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Soonish
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At Soonish, tech journalist Wade Roush argues that the future is shaped by technology—but technology is shaped by us. Season 2 features shows on the power of virtual reality to persuade us (and maybe deceive us) and the power of a total solar eclipse to unite us. Season 1 episodes explored what happens when movie directors try to get the future right, but fail; why monorails are a neglected but still promising form of urban transit; how technology can improve the museum-going experience; how ...
 
Noted astronomer Andrew Farknoi answers questions about the August 21 solar eclipse. Where can you see it? What's the safest way to watch it? What is going on during a solar eclipse? Why are they so rare? Why the kind of total eclipse we see on earth is a billion to one shot and rare among planets in the universe? Why some day the eclipse won't be total. Why does the eclipse path seem to move the opposite direction of the sun? What will happen and what won't happen. Where to get the special ...
 
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Eclipse On Tap
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Eclipse On Tap is a conversational podcast about eclipses of all kinds and other space related events. Along with occasional guests, we hope to spread our enthusiasm and excitement for eclipses and other celestial events (while enjoying tasty beer, of course). This excitement originally stems back to our 2017 total solar eclipse experience and now we are hooked! So, crack open a cold one and join us in making totality a reality!
 
In this podcast, internationally known Interfaith Minister, Ana Jones teaches and shares insights into the upcoming sacred and celestial events for the first half of Spring 2015. Included in this podcast are details about the upcoming Spring Equinox, Supermoon, New Moon, and Total Solar Eclipse all happening on March 20th which formally launch us into a 2 week period she calls the SPRING ECLIPSE SEASON. Ana will also describe the upcoming Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in April occurring on the PIN ...
 
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The way we picture the future is still based, in large measure, on the visions brought to life at the world’s fairs and international expositions that swept the globe between the 1850s and the 1960s—especially the New York World’s Fairs of 1939-40 and 1964-65, the Seattle World’s Fair of 1962, and Disney World’s EPCOT Center (which is, in essen ...…
 
In this episode of Eclipse on Tap, co-hosts Matt and David provide updates on Mars' historic close approach to Earth and the insane dust storm currently covering the entire planet. They also pay tribute to the great Apollo 12 astronaut and lunar module pilot, Alan Bean. After the break, Eclipse on Tap goes down the "black hole", starting with a ...…
 
The golden era of “hard” science fiction that respects the rules of actual science lasted from the 1940s to the 1960s. In the 1970s, demand for hard sci-fi fell off a cliff, with a big push from the first Star Wars movie in 1977. But for the last year and a half, Soonish host Wade Roush has been part of a project to revive this underappreciated ...…
 
In this episode of Eclipse on Tap, co-hosts Matt and David discuss Mars and its increasing apparent size in the sky as the season moves on. Be sure to get out this Spring and Summer and take advantage of Mars and Earth coming about as close together as they get! After the break, Eclipse on Tap goes down the "black hole", starting with a keyword ...…
 
On this episode of Eclipse on Tap, co-hosts Matt and David discuss the significance of the April 8th date. Given that this episode fell on the same date that the 2024 next great American total solar eclipse will occur, its only fitting to kick off the hype. Other news includes a brief update on everyone's favorite Flat-Earther, "Mad" Mike Hughe ...…
 
On this episode of Eclipse on Tap, co-hosts Matt and David provide some podcast updates including a potential microphone upgrade. They also discuss where the podcast has been and where it is going in a brief, casual prelude to the main event: the interview following the break music. This month, Matt and David interview Brady Kenniston, a profes ...…
 
Episode 2.07: What's ubiquitous but invisible, versatile yet temperamental, goopy when it's hot yet brittle when it's cold, as old as civilization yet as new as the screen of your smartphone? The answer is glass. This week on Soonish, we ask what glass really is, where it comes from, who's using it in interesting ways today, and how it will fit ...…
 
In this special bonus episode of Eclipse on Tap, co-hosts Matt and David react to the successful SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch that occurred on Tuesday, February 6th at 3:45pm EST. Following initial reactions, discussion ensues surrounding the impact of this launch and what it means for the future of space flight.-Follow us on Twitter and Instagra ...…
 
In this episode of Eclipse on Tap, co-hosts Matt and David discuss the meteor bolide that came crashing down to Michigan recently and, of course, the Super Blue Blood Moon total lunar eclipse that occurred on January 31st! This month's astronaut of the month is Neil Armstrong, the legend and first man to step foot on the moon. The episode wraps ...…
 
