24, 2014


Focused on astrophysics and Einstein, we categorically continue more of the same, but all new examples, which I can only hope you find as endlessly interesting as I do. Unlike the real world, on the radio, “Universe” will end… some Thursday.


3 Hours.


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Universe – Part 68

Universe pt. 68


Oct. 17, 2014


The first space shuttle, Columbia, launches and returns in 1981, next to continuing Moon visits, Arthur C. Clarke reading from his “Fountains of Paradise, William Shatner croons you’re going to die, and other songs from and about our Universe.


3 Hours.


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Universe – Part 67

Universe pt. 67


Oct. 10, 2014


Another trip through known and unknown audio which has been produced by humans under the influence of space inspiration. Richard Dawkins continues expounding on the Universe and the physics of its contents, Orbiter X from the BBC continues, and songs stick to the subject, with an extended sampling of David Bowie in the space vein.


3 Hours.


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Failure

Failure


Oct. 3, 2014


This unscheduled, extra OTE is all about failure, The Weatherman’s failures (on tape), melting the North Pole, and money – what is it and where is it?Then there’s the best multi-mash of “Isn’t It a Pity” ever done, and the collapse of civilizations.


3 Hours.


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Universe – Part 66

Universe pt. 66


Sept. 26, 2014


More scientists, more Gods, more space. All new, all again. “Survival Ship,” is read by the author, Judith Merril. Also, “Knocking On Heaven’s Door” by Lisa Andrews continues, as well as Richard Dawkins on the nature of the physics of time and space.


3 Hours.


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