HyperLab Omni Episode 7 – Newtonian Timeslip

Greetings from the HyperLab!
In today’s episode, we follow the threads of Episode 6’s cliffhanger ending and listen as Jason makes a life and death gamble with an AI ghost in the HLO machine.
And later, Chad and Jason play with some temporal tautological traps as they explore an Isaac Netwon themed time travel short story by Paul J. Nahin that appeared in Omni magazine in January 1979.

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Mind melting interior art by “psychic realist” Rudolf Hausner
Newton, by William Blake

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