Is science-fiction rooted in science? Has science caught up to science-fiction, past and present? Is there any scientific technology that has surpassed science-fiction? This episode explores these questions and more.

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André Bormanis ...
Himself - Star Trek writer and science advisor
Alex Filippenko ...
Himself - Phd., Astrophysicist
Pamela L. Gay ...
Herself - Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Kevin R. Grazier ...
Himself - Battlestar Galactica science advisor (as Dr. Kevin R. Grazier)
Brooks Peck ...
Himself - Science fiction Museum & Hall of Fame
Erik Thompson ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
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Is science-fiction rooted in science? Has science caught up to science-fiction, past and present? Is there any scientific technology that has surpassed science-fiction? This episode explores these questions and more.

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