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Oct 7, 2016
Joe and Lauren share their favorite predictions about the future while Jonathan makes lots of jokes. What predictions rank among the team's favorites?
by Joe McCormick | Aug 28, 2015
It's time to look at a science fiction technology: teleporters. Could teleportation ever work? Will it allow for faster-than-light travel?
by Joe McCormick | Jul 10, 2015
In Star Wars, the capital of the empire is Coruscant, a planet covered by an enormous city. Is such a thing possible? And how crowded would a planet with one trillion people be?
by Joe McCormick | Dec 17, 2014
In Star Trek, humans no longer use money. Is this really in our future?
by Joe McCormick | Oct 10, 2014
Anxieties about technological trends have had a profound influence on the history of the horror genre and the creatures that populate it. In preparation for Halloween season, the Fw:Thinking podcast investigates the future of your nightmares.
by Joe McCormick | Sep 5, 2014
Why is it in science fiction films you never see people struggle to operate consumer tech? Will the tech of the future really be flawlessly simple?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 6, 2014
Will humans in the future talk like we do today? Or is the perfect English of a Jean-Luc Picard merely a convenience for sci-fi writers?
by Joe McCormick | May 9, 2014
We're old hands at making predictions but history is filled with inaccurate (and hilarious) guesses that were way off the mark.
by Joe McCormick | Mar 28, 2014
Is antigravity possible? From impractical flying machines to cities in the clouds, we take a look at science fiction technology that allows us to slip the bonds of Earth. Is any of it possible?
by Joe McCormick | Mar 19, 2014
Seriously, is time travel possible? We take a look at the philosophy and physics of time travel.
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