Unfortunately, we’ve seen a reoccurance of the audio gremlins from last episode and they have gotten somewhat larger.
That’s what happens when you feed them, sadly.
We’ve had our best Caveman Sound Engineers have a look at it, and they have recovered what they can, considering they have been dead for more than 10 thousand years.
A colony ship floats above a verdant world, trying to land its technologically backslid crew before the systems finally fail.
Genetically adapted explorers struggling with the unfamiliar bodies which now house their advanced intellects.
A quest to reignite the fire of rational thought and measure the span of a shattered world, perhaps reuniting it along the way.
A competition of Neolithic invention, competing technology start-ups, and terrible, terrible Hubris.
Time travelers studying their own distant ancestors, or are they becoming them?
Primitive chrononauts battle devious dinosaurs through time, altering history in unexpected and worrying ways.
r/K-Selection theory (Ben’s terrible at remembering this the right way around. High K species nurture their few young, low K species have squllions insted.)
A Mission of Gravity by Hal Clement
Erich von Däniken – Chariot of the Gods? Ancient Astronauts, basically.
One Million Years B.C. That’s the movie with Raquel Welch. 3000 BC was in the Bronze age, when living in caves was very passé.
Sliders with Spears?