Happy New Year! On this episode of Eclipse on Tap, Matt and David share their excitement for the Falcon Heavy and its upcoming launch in late January. Seeing such a large rocket go vertical on Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center is something that anyone interested in space exploration gets pumped up for. The astronaut of the month is the late John ...…
 
Episode 2.06: The immersive, 3D environments of virtual reality aren’t science fiction any more, and they aren’t just for video games. In this episode Wade visits “The Enemy,” a groundbreaking VR exhibit about the psychology of war. The creation of photojournalist Karim Ben Khelifa, it introduces visitors to hyper-realistic avatars based on six ...…
 
Episode 2.05 of Soonish, the podcast, is all about Soonish, the book! Host Wade Roush interviews Kelly and Zach Weinersmith, the husband-and-wife team behind the new book Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything. Kelly Weinersmith is a parasitologist at Rice University and co-host of the podcast Science…Sort of, ...…
 
On this episode of Eclipse on Tap, co-hosts Matt and David recap the local Grand Rapids Amateur Astronomical Association public meeting, which showcased the various types of telescopes best suited for new hobbyists. They also share news related to the infamous "flat-Earther" Mad Mike Hughes and his crazy plans for a rocket launch. News continue ...…
 
On this episode of Eclipse on Tap, co-hosts Matt and David discuss upcoming eclipse news including the total lunar eclipse on January 31st, 2018. The International Astronautical Congress meeting in late September was also a topic of discussion, specifically Elon Musk's plan to potentially return to the moon. A new addition to the program for th ...…
 
Episode 2.04 is a special crossover show featuring Tamar Avishai's The Lonely Palette, one of the founding shows in our new podcast collective, Hub & Spoke. In this episode Tamar focuses on Italian Futurism, a pre-World War I art movement fueled by a heady mix of diesel and testosterone. The Futurists consciously aimed to use painting, sculptur ...…
 
Episode 2.03: For a sane, humane, and skeptical perspective on what’s happening to Silicon Valley and why our high-tech economy seems to be failing us, there’s no better source than Tim O’Reilly, master trend spotter and founder of computer book publisher O’Reilly Media. Soonish’s in-depth conversation with the admired entrepreneur, investor, a ...…
 
Episode 2.02: Big news! Soonish is a founding member of Hub & Spoke, a Boston-centric collective of smart, idea-driven podcasts. Together with the art history podcast The Lonely Palette and the new philosophy-and-culture show Ministry of Ideas, we’re celebrating independent audio storytelling and the power of art, science, arguments, and ideas ...…
 
This episode of Eclipse on Tap features the first of many interviews! We interview David and Matt's dad/father-in-law, respectively, and discuss his passion for space, astronomy, and eclipses. As one of the four people that witnessed the 2017 totality event with us in Hopkinsville, KY, RaceChaserDad gives us his unique perspective of the celest ...…
 
Episode 2.01: The conflict in Charlottesville in August of 2017 showed that Americans are having a hard time figuring out how to represent the country’s past, let alone how to fix the present or plan for the future. But sometimes a stunning natural event like a total solar eclipse can bring us back together—if only for a few minutes. For the Se ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Eclipse on Tap! Co-hosts Matt and David talk about their experiences surrounding the 2017 total solar eclipse on August 21st, 2017. The podcast will feature a once-a-month episode schedule that will explore eclipse related topics and news. Some episodes will even showcase special guests!-Follow us on Twitter and ...…
 
Noted astronomer Andrew Fraknoi answers questions about the solar eclipse. Where can you see it? What's the safest way to watch it? What is going on during a solar eclipse? Why are they so rare? Why the kind of total eclipse we see on earth is a billion to one shot and rare among planets in the universe? Why some day the eclipse won't be total. ...…
 
Episode 1.10: Just in time for Independence Day 2017, it's a special politics edition of Soonish! With his attacks on judges and journalists, his attempts to quell inquiries into his campaign’s Russia ties, his early-morning tweetstorms, and so much more, Donald Trump has breached every norm of presidential conduct. And he’s testing the constit ...…
 
Episode 1.09: When Boston’s elegant Longfellow Bridge opened in 1907, it was innovative example of classical European bridge architecture adapted for a busy American city. But over the next century, officials allowed the bridge to rust to the point of near-collapse. And recently, a futuristic new cable-stay bridge, the Zakim Bridge, was built a ...…
 
Episode 1.08: Why do "productivity" tools like email, to-do lists, and calendars make so many of us feel miserable and overburdened? Why hasn't anyone come up with a better way for us to manage our diverse commitments and our chronic information overload? This episode of Soonish looks at our personal futures and the tools we use to manage them. ...…
 
