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In the movie, "Uncle Frank" after years of psychic abuse both large and small the titular Uncle Frank finds it in his heart to forgive his family. And that's great for a movie. But how does it translate to real life?
 
When the 2-DASH-1B surgical robot attached Luke Skywalker’s new arm, our collective creative minds were blown, and visions of autonomous robotic surgery begin appearing across the sci fi spectrum! A look what’s happening in real robotic surgery!
 
SciFi money is either the utopian “plenty for all” or worlds of shortages and the very, very powerful crushing everyone else. With that in mind we're look at the GME Short Sale that became a short squeeze for some wealthy hedge fund investors.
 
One of Star Trek: Discovery’’s most exciting, fictional advancement is something called “programmable matter," and in real life at the City University of New York, Prof Vinod Menon one of our favorite guests - is working on making it so!
 
Two fantasy extremes are quickly becoming a part of our IRL culture: Medicine in Star Trek - Drinking Westeros! in Dr. Mark D’Agostino (Co-Founder) and Bluestone Psychiatry moved their practice to telemedicine long before the quarantine hit
 
Were most people in the European Middle Ages really as stupid as Daniel Radcliffe’s Miracle Workers character Prince Chauncley? In his new book "The Clock and the Camshaft” Forbes writer, John W. Farrell delves into Dark Ages ingenuity.
 
Remember back, when everyone was taking the “Bird Box Challenge” trying to do complex tasks while blindfolded and sometimes alone. Well, fast forward to the Covid 19 quarantine and that fiction is the real-life experience of today’s guest.
 
CUNY Law Prof., Natalie Chin and working family attorney, Ellyn J. Stein join us to confront misconceptions about the role of real lawyers with a special look at the role of lawyers in social justice movements
 
On this episode we look at the very moving Steven Gukas film “93 Days,” plus Steven Sodderburgh’s startlingly prescient film “Contagion.” Our guest is Dr. Mark Siddall of the AMNH, curator of the Disease Eradication Exhibition, “Countdown To Zero.”
 
CUNY’s own Prof. Sebastian Alvarado (Queens College) is back with a look at the Incredible Hulk -- plus real scientists taking the form of superheroes – and one old economist who might be kind of a supervillain.
 
S4 – Wrap-Up Episode (finale)* (Show Notes) Our final episode in which we reflect back on this past season of episodes and say goodbye (again).** Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “A Clockwork Orange (1971)” by Stanley Kubrick (Malcom McDowell) (movie) “The Lair of the White Worm (1988)” by Ken Russel…
 
S4E12M* (Show Notes) “Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather (2006)” by Vadim Jean (Michelle Dockery) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Rick (former co-host) Heather (Discworld fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “Hogfather (1996)” by Terry Pratchett (book) “Terry Pratchett’s The Colour of Magic (2008)” by Vadim Jean (Sean Astin) (Sky…
 
S4E12B* (Show Notes) “Hogfather (1996)” by Terry Pratchett (book) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Rick (former co-host) Heather (Discworld fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather (2006)” by Vadim Jean (Michelle Dockery) “The Color of Magic (Discworld)” by Terry Pratchett (book) “Going Postal (Disc…
 
Episode: S4E12P* (Episode Page) (preview for forthcoming episode) “Hogfather (1996)” by Terry Pratchett “Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather (2006)” by Vadim Jean (Michelle Dockery) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Rick (former co-host) Heather (book enthusiast and Discworld fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com * DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that the vi…
 
S4E11B* (Show Notes) “2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)” by Stanley Kubrick (movie) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: John Doyle a/k/a Dole (Musician: Theurgy - I Decline) Rich Bacon (speculative fiction fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)” by Arthur C. Clarke (book) “A Clockwork Orange (1971)” by S…
 
S4E11B* (Show Notes) “2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)” by Arthur C. Clarke (book) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: John Doyle a/k/a Dole (Musician: Theurgy - I Decline) Rich Bacon (speculative fiction fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)” by Stanley Kubrick (movie) “The Haunting of Hill House (201…
 
Episode: S4E11P* (Episode Page) (preview for forthcoming episode) “2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)” by Arthur C. Clarke (book) “2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)” by Stanley Kubrick (movie) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: John Doyle a/k/a Dole (Musician: Theurgy - I Decline) Rich Bacon (speculative fiction fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com * DISCLAIM…
 
S4E10X* (Show Notes) “The Haunting of Hill House (2018)” by Mike Flanagan (Kate Siegel) (netflix series) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Amanda Andros (Playwright) Laura Valle (Major Horror - horror fan site) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “The Haunting of Hill House (1959)” by Shirley Jackson (book) “The Haunting (1963)”…
 
In the world of Disney logic, the little elephant Dumbo can fly because he has very large ears. We’ve invited a NASA Engineer to explain what it would take to get that elephant into the air and when we can expect our jet packs to arrive.
 
S4E10M* (Show Notes) “The Haunting (1963)” by Robert Wise (Julie Harris) (movie) “The Haunting (1999)” by Jan de Bont (Liam Neeson) (movie) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Amanda Andros (Playwright) Laura Valle (Major Horror - horror fan site) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “The Haunting of Hill House (1959)” by Shirley J…
 
S4E10B* (Show Notes) “The Haunting of Hill House (1959)” by Shirley Jackson (book) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Amanda Andros (Playwright) Laura Valle (Major Horror - horror fan site) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “The Haunting (1963)” by Robert Wise (Julie Harris) (movie) “The Haunting (1999)” by Jan de Bont (Liam Ne…
 
The vile Lord Voldemort was once a poor, lonely orphan. But then, so was Harry Potter. So, what happened? NYU Langone Psychiatrist Dr. Karen Rosenbaum talks sociopaths and Lord Voldemort this week on Science Goes to the Movies.
 
