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The Bedtime Science Fiction Whisper Show - Triplanetary Quietly ASMR

    • Arts

This week's episode of the Bedtime Science Fiction Whisper Show features a 1934 novel and space opera by E.E. "Doc" Smith, entitled "Triplanetary".   It is the first entry of his Lensman series, which was a runner up for a Hugo award for Best All-Time Series in 1966.  "Triplanetary" is a longer work, so settle in, as we will be covering it over the next several episodes!

The content on this channel is primarily intended for the purpose of relaxation and stress relief through stimulation of a phenomenon called autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR (hence all the whispering).  It is often described as a sense of well-being combined with a tingling sensation that occurs mostly in the head, neck, and shoulder area.  Certain sensory experiences, both visual, auditory and combined, can produce the effect in those who are ASMR sensitive.  It is best enjoyed in a quiet setting with the use of headphones. New episodes premiere each Monday at 7pm CST.

If you like what you hear on this podcast, please feel free to visit my YouTube channel, Quietly ASMR!


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This episode is sponsored by
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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/quietlyasmr/support

This week's episode of the Bedtime Science Fiction Whisper Show features a 1934 novel and space opera by E.E. "Doc" Smith, entitled "Triplanetary".   It is the first entry of his Lensman series, which was a runner up for a Hugo award for Best All-Time Series in 1966.  "Triplanetary" is a longer work, so settle in, as we will be covering it over the next several episodes!

The content on this channel is primarily intended for the purpose of relaxation and stress relief through stimulation of a phenomenon called autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR (hence all the whispering).  It is often described as a sense of well-being combined with a tingling sensation that occurs mostly in the head, neck, and shoulder area.  Certain sensory experiences, both visual, auditory and combined, can produce the effect in those who are ASMR sensitive.  It is best enjoyed in a quiet setting with the use of headphones. New episodes premiere each Monday at 7pm CST.

If you like what you hear on this podcast, please feel free to visit my YouTube channel, Quietly ASMR!


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/quietlyasmr/support

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