We Know Not What We May Become

We Know Not What We Become

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.

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These Things You Cannot Know

These Things You Cannot Know

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?
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Bright Spots in Dark Places part 1

Episode 305

Episode 305 part 1: Burned and scarred, Dr Sage is not daunted by pushing the bounds of her research. She is keeping secrets from her friends and finding convenient ways to stop them from interfering with her plans. What else could she possibly be hiding?

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Murder in the Generative Kitchen by Meg Pontecorvo

Murder in the Generative Kitchen

With the Vacation Jury Duty system, jurors can lounge on a comfortable beach while watching the trial via virtual reality. Julio is loving the beach, as well as the views of a curvy fellow juror with a rainbow-lacquered skin modification who seems to be the exact opposite of his recent ex-girlfriend back in Chicago. Because of jury sequestration rules, they can’t talk to each other at all, or else they’ll have to pay full price for this Acapulco vacation. Still, Julio is desperate to catch her attention. But while he struts and tries to catch her eye, he also becomes fascinated by the trial at hand.

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The Meddlers of Moonshine by A.E. Decker

Meddlers of Moonshine

Something is rotten in the town of Widget, and Rags-n-Bones knows it’s all his fault. Ever since he snitched that avocado from Miss Ascot’s pack, things have been going wrong. Armed with a handful of memories he never realized he had, Rags-n-Bones searches for a way to put right whatever he did to Widget in the past. If only he knew what it was! Unfortunately, the only person who seems to have answers is a half-mad youth that only Rags can see.

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The Continuum by Wendy Nikel

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For years, Elise has been donning corsets, sneaking into castles, and lying through her teeth to enforce the Place in Time Travel Agency’s ten essential rules of time travel. Someone has to ensure that travel to the past isn’t abused, and most days she welcomes the challenge of tracking down and retrieving clients who have run into trouble on their historical vacations.

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A Most Shocking and Unnatural Event

Episode 208: A Most Shocking and Unnatural Event

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.
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