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The surprising connections in science and technology that give you the Big Picture. Astronomer Seth Shostak and science journalist Molly Bentley are joined each week by leading researchers, techies, and journalists to provide a smart and humorous take on science. Our regular "Skeptic Check" episodes cast a critical eye on pseudoscience.
 
UNKNOWN — a UFO podcast —is a monthly show led by a team of UFO journalists and researchers who approach the UFO subject with responsible skepticism and the scientific, journalistic attention it deserves. On each episode, they discuss current UFO stories, revisit the history of the modern UFO era, and hang out with special guests as they explore the mysterious and fascinating UFO subject.
 
Space Talk features discussions on a variety of space related topics from SpaceRef and our partners as well as public domain sources such as NASA. Topics include robotic and manned space exploration, space science, space policy, Mars, Astrobiology and everything in between.
 
When we think about science, we often hear about amazing discoveries, but rarely hear about the struggles, personal accomplishments, and personalities of the scientists behind the data. On Deeper than Data with Ben Rush, we explore the personal journeys, failures, and successes of scientists through storytelling and humor. You’ll walk away with touching stories, life lessons, and feeling inspired through conversational interviews and improvised games.
 
Abnormies is podcast hosted by Brandur & Si. Brandur is (at the time of writing this) paralysed from the neck down... although he doesn't accept this will be permanent. He is also Icelandic and has a funny accent (Si wrote that bit) Si is recently disabled due to a spinal condition that (at the time of writing this) is increasingly worsening and 'could' lead to paralysis.. although, like Brandur, he refuses to accept this. He also has a very, silly accent.Join them each week for candid chats ...
 
Indian Genes is committed to bringing in ideas and thoughts from Global leaders in their field to every listener and home, with the intention of providing free and easy access to this information to all that would want to continue their quest for continuous learning. We also are very focused on our young talent that would benefit from this exposure as they plan and move ahead in the careers and life path, hopefully inspiring them to greater heights and clarity in thought that builds both cha ...
 
This show is a weekly conversation between Tig Notaro and her co-hosts Kyle Dunnigan and David Huntsberger, in which they focus on a central theme they find interesting. The topics range from scientific to philosophical to metaphysical. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to stitcher.com/premium and use promo code EARWOLF for 1 month free (and $5 off the annual plan!).
 
SIT'N Listen is a production of Science in the News - a graduate student run organization at Harvard University committed to (1) bridging the communication gap between scientists and the rest of the world and (2) catalyzing discussions between scientists, other experts and enthusiasts. Here at SITN we bring scientists to you! Listen in.
 
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For the very first Abnormies episode we are introduced to co-host Brandur Karlsson. Brandur went from a budding Astrobiologist to suffering paralysis to learning to become a mouth painter... and if the paralysis wasn't bad enough.. now he's hosting a podcast with a north east England ex-stand up comedian! Watch us at: https://www.youtube.com/channe…
 
Catalytic converters are disappearing. If you’ve had yours stolen, you know that rare earth metals are valuable. But these metals are in great demand for things other than converters, such as batteries for electric cars, wind farms and solar panels. We need rare earth metals to combat climate change, but where to get them? Could we find substitutes…
 
Interview Starts at 38:10 Cal Washington joins us to chat about Inpower and learning how the court system works and how to beat it. We talk about the history of Admiralty and Maritime Law, law Merchant, acting as Commerce, and how we are all Merchants. We chat about his awakening to the Raquet through divorce court and his journey to figuring out w…
 
In the second episode of Abnormies, we are introduced to Si. Watch us at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrdwIvZUagdO2IyBhJlckig To find out more, give feedback, get in touch etc, here are the relevant links. Brandur: https://www.facebook.com/brandurinepal https://twitter.com/BrandurrudnarB Si: https://www.facebook.com/sihetherington https://twit…
 
Ben chats with professor and mentor supreme Laura Hernandez about the reflections of the last year, struggling to mentor through a pandemic, how sometimes you need to say "no", finding boundaries with your job, and the return of Zoe the Platypus in a new space adventure. Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dee…
 
