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Today we have special guest host Veronica Belmont from Tekzilla! We look at the top movie tropes that get an F in science. In this week's "Esther Gets Experimental" we show you how to create plasma using a single humble grape and your microwave. And can you help solve the mystery movies and books from our latest Lost Media cases?
There is a lot of science in movies that deserves a big, red F - see what we think is the worst!
io9: We Come From the Future is a news show about science, entertainment and culture from a tomorrow that you wish you lived in today. Annalee Newitz, editor in chief of io9, and Esther Inglis Arkell, io9 writer, cover science fiction and science fact in a studio format with segments including Esther Gets Experimental, Ask a Scientist, Tragic Trailer, Doom of the Week, Trivia Quiz and This is Awesome. The show will feature field segments and interviews with scientists, experts, and authors. In a whimsical yet authentic format, Annalee and Esther will explain weird and interesting science, feature interesting material from the web, discuss popular culture in reviewing books, tv, and film, and perform fantastic experiments.
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There are plenty of science mistakes that film makers just can't get enough of. No matter how much we all know they don't work, either script writers, directors, or stunt coordinators keep using them. So here's our Top picks for Movie Tropes that Get an F in Science!
In today's Esther Gets Experimental we're going to show you how to make plasma in the microwave with a single grape and a reckless disregard for your microwave.
We got two more cases for Lost Media help AND Veronica shares her own Lost Media pick centering on a movie that put her off the entire horror movie genre forever!