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Returning Doctor Geek's Science Fair Innovators

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Creating the City of Tomorrow is no simple task.  Normally this is where we would begin a discussion of new urbanism, and the process of developing a community for the 21st century, but  that would be skipping over the inspirations behind such projects. 

Therefore, as we begin our investigation into The City of Tomorrow, Doctor Geek and Mister Flask decide to get a little spark of imagination by talking with George Wilkins, the musician extraordinaire who was responsible for the score in Horizons the attraction that represented the application of all the ideas that made up the drive behind Walt's Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow.   

As with any project concerning the future, it’s important to remember, if we can dream it, we can do it!

 

Returning Doctor Geek's Science Fair Innovators

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This is no April Fools! Doctor Geek's Laboratory of Applied Geekdom is back! After years of being in production purgatory, the team pulls it together to complete the story started in the Director's Log series of episodes.

In this episode we pay tribute to NASA legend Katherine Johnson.  Truly if anyone could help fix DEUS-X and Madame Oracle it was her.  

Returning Doctor Geek's Science Fair Innovators

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Dr. Stephen Hawking was an inspiration to everyone here at Doctor Geek's Laboratory.  We hope you enjoy this Moment of Science where we interview our robot - Knot Stephen Hawking.  We asked him the questions we wish we could have asked the real Dr. Hawking

 

 

Returning Doctor Geek's Science Fair Innovators

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Did you know a Tesla Roadster was sent into space? It's true, that happened.  There must be a few Heavy Metal fans over at Space X.  We are thrilled by this achievement, and as Claire says in our new moment of science, Doctor Geek should not feel bad, even if someone else beat him to it.