Offworld: The Wandering Earth (2019)

This week, we take a look at one of the most ambitious space movies of the past year, The Wandering Earth. Joined by Sarafina Nance, astrophysics PhD student at UC Berkeley, we discuss the film’s idea of moving the Earth out of our solar system to find a new home four light years away. Would that undertaking be possible?

Tested in 2019: Adam Savage’s Favorite Things!

Adam caps off our staff’s favorite things video series this year with his list of favorite stuff from 2019. It starts with his favorite new hat, and includes tools, books, a mind-blowing fan creation, and an awesome organization worth supporting. Thank you for watching our videos this past year and continuing to support us, and we’ll see you in 2020!

Tested in 2019: Ariel’s Favorite Things!

Ariel, host of our Offworld space and science fiction show, shares a few of her favorite books, tools, and projects. Check out this D-I-Y cloud chamber build for visualizing cosmic rays, get a free e-book from NASA, and see how Ariel keeps track of project ideas and to-do lists. Stay tuned for more Offworld in 2020!

Episode 531 – The Last One Of The Year – 12/26/19

With the power of video calling, we’re able to get together (remotely) one more time this year to chat about the two most pressing topics we’ve been asked about: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Half-Life: Alyx! Hope you all have a wonderful holiday and see you next year! (Apologies for the audio and video quality, which was saved from Skype)

The Rise of Skywalker SPOILERCAST – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 12/24/19

Happy Christmas eve, everyone! On our final episode of Still Untitled for the year, we had to discuss Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker! Adam and Will had just come back to the cave after watching it, so their impressions are fresh. Suffice to say, we go into full spoilers for this conversation!

Tested in 2019: Jeremy’s Favorite Things!

It’s Jeremy’s favorite time of year–sharing his favorite electronics kits and tools. This year, Jeremy gushes over tabletop game that’s actually a learning tool for understanding how computers work, a starter project for aspiring Arduino programmers, an essential work light, and his favorite VR headset!