Episode 310 part 2: Professor Savant and Abigail try and find Dr Sage. She has reorganized her lab and encrypted all the files. Where has she gone and what is she up to? Even the Narrator has been disconnected.Continue reading “Off the Map”
Episode 307: The philosophies of Descartes and Locke lay the ground work for Kant’s Phenomenal Consciousness—thoughts cannot be a mere succession of associated ideas. Philosophical discussions abound as Sage & Savant travel back to the court of Catherine the Great. They question whether physics can be (or even should be) removed from metaphysics. Get your philosophy on with this month’s episode.
Episode 306: Sage and Savant travel a thousand years into the future. What a different world they find themselves in with computers, AI, nanobots, and more–all things Dr Sage hungers to understand. Will she remember her own rules of time travel?
Continue reading “These Things You Cannot Know”
Provost Cunningham has been a thorn in Doctor Petronella Sage’s side ever since she came to King’s College and now she must confront him for once and for all. Will Cunningham succeed in ending the Doctor’s research, or will Sage find a way to convince the skeptical provost she must be allowed to continue her work? Find out in this month’s special two-part episode: Joyeuse le départ.
Continue reading “Joyeuse le départ part 1”
Abigail has been hesitant to travel with Sage and Savant because of the dangers involved, but the Doctor and Professor have worn down her resolve. The three of them venture back to Seneca Falls, 1848, just in time to witness the first Women’s Rights Convention. As exciting as this historical event is for the trio, it also ends up reaffirming the long, dangerous road ahead for women.
Continue reading “A Most Shocking and Unnatural Event”
On December 28, 1879, the Tay Railroad Bridge extending from Wormit to Dundee collapsed whilst a train was crossing, killing all on board. This may not sound like an ideal place to find love, but it is where Dr Sage and Professor Savant find themselves on their latest adventure. Can Sage and Savant find a way to change history, can they transform their fate and forge a bridge to a new future?
Continue reading “Of Trainwrecks and Heartaches”
Sage and Savant have their skills and nerves tested as they face the knives, arrows, and rifles while in the guise of circus performers. Don’t miss the exciting conclusion of our special two part December episode, Circus of Dreams.
Continue reading “Circus of Dreams part 2”
Transmigrating alone whilst the Professor recovers from his ordeal in the desert, Doctor Petronella Sage is stranded in a lunatic asylum in 1899. Teaming up with a young inmate who is away with the fairies, the Doctor seeks to set the record straight on the health benefits of onanism and test a new modal theory for bringing travelers home.
Continue reading “Amok in an Asylum”
Professor Savant remains in the desert, but will he survive? Dr Sage is visited by The Stranger yet again, with even more questions unanswered. The Charges d’ affairs is pleased with Dr Sage’s progress, but are aware that additional steps will need to be taken to ensure her ‘research’ remains undetected. Season two begins with a whole new set of problems.
Continue reading “The Prodigal Professor”
In The Tales of Sage & Savant, Dr. Sage and Professor Savant send their conscious minds through time and space to inhabit other bodies. They retain those experiences when they return to their own bodies. Part of our theory behind this mode of time travel is the current theory that thoughts are quantum objects rather than physical aspects chained to the cerebral matter of our brains. Recent tests have aimed at proving quantum objects can travel through time. Therefore if thoughts are quantum, they would also be able to travel through time. This is great fodder for Science Fiction!
Continue reading “Does Dr Sage Actually Travel Through Time?”