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Universe – Part 88

Universe Pt. 88


May 29, 2015


As we’ve said so many times before, the Universe continues to expand. A main focus in this episode is a recent comet sighted and followed on its path toward us and our Sun, along with some history of memorable comets and analysis of what comets consist of. Plus more scientists discussing many Universal subjects and songs related to the whole place.


3 Hours.


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Universe – Part 87

Universe Pt. 87


May 22, 2015


Old radio space based science fiction occupies this entire show, with several stories taking place in space from the likes of Dimension X and X-Minus One from the 1950s, intermixed and played straight. Of incidental interest is how right and how wrong these dramatizations were about exploring space before it actually happened.


3 Hours.


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The Return of Pastor Dick

The Return of Pastor Dick


Richard Lyons, Peter Conheim, Tim Maloney, Don


May 15, 2015


After many years, Pastor Dick returns to OTE, along with his pals in faith, Harold Camping and… who? Anyway, this trio of God inspired commentators go at it for 3 hours, accompanied by their argumentative engineer, Izzy Isn’t. The added bonus from these collectors of God is a whole bunch of classic music and sermonizing from the right wings of religion.


3 Hours.


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Universe – Part 86

Universe pt. 86


May 1, 2015


Comedy in space flavors this expanded episode with the soundtrack from Dark Star and the Firesign Theatre in space. Also, NASA airbrushes alien artifacts out of their photos, Disney’s Tomorrowland takes us on the Star Tour, and various scientists answer questions on what we think we know about light, time, and the fabric of the cosmos. The beginning of the Universe, however, remains a mystery.


5 Hours.


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