Episode 1.07: More than 500 people have flown in space since Yuri Gagarin’s historic ride in 1961—and virtually every one of them has been a military officer or government employee. But now that’s changing. Jeff Bezos’s rocket company Blue Origin aims to begin commercial passenger flights to space in 2018, and Elon Musk’s SpaceX has announced p ...…
 
Episode 1.06: After in-depth episodes about movies, monorails, museums, manufacturing, and meat, the show goes meta and I talk about Soonish itself. Hear how Carl Sagan and extraterrestrials helped to kickstart my science journalism career, how the Challenger disaster woke me up to technology’s double-edged nature, and how the New York World’s ...…
 
Episode 1.05: We meet people working to promote a range of alternatives to meat from livestock--including a cricket farmer, a researcher studying ways to grow meat from muscle cells in the laboratory, and a startup founder commercializing jackfruit, a huge fruit from India with a meat-like texture. The logic behind their work is simple. In the ...…
 
Episode 1.04: Six million manufacturing jobs have disappeared in the U.S. since 2000, and you've probably heard economists and politicians say "those jobs aren't coming back." But that view isn't quite right. It doesn’t account for a cultural and technological revolution sweeping the United States—one that promises to redefine manufacturing, ma ...…
 
Episode 1.03: Museum attendance declined steeply in the first decade of this century, according to a survey by the National Endowment for the Arts. The NEA found that audiences were being siphoned away by the Internet, television, and other distractions. So, technology can be seen as a threat to museums—but maybe it's also a tool they can use t ...…
 
Episode 1.02: Monorails first captured the public imagination as the "trains of the future" here in the U.S., thanks to projects like the Disneyland monorail (1959) and the Seattle World's Fair monorail (1962). But today, it seems that new monorail systems are being built everywhere except America. Monorails have key advantages over competing f ...…
 
Episode 1.01: This inaugural episode of Soonish is about the boldest vision of the future ever put down on film: Stanley Kubrick’s "2001: A Space Odyssey." The movie came out in 1968, and it offered a detailed and inspiring forecast for life the early 21st century, including giant space stations, moon bases, thinking computers, and humans trave ...…
 
Episode 1.00: A preview of coming attractions from Soonish, a new podcast about the future hosted by technology journalist Wade Roush, PhD. Each episode tells a story about the technological choices we’re making today and how those choices could end up helping us, or hurting us, tomorrow. The first episode premiers Friday, January 13th. Find mo ...…
 
Discover the details about the upcoming moon cycles, the current Venus retrograde we are in, the Jupiter Solar Conjunction happening later in August and much more! The end of this summer is going to be a cosmically active 6 weeks!
 
Included in this podcast are details about the upcoming Moon cycles for this second half of spring, mercury retrograde, the halfway point between the spring equinox and summer solstice and more. Ana also discusses some of her insights into recent earth changes and earth energy activations that are connected with our personal and planetary ascen ...…
 
In this podcast, internationally known Interfaith Minister, Ana Jones teaches and shares insights into the upcoming sacred and celestial events for the first half of Spring 2015.
 
The Revolution must happen within before any sort of True Revolution can transpire in the external world. Since mid-July, Uranus has been in a state of retrograde motion. On 13th December, it shifts back to direct motion. This coincides with a New Moon in the latter degrees of Sagittarius, and a harmonious aspect between Mars and Saturn. The As ...…
 
When you know the potential that you are capable of, why would you choose to live in ignorance of it? We dupe ourselves into believing that it is simpler to continue to live with the devil we know than it is to make a profound change that would ultimately be beneficial not just for ourselves, but for the good of all. Join Host and Professional ...…
 
The period between two eclipses can be a Profound Portal for a Conscious shift in Awareness. As energy intensifies with a conjunction between Mars and Pluto, exact on the 27th, and a Lunar Eclipse in the Sign of Gemini on the 28th; we are being asked to decide whether we will choose the path of honouring our Creative Potential or continue down ...…
 
Creating a masterpiece of our existence warrants that we must follow our bliss past the Hounds of Hades, through the fires until we are purified of all that would block us from the core of our essence. Drunk with the love and passion for our purpose, we are unhindered by seeming obstacles as we understand them as the harbingers of pro-sperity. ...…
 
In the Sound of Silence lies Wisdom. Ignorance thrives on incessant mental chatter. Mercury Retrograde need only be disruptive in order to induce a willingness to listen. As we are approaching a Total Solar Eclipse in the sign of Scorpio mid-month, this Tuesday, Mercury Stations before shifting to retrograde motion. Recent Earth changes are ask ...…
 
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