Episode: S4E10P* (Episode Page) (preview for forthcoming episode) “The Haunting of Hill House (1959)” by Shirley Jackson (book) “The Haunting (1963)” by Robert Wise (Julie Harris) (movie) “The Haunting (1999)” by Jan de Bont (Liam Neeson) (movie) “The Haunting of Hill House (2018)” by Mike Flanagan (Kate Siegel) (netflix series) Hosted by: Ryan Sea…
 
In “Transformers,” Decepticons come to Earth and stomp across our planet like they own it. But don’t worry – in real life it takes a lot of work just to teach a robot not to smash itself into a tree.
 
S4E9M* (Show Notes) “The Last Unicorn (1982)” by Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass (Mia Farrow) (animated film) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Kaelin O'Reilly (book reviewer) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “The Last Unicorn (1968)” by Peter S. Beagle (book) “Twilight Zone” by Rod Serling (TV show) “Hellraiser (1987)” by C…
 
S4E9B* (Show Notes) “The Last Unicorn (1968)” by Peter S. Beagle (book)** Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Kaelin O'Reilly (book reviewer) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “The Last Unicorn (1982)” by Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass (Mia Farrow) (animated film) “A Princess of Mars (John Carter) (1912)” by Edgar Rice Burroug…
 
Episode: S4E9P* (Episode Page) (preview for forthcoming episode) “The Last Unicorn (1968)” by Peter S. Beagle (book) “The Last Unicorn (1982)” by Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass (Mia Farrow) (animated film) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Kaelin O'Reilly (book reviewer) Website: www.nodeodorant.com * DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that the vi…
 
S4E8M* (Show Notes) “Screamers (1995)” by Christian Duguay (Peter Weller) (movie) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Rick (former co-host) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “Second Variety (1953)” by Philip K. Dick (short story) “Jon’s World (1954)” by Philip K. Dick (short story) +bonus+ “Total Recall (1990)” by Paul Verhoeven…
 
S4E8B* (Show Notes) “Second Variety (1953)” by Philip K. Dick (short story) “Jon’s World (1954)” by Philip K. Dick (short story) +bonus+ Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Rick (former co-host) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “Screamers (1995)” by Christian Duguay (Peter Weller) (movie) “Total Recall (1990)” by Paul Verhoeven…
 
Episode: S4E8P* (Episode Page) (preview for forthcoming episode) “Second Variety (1953)” by Philip K. Dick (short story) “Jon’s World (1954)” by Philip K. Dick (short story) +bonus+ “Screamers (1995)” by Christian Duguay (Peter Weller) (movie) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: Rick (former co-host) Website: www.nodeodorant.com * DISCLAIMER: Ple…
 
S4E7M* (Show Notes) “Metropolis (1927)” by Fritz Lang (Alfred Abel) (silent film) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: James Rauch a/k/a "Beam" (former co-host) Rich Bacon (speculative fiction fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “Metropolis (1925)” by Thea von Harbou (book) “The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories (1919)” …
 
S4E7B* (Show Notes) “Metropolis (1925)” by Thea von Harbou (book) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: James Rauch a/k/a "Beam" (former co-host) Rich Bacon (speculative fiction fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “Metropolis (1927)” by Fritz Lang (Alfred Abel) (silent film) “The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane (1928-)” by Robert …
 
Episode: S4E7P* (Episode Page) (preview for forthcoming episode) “Metropolis (1925)” by Thea von Harbou (book) “Metropolis (1927)” by Fritz Lang (Alfred Abel) (silent film) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: James Rauch a/k/a "Beam" (former co-host) Rich Bacon (speculative fiction fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com * DISCLAIMER: Please be advised…
 
Episode: S4E6M* (Show Notes) “Sin City (2005)” by Robert Rodriquez (Bruce Willis) (movie) “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014)” by Robert Rodriguez (Josh Brolin) (movie) Hosted by: Ryan Sean O'Reilly Guests: David Wilkinson a/k/a "Wilk" (podcaster) Rob Lloyd (comic book fan) Website: www.nodeodorant.com Related Episode Links: “Sin City” by Frank Mi…
 
Episode: S4E6B* (Show Notes) “Sin City” by Frank Miller (select graphic novels) “The Hard Goodbye (April 1991 – May 1992)” (Volume 1) “A Dame to Kill For (November 1993 – May 1994)” (Volume 2) “The Big Fat Kill (November 1994 – March 1995)” (Volume 3) “That Yellow Bastard (February 1996 – July 1996)” (Volume 4) “Booze, Broads, and Bullets (1998)” (…
 
Episode: S4E6P* (Episode Page) (preview for forthcoming episode) “Sin City” by Frank Miller (select graphic novels) “The Hard Goodbye (April 1991 – May 1992)” (Volume 1) “A Dame to Kill For (November 1993 – May 1994)” (Volume 2) “The Big Fat Kill (November 1994 – March 1995)” (Volume 3) “That Yellow Bastard (February 1996 – July 1996) ” (Volume 4) …
 
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