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With Don Joyce.
Over the Edge - January 16, 2015 at 12:00am
Mostly consisting of Disney’s classic Tomorrowland ride soundtracks, this nostalgic look at space exploration mixes Disneyland’s first trip to the Moon and The Mission to Mars before any of that had occurred. Various Disney symphonic music is added to make the whole mix like a future adventure...
Over the Edge - December 26, 2014 at 12:00am
A mix of tapes of and by The Weatherman, including his family in the Christmas kitchen, rambling thoughts of The Weatherman, edits of Sete Bee Sate and and Limbo, and lots of snipits and clipits of the great man collected over many decades of microphone usage...
Over the Edge - December 12, 2014 at 12:00am
Quantum physics is the disconcerting branch of modern physics that shows that actions at the micro level of physical existence are tied to our observation of those actions. When observation is missing, so is interaction at the quantum level. This show brings out physicists and mathematicians...
Over the Edge - November 28, 2014 at 12:00am
A thanksgiving episode about the history of Earth and the emergence of life right here in the Universe. What is required to make this possible? Well, turns out it’s chemicals, though we have never succeeded in chemically creating life in a laboratory, even with some very expensive equipment...
Over the Edge - November 21, 2014 at 12:00am
With all music provided by Pink Floyd and David Gilmore, we listen to the astronomers with their infernal quantum mechanics and distances beyond belief. Stars are located, measured, and compared, and Einstein’s physics of gravity is apparently wrong. Thank God, if there was one, we don’t have to...
Over the Edge - November 14, 2014 at 12:00am
A mix of TV dramatizations and “real life” people who have discovered they have been abducted and examined by aliens, with all memory of these events becoming “missing time.” The psychology behind our parameters of “reality” come into question here, just like the whole persistent phenomenon.
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