Science fiction has shown itself as an outlet for predicting the future. But watch and read enough sci-fi from different eras, and you might notice a generational difference in how we told these stories. The difference isn’t just in science and technology.
Science fiction from the golden age of sci-fi in the ’50s and ’60s seems to have an optimistic angle on the future. More recent science fiction seems to be a little more dystopia and bleak…Why?
This is part two of a two-part series. Listen to the first part here.
This episode contains explicit language.
Uncertainty Principle is a podcast by Daniel James Barker.
This episode features science fiction podcaster Dean Martin, whose podcast you can find at LibertyStreetGeek.net.
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- Chris Zabriskie (chriszabriskie.com/)
- Professor Kliq (www.professorkliq.com/)
- Joseph Barker (internationalsockmonkey)
You can find Uncertainty Principle online at UncertaintyPrinciplethePodcast.com.
Thanks for listening and keep exploring.