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The Liminal

Dec 6, 2017

Antarctica is enormous. Five million square miles of ice and silence. No wonder it's the subject of so much wonder, and so many stories and rumors. In this episode of The Liminal, we explore the mysteries of Antarctica -- from its earliest exploration, to strange maps showing a world unfamiliar to the one we know,...


Oct 30, 2017

Have you ever had the feeling that you've experienced something before, but knew that you hadn't? In this episode of The Liminal, we'll experience déjà vu, and explore three different explanations for it.

Is déjà vu the result of a brain malfunction? Is it the effect of profound pattern recognition felt at the...


Sep 22, 2017

In this episode of The Liminal, we're going to look at the future in a new way: through stories. Not stories that describe the future, but futures that look strangely like stories that were told long beforehand...


Aug 15, 2017

What happens to consciousness when we create the illusion of disembodiment? For over half a century, people have used isolation tanks to see what happens to perception when sight, sound, and touch are taken out of the equation. If you've never explored this subject, you're in for a fascinating journey. Because you...


Jul 31, 2017

Mysterious sounds from space suggest that the reality we know (and hear) is much smaller than we thought.