HEP – 129 – Scientifically In-credible (Armageddon Movie Review)

In this episode the guys chat with scientifically-inclined author Thomas Mays about the scientifically-hilarious movie Armageddon. Then they discuss the best ways for humans to go fast in space and talk about the stories that the their science (mostly) right.

Check out Tom’s website here.

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5 thoughts on “HEP – 129 – Scientifically In-credible (Armageddon Movie Review)

  1. Great interview with Thomas Mays. Bear’s “Blood Music” is on my reading list. And Redemption in Indigo. You guys are really good at adding to my already impossibly tall “to read” pile. Thanks.

    Grey goo is always fun… I wrote a couple of grey goo-ish stories, one for a contest which I won, and the other is in an anthology. I also have a non-fiction grey goo article online. Grey goo is pretty much my preferred method of extinction. 🙂

  2. Thank you so so much, guys. It was great fun, even if I apparently have the voice built for newspapers to go along with a face built for radio. If y’all ever get desperate for some biased science or military bloviation, gimme a call. I look forward to doing it again!

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