From Prince Ea, activist and inspirational spoken word artist, this apology to future generations for the harm we have caused our planet has an incredibly profound and poignant message that we should all pay attention to.
In this show, Brandon Fibbs reviews the latest Star Trek movie now in theaters, and Lawrence Krauss talks about how Star Trek uses science to explore what is possible in our universe.
From the seminal 1902 movie, A Trip to the Moon, to recent blockbusters like James Cameron’s Avatar, science has been a steady source of inspiration throughout the history of film. But how much of the science presented on the silver screen is accurate, and how much is misguided or just plain wrong?
Join astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson in exploring whether science could let us see through walls like Superman, shoot webs like Spider-Man, disappear like the Invisible Woman, shrink like Ant-Man, stop bullets like Wonder Woman, run as fast as The Flash, or recreate Batman’s amazing technology.
Through her ground-breaking role as Star Trek’s Chief Communications Officer Lt. Uhura, Nichelle Nichols became a passionate advocate to get women and minorities involved in real-world space exploration.
Neil talks with Bill Prady, co-creator and writer of the show, about why he decided to create a show about science geeks and the universal emotions that even theoretical physicists and engineers experience.