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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

YouTube and Stitcher!


As mentioned on our podcast this past week, we have released our Youtube Channel!

We are excited for the possibilities that this will bring from us beyond just a podcast. We are starting with a secondary show, BTS - Podcast. This is a behind the scenes look at our process as we get ready to record, syncing audio and some video of us recording. It will be released every Wednesday at 12:00p Eastern.

We have ideas for further video content. Please subscribe and stay tuned for more content as we finish it and make it available.

We have also released our audio podcast on Stitcher! You can listen to our podcast on Google Play, iTunes, Stitcher and YouTube with new episodes arriving every Sunday at Noon Eastern.

Thank you for your continuing support!

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Reluctantly Politicking to Apple - Wonderbury Podcast #4

This week Brian and Dave reluctantly talk about current politics and discuss why they are not Apple people as Brian has an iPad for work now. 

Wonderbury also has launched it's Youtube Channel and we talk about the future of Wonderbury on Youtube. 

As always, you can ask questions on our Facebook page at

-Hosted by-
Brian Keesbury:
David Wonderly:
Intro Music by Brian Keesbury

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Fishing the High Castle - Wonderbury Podcast #3

This week, we talk about Fish, High Castles, the size of things and maths.


Math mentioned in the episode.

Relative mass

Sun: 1.99x10^30 kg

Mercury: 3.30x10^23 kg

Venus: 4.87x10^24 kg

Earth: 5.97x10^24 kg

Mars: 6.42x10^23 kg

Asteroid Belt: 3.20x10^21 kg (maximum estimation)

Jupiter: 1.90x10^27 kg

Saturn: 5.68x10^26 kg

Uranus: 8.68x10^25 kg

Neptune: 1.02x10^26 kg

Pluto: 1.30x10^22 kg (included for completeness)

The combined mass of everything except the Sun comes to approximately 0.13% of the total. So the Sun does account for 99.86% of the overall mass.

The planets and asteroid belt together come to 2.67x10^27 kg. Jupiter makes up approximately 71% of that.