We've reboozled the fintoozler to find silly examples of terrible technobabble.
Pew pew, laser beams!
It’s often assumed that time travel would break the laws of logic.
This week, we’re discussing how technology functions, or doesn’t function, in a fantasy setting.
A few weeks ago we talked about how space opera has held up in the face of advancing technology and a changing culture.
What happens when sword-and-sorcery societies get their hands on instant messaging.
These oversights will make your detailed world leave lingering questions.
Do even the worst train wrecks have something good to take from them?
How taking to the skies alters your sword-and-sorcery society.
It took billions to build this thing, but why would we make sure it works first?
How this massive, multiplanetary series puts the "sci" in sci-fi.
Chris, Mike, and Oren discuss the ups and downs of using history in worldbuilding.
These devices got out of hand too fast for their writers to manage.
How Star Trek's futuristic duplication device would alter our world.
The writers might not have thought these devices out, so we did it for them.