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Hacker’s fear rating has plummeted to near zero – almost no one is scared of him anymore! To boost his bad guy image, he blasts the antenna off of Far Out Radio and sets off a cataclysmic chain reaction: no music – no rebooter bees – no computer chips – no Cyberspace!  The CyberSquad must find and measure each antenna piece so they can replace the antenna before Cyberspace shuts down.
 
Hacker’s fear rating has plummeted to near zero – almost no one is scared of him anymore! To boost his bad guy image, he blasts the antenna off of Far Out Radio and sets off a cataclysmic chain reaction: no music – no rebooter bees – no computer chips – no Cyberspace!  The CyberSquad must find and measure each antenna piece so they can replace the antenna before Cyberspace shuts down.
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The episode's title, "Peace, Love, and Hackerness", may be a play on the phrase, "Peace, Love, and Happiness". The original phrase may have originated from the 1960s.<ref>"Peace, Love, & Happiness" by Andrew Fiala https://philosophynow.org/issues/105/Peace_Love_and_Happiness</ref>
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*The episode's title, "Peace, Love, and Hackerness", is a play on the phrase "peace, love, and happiness", which is associated with "the idealism of the 1960s"<ref>"Peace, Love, & Happiness" by Andrew Fiala [//philosophynow.org/issues/105/Peace_Love_and_Happiness Peace, Love, & Happiness]. Andrew Fiala. ''Philosophy Now'' issue 105.</ref>.
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"Peace, Love, and Hackerness"
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Plot

Hacker’s fear rating has plummeted to near zero – almost no one is scared of him anymore! To boost his bad guy image, he blasts the antenna off of Far Out Radio and sets off a cataclysmic chain reaction: no music – no rebooter bees – no computer chips – no Cyberspace!  The CyberSquad must find and measure each antenna piece so they can replace the antenna before Cyberspace shuts down.

Trivia

  • The episode's title, "Peace, Love, and Hackerness", is a play on the phrase "peace, love, and happiness", which is associated with "the idealism of the 1960s"[1].

Gallery

Reference

  1. "Peace, Love, & Happiness" by Andrew Fiala Peace, Love, & Happiness. Andrew Fiala. Philosophy Now issue 105.

External Links

PBS KIDS - Cyberchase Videos - Peace, Love, and Hackerness

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