The Speculist: FastForward Radio, Episode 13


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FastForward Radio, Episode 13


Phil and Stephen talk about how nuclear power is becoming a bipartisan energy option, what can be done about the whole global warming problem, the new real-life "tricorder" invented at Purdue University, and whether our biocosm is really a simulation. They close with Phil's review of Urinetown: The Musical.

And they've got some great new music! This episode opens with a quick sample of "Endorphine" from the band Binary Time Lapse. It closes with the song "Apart" from indy artist Freddy Litwiniuk. Check both out at


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