It's a new year, and a new season of UNKNOWN. We’re doing something different this year on UNKNOWN. Rather than each episode focusing on a new topic, case, person, or current event, we’re focusing the entire year on revisiting the infamous 1947 Roswell UFO crash. This episode provides a look at what's coming this season, as well as a very brief ove…
 
Have you ever heard worms arguing? Deep-sea scientists use hydrophones to eavesdrop on “mouth-fighting worms.” It’s one of the many ways scientists are trying to catalog the diversity of the deep oceans — estimated to be comparable to a rainforest. But the clock is ticking. While vast expanses of the deep sea are still unexplored, mining companies …
 
Interview starts at 48:15 Meredith Miller joins us for an amazing chat about trauma and abusive relationships, whether that be with the state or authority, personal or familial. We chat about her NDE, dark night of the soul, awakening and learning about abusive relationships. We talk about shamanism, parallel societies, systemic trauma, mass format…
 
Brace yourself for heatwave “Lucifer.” Dangerous deadly heatwaves may soon be so common that we give them names, just like hurricanes. This is one of the dramatic consequences of just a few degrees rise in average temperatures. Also coming: Massive heat “blobs” that form in the oceans and damage marine life, and powerful windstorms called “derechos…
 
We are joined for this 7th annual holiday Fandango by various friends of the show from the chats. We talk about predictions for 2022, some failed jokes, and Contact at the Cabin. We also get into a little bit about the upcoming guests and what people would like to see on the show. See links to some of the people's work that participated....: realit…
 
Having spent most of his life exploring the relationships among consciousness, mind, body, and society, Anoop found that our understanding of these is outdated and incomplete. He encourages audiences to rethink consciousness and unveil a more complete experience of life that also informs solutions to real-world challenges including mental health, b…
 
Beneath our feet is a living network just as complex and extensive as the root systems in a forest. Fungi, which evolved in the oceans, were among the first to colonize the barren continents more than a half-billion years ago. They paved the way for land plants, animals, and (eventually) you. Think beyond penicillin and pizza, and take a moment to …
 
Grim State: A Story of Occult Synchronicity This special episode is a narrated story (soon to be an actual book hopefully) from a listener of the show who has a crazy few years of synchro’s and sometimes very scary encounters. There is an esoteric/occult aspect to all of this and podcasts play a role as well. Following your guides or intuition and …
 
The omicron variant is surging. More contagious than delta, omicron demonstrates how viruses use mutations to quickly adapt. Mutations drive evolution, although most don’t do much. But occasionally a mutation improves an organism. Omicron, the latest in a string of variants, is bad for us, but good for the virus. How mutation of viruses ensures the…
 
Interview starts at 31:10 Robert Frederick joins us to chat about his journey down the Bacon rabbit hole, and the research he has done regarding Bacon, Free Masonry, the British Empire, and secret societies. We chat about the Bacon Synchro that got this whole thing started, the scientific revolution, Magic to Science, Bacon’s muse, Shakespeare, the…
 
The universe is not just expanding; it’s accelerating. Supermassive black holes are hunkered down at the center of our galaxy and just about every other galaxy, too. We talk about these and other big discoveries of the Hubble Space Telescope, now in orbit for over 30 years. But two new next-generation telescopes will soon be joining Hubble: the Nan…
 
Interview starts at 36:40 Professor Avi Loeb, Ph.D joins us to chat about the future of scientific research on earth and in space to find UFO's. We chat about his book "Extraterrestrial- the First sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth", and his new Project Galileo. We chat about the dogma of mainstream science and the speculative things that get fu…
 
Ben chats with engineering professor, Victor Zavala, and high school teacher, Olivia Dachel, about using videogames to teach kids, how science outreach can be useful 1 on 1 or with massive audiences through videogames, who inspired Victor to code, how to think like a systems engineer, how the kids like learning about agricultural runoff, and how do…
 
The Pentagon’s report on UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) said nothing about the possibility that some might be alien spacecraft. Nonetheless, the report has generated heightened interest in figuring out what these UAPs are, and that interest extends to some scientists. We talk to two researchers who want an open and strictly scientific investi…
 
