Authors writing narratives really have a duty to disclose the rules for magic that prevail in their world. Today, Bobby and Jordan explore this idea in literature and how it relates to the propaganda narratives that control in the perceived reality of our modern world.Some people like to listen to us faster… (We sound smarter.):
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Referenced in the Podcast
- The Last Starfighter 1984
- The Remarkables
- Avengers Endgame 2019
- Back to the Future 1985
- Brandon Sanderson Rules for Magic (Laws now?)
- Fuldd amendment: applies to non-magical systems, applies to any hero’s ability –e.g. Chris Pratt vis-a-vis the raptors in Jurassic World.
- You’ve Got Mail 1998
- Sleepless in Seattle 1993
- Jurassic Park 1993
- Sam Neill
- The Witcher
- Some Like it Hot 1959
- Mrs Doubtfire 1993
- McDonalds Fry Guys
- Press secretary “Not with the majority? You’re a dangerous extremist.”
- Waiting for the other shoe to drop.
- Mass formation psychosis – Not what you think?