Everything

The Fermi Paradox, Auschwitz Selfie, and Moon Hooch

In this episode of Everything Justin and Keith discuss the Fermi Paradox and it's cultural and religous implications. They follow up with a discussion around the girl who took a selfie at Auschwitz. The close by talking about last show's recommendation of Moon Hooch's Tiny Desk Concert.

Show rundown:

Fermi Paradox: 02m 29s

Selfie: 01h 00m 44s

Recommendations: 01h 23m 36s

You can read Wait But Why's take on the Fermi Paradox here.

They're Made Out of Meat is a short story written by Terry Bisson and can be read here.

Moon Hooch's NPR Tiny Desk concert can be viewed here. You can find more information on the band at their website.


The intro/outro music for the show was found on The Free Music Archive, and is provided by Johnny Hawaii:

The Lonely Smurfer (Johnny Hawaii) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

The interstitial music was also found on The Free Music Archive, and is provided by Miss Emma:

Une Glass au Citron (Miss Emma) / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Snowpiercer

In this episode of Everything, Justin and Keith discss the social and economic commentary of Bong Joon-Ho's Snowpiercer, starring Chris Evans, John Hurt, Tilda Swinton, and Ed Harris. They end the show with discussion on last episodes recommendation of the Spoon River Anthology, and Justin recommends Moon Hooch's performance on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert.

Show Rundown:

Snowpiercer: 08m 56s

Recommendations: 57m 42s

The Wait But Why article on The Fermi Paradox can be found here.

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You may hear a slight buzzing in the backround during this week's recommendations, this is because Justin forgot to turn off his AC unit before recording. It won't happen again.


The intro/outro music for the show was found on The Free Music Archive, and is provided by Johnny Hawaii:

The Lonely Smurfer (Johnny Hawaii) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

The interstitial music was also found on The Free Music Archive, and is provided by Miss Emma:

Une Glass au Citron (Miss Emma) / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0