Interview starts at 30:20 Joseph Disomma joins us to chat about hi co-authored book “Dematerialized - The Mysterious Disappearance of Marcia Moore”. We have a great chat about the story of Marcia and why she is not as well known as one would think during this time of focus on the occult. We chat about Theosophy, warnings of spiritual practice, Yoga…
 
Interview starts at 39:50 Jim Gale of FoodForest Abundance joins us to chat about solutions and growing food forests of our own. We chat about the design, the implementation and the benefits of growing food instead of lawns for example. We get into Govern Mente - mind control and during this time more people are waking up - its The Great Awakening.…
 
Birds and bees do it … and so do fish. In a discovery that highlights the adaptive benefits of walking, scientists have discovered fish that can walk on land. Not fin-flap their bodies, mind you, but ambulate like reptiles. And speaking of which, new research shows that T Rex, the biggest reptile of them all, wasn’t a sprinter, but could be an effi…
 
Ben chats with Lena Vincent, MS, about her story going from marine biology to astrobiology, how they are both connected, her passion for communicating her work to others often via TikTok, TikTok science communication strategies, her double-edged curiosity, and her first conversation with an alien. Lena's TikTok page- https://www.tiktok.com/@charmqu…
 
Interview starts at 41:20 Russ and Kyle of the Brothers of the Serpent podcast join us for a great chat about their recent trip to Egypt with Ben from UnchartedX. Ben’s tours are focused on looking at the evidence for advanced antediluvian civilizations. We chat about their expectations and what they thought overall. Special permissions are require…
 
Magic mushrooms – or psilocybin - may be associated with tripping hippies and Woodstock, but they are now being studied as new treatments for depression and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. Is this Age of Aquarius medicine or something that could really work? Plus, the centuries-long use of psychedelics by indigenous peoples, and a disc…
 
Life nearby? We’ve not yet found any on our favorite planet, Mars. But even if Mars is sterile, could we ever change that by terraforming it? Or seeding it with life from Earth? The Red Planet is not the only game in town: A new NASA mission to a Jovian moon may give clues to biology on a world where, unlike Mars, liquid water still exists. Also, t…
 
Interview starts at 40:50 Kimberly Meredith joins us to chat about her journey to becoming a Medical Intuitive working with scientists to try and measure her abilities. She is a Trance Channeler, Psychic Surgeon, Hands-on Healer, and Spiritual Teacher. After two Near Death Experiences (NDEs) she was awakened to this innate healing gift. We chat abo…
 
Ben chats with Ankur Desai about being a nerd in grade school coding early computers, connecting with nature in the Boy Scouts, taking geology classes to go on field trips, shooting lasers out of planes, meteorologists loving Oklahoma, the importance of science communication, and improvised weather reports (did someone say it's snowing pillows?). P…
 
Declining biodiversity is a problem as fraught as climate change. Loss of habitat, monoculture crops, and the damming of waterways all lead to massive species extinction. They tear at life’s delicate web, and threaten a balance established by four billion years of evolution. Can we reassess our relationship to Nature? We consider logging efforts th…
 
Interview starts at 59:30 Dr. Shirley Cheechoo C.M, Residential School Warrior joins us to chat about the 20th anniversary of the Weengushk Film Institute. We chat about how the Film institute has helped the indigenous community learn many skills, empowering young people, and how important the arts are for communicating issues in our culture. She w…
 
Does geoengineering offer a Plan B if nations at the U.N. climate meeting can't reduce carbon emissions? The Glasgow meeting has been called “the last best chance” to take measures to slow down global heating. But we're nowhere near to achieving the emission reductions necessary to stave off a hothouse planet. We consider both the promise and the p…
 
Interview Starts at 39:45 Brandon Powell, the modern day shaman and Wim Hoff breathing instructor joins us for a great chat about his work teaching people to breath and cold water immersion. We chat about the upcoming event in Feb - Magic on the Mountain, as part of Contact at the Cabin. We chat about resonance, the importance of the Vagus nerve, M…
 
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