Where did it go?

What Happened to the Reboot of Space 1999

Yes, I was a Space 1999 fan, too. I was a kid! I wasn’t asking hard questions about physics like, “How does the moon travel to a new solar system every week?” As an adult, I am a little perturbed by this schema. Not that the series was bad science, but more that the writers and producers just glossed over that little fact. You don’t have to do bad science to have a good sci-fi show. Sharknado gets a pass, just because it’s a shark and a tornado. Dorothy was lucky she only had to deal with one archetypal, meme.

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I am a father, a counselor, and have been fortunate enough to have traveled the world. I enjoy writing, exploring consciousness, and listening to others.

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