Encuentra tu próximo/a podcast favorito/a

Conviértase en miembro hoy y lea gratis durante 30 días
#476 Science in Fiction: Nerds and geeks of all stripes love to dissect exactly how their favorite (or least favorite) sci-fi and fantasy tales got science so wrong. But many TV shows, movies and book actually manage to get science pretty right (except for those pesky time-tra...

#476 Science in Fiction: Nerds and geeks of all stripes love to dissect exactly how their favorite (or least favorite) sci-fi and fantasy tales got science so wrong. But many TV shows, movies and book actually manage to get science pretty right (except for those pesky time-tra...

DesdeScience for the People


#476 Science in Fiction: Nerds and geeks of all stripes love to dissect exactly how their favorite (or least favorite) sci-fi and fantasy tales got science so wrong. But many TV shows, movies and book actually manage to get science pretty right (except for those pesky time-tra...

DesdeScience for the People

valoraciones:
Longitud:
60 minutos
Publicado:
Jun 1, 2018
Formato:
Episodio de podcast

Descripción

Nerds and geeks of all stripes love to dissect exactly how their favorite (or least favorite) sci-fi and fantasy tales got science so wrong. But many TV shows, movies and book actually manage to get science pretty right (except for those pesky time-travel impossibilities). How do they do that? A lot of times, they phone a scientist. We'll speak with one of those scientists, Mika McKinnon, about the work she does advising TV shows and movies on physics, space and more. And we'll talk with science journalist and novelist Annalee Newitz about the scientists she consulted for her novel, "Autonomous"....
Publicado:
Jun 1, 2018
Formato:
Episodio de podcast