Podcast: Extreme Mars Things

Posted by on October 2nd, 2016
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SpaceX unveiled their Mars travel framework. What was announced, what does this tech mean, and what’s the criticism? #JourneyQuest will return next episode! Got something weird? Email neshcom@gmail.com, subject line “Weird Things.”


Andrew: SpaceX’s Mars announcement and How to Make Money on Mars

Justin: JuRY/Px3 live in London! Email justinrobertyoung@gmail.com, subject line “London”

Brian: Luke Cage

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  • Anonymous

    I for one much preferred 90 minutes of space enthusiasm over the tedium of another installment of running away from a hoard of beautiful, ingenious, pregnant STEM students and their delicious confectioneries.

    Then again, I never liked rpgs and may apparently find myself with a considerably non-zero chance of making it to another f*ing planet. So I’m probably biased is what I’m saying.

  • Tyler

    Maybe micro gravity would be the best place for people with osteoporosis? I wonder if space could be a healthier environment for some people who were aging and/or suffering from degenerative diseases. It would be amusing if the majority of space pioneers were people who decided to head to Mars instead of Florida.

  • Anonymous

    I’m all for discussions about the future and technology, but it’s gotten to the point that it feels like actual “Weird” things are an afterthought. Maybe it’s just me, but things like traveling to Mars and self driving cars aren’t exactly what I’d call weird, at least in comparison to the things that used to come up a lot in past episodes, like Bigfoot, Goblins, Ghosts, and other, more paranormal and cryptozoological topics. At this point It would make more sense for you guys to just rename the podcast to something that better represented the majority of your content.