Podcast: Attack of the Sexy Clones

Posted by on December 27th, 2009

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A tangent becomes a tangent when the hosts try to stretch their feeble minds around the global warming, the energy crisis and the singularity (again) after discussing clone sex.

Link: Craig Venter at TED on creating synthetic life
Link: Venter and Exxon enter partnership for biofuels
Link: Synthetic Genomics web site

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  • Tired Canadian

    Do you guys ever get any comments? To make up for the lack I will provide you with several.
    1. Brian rocks !!
    2. Justin also rocks !!
    3. The other guy, who's name I forget, does NOT rock. In any way. Ever.
    Look at it this way, 2 out of 3 is better then a boot to the head. Unless it's a boot to what's-his-name's-head then that would be hilarious in a mean, nasty yet totally justified way.
    Thanks and have a swell day.

  • jackofaids

    Wow. A lot of Andrew hate. That saddens me. I would like to take trip through that man's mind for an hour. This is a very stellar cast of characters. Love the show, don't change a thing, my only beef is the frequency!!

  • Tired Canadian

    I don't hate Andrew I was just trying to make Brian and Justin feel better about themselves because the reality is that Andrew is the true star of the show and the other guys are just so much filler until the awesome and splendid Andrew brings the magic !!! Honest !! Would I lie to you??
    Thanks and have a swell day.

  • I believe you…

  • Rabidbadger

    I absolutely love Andrews mind. This ep went a little off tangent than the others, but was fun. I prefer Andrew slowly feeding concepts to Justin And Brian, then blowing their mind, that's the main humor of the show…

    But honeslty. Andrew. Do a second podcast about science and conjecture. Alone or with other hosts. And get your self guesting on other science/skeptic shows. You both explain things well to neophytes like me while also educating me and making me more interested in the subjects.

    Still, keep Weirdthings podcast a little “lighter” because I think that's a slightly different, (but intersecting) audience.

    Oh, and Get a forum, dammit. TL already volunteered to do it for ya. Sheesh. 😉

    ~rabidbadger

  • Rabidbadger

    I absolutely love Andrews mind. This ep went a little off tangent than the others, but was fun. I prefer Andrew slowly feeding concepts to Justin And Brian, then blowing their mind, that’s the main humor of the show…

    But honeslty. Andrew. Do a second podcast about science and conjecture. Alone or with other hosts. And get your self guesting on other science/skeptic shows. You both explain things well to neophytes like me while also educating me and making me more interested in the subjects.

    Still, keep Weirdthings podcast a little “lighter” because I think that’s a slightly different, (but intersecting) audience.

    Oh, and Get a forum, dammit. TL already volunteered to do it for ya. Sheesh. 😉

  • FBchick

    Ok, I see a link to “Twitter this,” but where's my link to share on Facebook? I want to become a fan and share your podcasts. Help!

    I kinda love you guys, btw.

  • FBchick

    Ok, I see a link to “Twitter this,” but where's my link to share on Facebook? I want to become a fan and share your podcasts. Help!

    I kinda love you guys, btw.

  • This episode has become my lure to getting my friends listening to and reading WierdThings.com. “Don't worry, guys, they talk about clone ethics, horse pop, space elevators and microchips. Get some!”