Special Live Conversations in Science: Star Trek vs Star Wars

The release of Rogue One is looming closer and closer, and this Science Geek can barely contain her excitement. However, if it were another Star Trek film, I'd be out there insisting that I watch it either with advance screenings or on the opening night. But which is the better franchise: Star Trek or Star Wars?

Step back folks because the lid on that can of worms is about to spring off for a special LIVE 2-hr episode of Conversations in Science. But I won't be the only one... Nearly half of the other hosts from the KLRN Radio have to decided that this is one topic that must be explored from all angles.

Move over, Mr President-Elect. You have nothing compared to Vader or Kirk.

So when is this debate of all debates?Conversations in Science: Trek vs Wars

Saturday December 17th, 2016, 4pm – 6pm

Sunday December 18th, 2016, 10am - 12noon.

To listen to the live show, head on over to KLRNRadio or the station's feed on Spreaker. (The show will be downloadable from all the standard places afterward.)

Do you want to join in on the debate yourself?

For those in the USA, phone in on 405-200-1715.

Don't want to call long distance, or live internationally?
Skype us using our SkypeID: KLRNRadio (audio only please).

And you can always join us in the station's chat room during the show.

I'm sure that by the time we finish, I can convince the others that I'm right and they're wrong. Sorry guys, the space battles in Wars are cool, but Trek will always be the winner.

Beam us up, Scotty. The life down here is not as we know it.

While we're waiting for that transporter to actually be invented, why don't you check out some of the previous episodes of Conversations in Science.

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