Feb 27, 2019
::Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young casually play in the background::
Oh, hey, didn't see you there. Welcome to part one of Annihilation. There's a supernatural doins a transpiring, but cause this is the south we're going to meander our way into it like an albino croc at feeding time. We're joined by special guest PZ Meyers for this journey into the heart or weirdness. He'll be playing the role of the biologist who survives but probably wished he hadn't. For part one, we discuss the topic of catastrophic change, and how it relates to personhood over time and to our relationship with nature. In part two we'll discuss how the movie seems to advance a form of Deep Ecology. In the meantime, the key question is whether or not you're on #TeamShimmer
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NEW: NEXT WEEKS SUBJECT: More Annihilation! We're going full Deep Ecology, and it's gonna get weird.