From Twinkies to Big League Chew, the world of snacks has offered a myriad of sugary goodness as far back as the late 1800s. In this episode, we discuss whether or not we’d bring back select childhood goodies…join us!
After an editing nightmare due to a hard to find setting, it’s finally here! In this episode we talk with Comedian and Master of Suck Dan Cummins about what we would do if WestWorld were a reality. Strap in for some sweet suckage as we step into our own Timesuck of sorts on this very special –and long-awaited– edition of The What If Podcast!
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Time. It flies when we’re having fun, and it takes its toll on us as we age. But sometimes it rewards us with vivid memories of the past that make it all worth it. In this episode we list out favorite childhood shows we’d like to see come back and talk about if they’d make it in the current social climate.
In 1981 Alvin Schwartz published a book that would forever change the face of children’s literature. Scary Stories to tell in the dark is one of the books most beloved by children and beguiled by adults for its visceral tales and nightmarish illustrations.We had a chance to interview the producer of an upcoming documentary about this hallowed literature and its author.
Promos: None this episode because of technical difficulties.
Death is a finality that the living can only hope to comprehend, but for some the idea they may already be dead is a harsh reality that scares those who care for them and intrigues those treating them for this strange affliction. Cotard’s Delusion, on this episode of What If!
What if you believed that your friends and loved ones were imposters? Josh and and I discuss what causes Capgras Delusion, its history, and examples of cases as well as how we might handle this malady if we faced it.
So find a quiet and secret spot to listen to this episode as we attempt inform you before our imposters get back and subvert the podcast…
To make up for not having an episode last week, Jbats invited his kids onto the show to talk about how things might be if humans developed super powers. Sit back and listen to us chatter on about superheroes and the brain!
Reversing the process aging has always been a driving force in the advancement of technology, and one of the leading ideas towards immortality is the concept of moving our mind to a digital state. Can uploading our mind to a computer give us the ability to live indefinitely, or is the human brain so complex that we can never teach computers to read, interpret, and copy our ‘selves’ to digital storage?