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Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
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I think it's there's nothing that distinguishes the kind of work I do from from some of my colleagues. It's a real commitment to using computers and stories. A kind of rigorous matter who is your monster high IQ.
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Hi, welcome to SciFi talk. And today we're look at the series Cosmos, a person that I respect a lot, is Andrew lien who was married to Carl Sagan and created. The original Cosmos is the reason it's very involved on this year. He's here. She talks about season 3 and I'm like a Seinfeld character about season 3. I think you mean, but yeah, we really open it up. I feel like we're more alive.
to so many different things on this planet, as well as the obvious that we have some stories to tell that are absolutely
I think, you know, completely unknown and completely astonishing. So and that's what caused mostly is storytelling. And so I'm very excited to me and says he thinks he's the best one yet. So you think, what do you season one? And I love season 1, man, because I think Carl is the greatest spiritual teacher, you know, since Charles Darwin.
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I have to go I mean I can't say that I like like season 3 better than season 1 or season 2 cuz I just feel like for their different things, right? But there's some stuff and, of course, I would like Fox Maggio, head-on. I'm thinking about this season that we have, we have really good meeting Lost World, lost civilizations of Africa, the story of three scientists. Three scientists. No one's ever heard of that are so absolutely critical to the world. We live in and one of them
It is a murder on a level that I can't even imagine personally ever being brave enough to do, what he did that kind of stuff. I think that's what we need now. It's a little weird, not spending out every minute of their lives shopping. You know, people who actually care about the future people who are actually finding new worlds, discovering new worlds of adding to this forty thousand generations of the human effort. So I'm so I'm the luckiest person in the world, to be able to do this on the level, that we can do it at Cosmos cinematically with an array of town.
That you needed. People usually work until I get paid a lot more to you. No more. And then we can pay them, but they're here, because he was actually mean something to do with these days. You know why I say you can't, he can't get to Mars, tell me why you tell one lie in the hundred thousand steps that need to be go right. In order to get tomorrow and you're not going to force you. Going to know you're going to miss Mars by a lot that's the police. And here, we are living in this Society where all of us know every day we're getting a steady diet of lies. That is, I never in my, I am old. But I have never seen anything like this, where people just a little I like, with any fear of even than anyone will care that their lives. And so, what's plan and put, it is usually put his finger on that thing. That is the essence of coffee.
Timothy Adams was Carl Sagan to which is it matters was true. And you know, we have the same Shadow on our future and he can't be cute. Hope to get to that possible world. This is the real star of the show the possible world that we can still have here. We can't get there from where we are if we lie to each other and to ourselves so I guess that is not we can't give you any absolute truth. Science has this great permanent revolution and that's supposed to be like
If we want, we love you. Thank you. You know what you do? You are a Pious time. If you figured out, we were wrong. Is what we need right now, is more Syfy.
Back on Syfy talk. I'm telling to a lot is in the driver seat. We are all going to suffer and that's how I feel like it's like I was lucky enough to live in a time where are the meaning of all the bad things the government to do?
It's not one of them. It's not something that you have. This feeling of Shame. You do you think opportunity?
Rare opportunity for human self-esteem. And it wasn't that lucky Martin in a lot of the aerospace companies made a lot of money on. It wasn't for the vanity of a single individual. It was far as I think of all of us. Of course, it was part of the nuclear arms race with the Russians, and they're with you, you know, this ad under undertone. But the real point was that they were coming for all of us and I and I think of like
Lords and Lady Bountiful Advance the human Enterprise. It makes me feel like I'm living in the eighteenth or nineteenth Century. I want to be sick because it's not the point. Let me ask you a question. How we're going to solve the problems we face? If we have to conform to the balance sheet of these people, we need to sell promise. If it were thinking in terms of a thousand years and what happens to our descendants, then I'm a hundred years old and you and we're being asked to look to the rich who have such a fabulous record of being so deeply concerned about yuman and other species, welfare. This is insane, and it's a very sad chapter.
She's a lucky woman. According to her, I've been really lucky and I remembered that was and I was
Stupefyingly Lucky in that the guy sitting next to me was Carl Sagan and he wanted me to finish every sentence. And when people would say oh Carl your idea about this or that was so brilliant. That wasn't my idea that was a nice idea. And so I was in a very unusual privileged position because I had someone who commanded such respect putting his response in the service of my ability to express myself and to get things done.
And it made all the difference for me, but everybody can't have a girl thing and standing next to them, you know, all one that they could, and that's that sucks. So, you know, I just feel super lucky because I know so many people of color, so many women who also had a lot of potential and put it done really big things, and they never got a seat at the table. And so, I feel a little bit of guilty because I had such a great person in my corner.
I think we're the lucky ones and amazing person and amazing woman and Julian Cosmos, season 3 airing on Nat Geo starting. March 9th for Syfy talk, this is Johnny, gelato this is Jules State, Hartley, from Smallville and say, this is Robert Patrick and this is James Marsters on Syfy top 20 from Sanctuary. I played Montague John drew it on George Takei and I listen to SciFi talk.
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