Neil and Jeff talk about the pause in global warming, the potential issues of the pause and the double standard of how climate change is covered in the media. + is the continuation of climate shaming helping or hurting the one toward solutions? They talk about the new Google Headquarters Campus designed by architecture firms BIG and Heatherwick Studio. The renderings offer of the new campus offer an almost utopian view of corporate life, but is it more flash than reality? Neil and Jeff review the best and worst of television including House of Cards, the Last Man on Earth, Secrets and Lies, Better Call Saul and Vikings. Jeff accuses Neil of technophobia when discussing Chappie, and Neil tries to explain why we should fear the robot. Plus a short stop on theNew Jersey settlement with Exxon.
This episode Neil and Jeff talk with Jay Michaelson about his recent article Armageddon for Climate Change Deniers for The Daily Beast and his views on climate shaming and where the debate needs to go. The co-hosts review the winners and losers at the Oscars, the movies that made the nomination list and the movies that should have made it. Plus what’s up with the Sean Penn joke about director Alejandro González Iñárritu, they discuss. Neil and Jeff continue their exploration of tiny dwellings with a conversation about tiny apartments in NYC as well as micro-hotels in Japan. They cover the anticipated release of the new season for House of Cards starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright along with a review of a very, very dark video about the Power Rangers all grown up.