Sci-fi SatireA 6-episode satirical podcast that weaves its way through the annals of time and the wormholes of space.
Over the six episodes CSIS Special Agent Ace Galaksi’s investigations will conclude that Earth has been playing host to shape changing alien visitors since the planet was so young it was still getting the hang of spinning – and that some of those visitors left artifacts behind.
One of those artifacts was as small as a seventy million year old tennis ball, another as big as the great pyramid of Giza.
Along the way Ace also determines the exact circumstances that led to the evolution of birds.
- Hitching through the galaxy: How people used to imagine vehicles of the future. http://t.co/FxcwCgvaP6, 2 hours ago
- Canada putting more money into space initiatives! Or is that space onto money initiatives? Either way pretty cool. http://t.co/iqvBq6lrOu, Oct 01
- http://t.co/GvQFcDWwki, Sep 30
- @SFFAudio Great cover!, Sep 29
- Since the existence of black holes is under dispute it looks like the only way to cross the event horizon now is through Netflix., Sep 26
- @maximaxoo @AmusingPlanet Well done!, Sep 24
- @maximaxoo @AmusingPlanet Now all they need is an oversized Hot Wheel., Sep 24
- Congratulations to India for successfully placing a satellite into orbit around Mars! Cue first Martian game of cowboys and Indians., Sep 24
- Delicious! Artist Hong Yi Plays with her Food for 30 Days http://t.co/JXfdAGUbTG via @Colossal, Sep 21
- Somewhere in the multiverse. http://t.co/34Ukt6aMuf, Sep 21
When the Precambrian rock embedded with microscopic tap shoes ended up on the Chief’s desk his intention was to give the case to any CSIS special agent except Ace Galaksi, because any other agent would certainly have filed it in the giant filing cabinet marked hoaxes and crackpot allegations. The reason the Chief hated giving Ace any cases was because he always considered every possible answer to all of life’s questions, no matter how bizarre, unreasonable or downright impossible.Unfortunately all the other special agents were on lunch.
As much as the Chief hated giving the case to Ace, he actually had no choice. It was part of his destiny, as decreed by the editor-in-chief of the Giant Book of Destiny. Just as it was Ace’s destiny to make several startling discoveries, important enough to change the history of Earth. And unpopular enough to land him in the “Wanted Dead – Not Alive” files of every spying organization on the planet.