Dr. Phineas Kastle hosted a screening of the film Blade Runner for the other professors from UNLV. We were rather astonished to see Steampunk elements in the art direction. When replicants Leon and Roy go to meet the maker of their eyes, Chew-we find Chew in amazing Steampunk form with retro aviator cap and multiple lensed goggle glasses. In the scene with robotic snake manufacturer, Abdul Hassan, he is wearing fantastic goggles with a fez and robotic steam python wrapped around his neck. From the hairstyles to steam powered flying cars, the people in downtown LA in 2019 look like our people. We loved that they were speaking a combination of Spanish and Korean, not a bad call if you visit downtown LA today you will hear it. Considering that this film was made in 1982 and without the aid of computers, it is remarkable that they had already retro-fitted the future.