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Want to seem like a genius at your next NFL watching party? Well congratulations you just found Ice Up Sun, a podcast which uses Astrology and that matchmaking algorithm from Halo 2 to tell you guaranteed who is going to win the games this week. Leo's not allowed. Joey Bosa extremely allowed. Mike Evans interview on the way.
 
Transplanar RPG is an all-transgender, people of color-led dark fantasy actual play series. Our current main campaign, THE SECOND STRANGER, is set in an original noncolonial, antiorientalist world where the gods have vanished, the stars are gone, and vicious monsters stalk the night. The fate of Andake depends on Øka Hyye (Sea Thomas), Dewey Quurk (Max Guo), Vee Nauchtscherzo (Erica Fladeland), Manaia Wairua (Lyra Olson), Voska (Valiant Dorian), Jaran Kader (Hamnah Shahid), Citlalli (quinn b ...
 
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Join the rush up ice with veteran Las Vegas sports gambling broadcaster Brian Blessing (SportsbookRadio) and co-host Cam Stewart (SportsGrid) in Canada as they crash the NHL betting boards and grind hockey betting value out of upcoming games - uncovering angles to assist you on your way to net winnings this hockey season. Subscribe now to the best NHL podcast for expert NHL odds analysis, picks predictions, and a few laughs every Monday and Thursday to begin the first half of the 2021 season.
 
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This week on Living Planet, we hear from climate scientists whose work has been disrupted by the war in Ukraine. We visit an ambitious project in the Netherlands, which shows us that living things really are all around us. And we look into the exploitative practice of biopiracy.By Deutsche Welle
 
Øka engages in close combat. Voska plunges into grief. Dewey rescues Dusty. And Citlalli has a magical girl transformation. "The Second Stranger" is sponsored by Dmitry (https://twitter.com/DmitryOpines) and ExplainTrade (https://www.explaintrade.com/), a negotiation skills training consultancy; because you can't ask to roll persuasion in real life…
 
Dogs. We give them prime placement on our dating profiles. We snuggle up with them to watch TV. We pamper them with treats and toys and songs. But how—and why—did we become BFFs with canines? And what does our love for dogs say about us? This week, anthrozoologist Dr. maythe han and her dog Frank join Jonathan to explore this special bond between h…
 
Jaran receives a heartfelt request from Tiran. Gentle and Bud follow an odd smell. Abiku accepts the key to her past. And Vee flips a coin. "The Second Stranger" is sponsored by Dmitry (https://twitter.com/DmitryOpines) and ExplainTrade (https://www.explaintrade.com/), a negotiation skills training consultancy; because you can't ask to roll persuas…
 
Interview starts at 39:40 Trevor Lohman joins us to chat about his research into longevity and other fascinating topics. We reflect on our chat with Dr. Antoun on the fasting mimicking diet, how nutritional research is still terrible, biological vs chronological age, and coffee and low cal keto diets. We also get into gamma wave brain entrainment, …
 
Too much of this bacteria in the nose may worsen allergy symptoms Streptococcus salivarius  has a knack for latching onto mucus-coated cells, causing inflammation Theres a lot more of the bacterial species Streptococcus salivarius (shown) in the noses of people with hay fever than the noses of those without, researchers have found.…
 
These shape-shifting devices melt and re-form thanks to magnetic fields Gallium plus magnetism equals something straight out of Terminator 2 This Lego-like figurine escaped from prison Terminator 2 style thanks to a new composite of gallium and magnetic particles, which liquefies in the presence of a changing magnetic field and moves under the guid…
 
The Hunga Tonga volcano eruption touched space and spawned a lightning blitz These are once in a lifetime observations, scientists say The eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Haapai volcano in the Pacific in January was so powerful that it shot water vapor high enough to touch space, the first time an earthly volcano has been observed achieving that feat…
 
Rare earth elements could be pulled from coal waste The scheme would provide valuable metals and help clean up coal minings dirty legacy Coal mining can pollute nearby waterways, creating acidic water rich in heavy metals.
 
Prairie voles can find partners just fine without the love hormone oxytocin The hormone was thought to be essential to how social bonds form between the animals Prairie voles ( Microtus ochrogaster ) form male-female pair-bonds and stick with their partner for life.
 
Birds that dive may be at greater risk of extinction The animals could be becoming trapped in their environments by their own adaptations The African penguin ( Spheniscus demersus ) is one of many diving birds threatened with extinction.
 
Mysterious marks on Ice Age cave art may have been a form of record keeping The marks might be one of the earliest examples of a coherent notational system Analyses of patterns in ancient cave markings suggest that the four dots on this animals torso indicate that aurochs (similar to modern cattle) mated in the fourth month after the spring snowmel…
 
Fossils suggest early primates lived in a once-swampy Arctic The animals probably moved north as the planet warmed, to a new habitat opening near the poles Ellesmere Island in Canada was once home to warm, temperate swamps and a small primate or close relative that lived millions of years ago.
 
New data show how quickly light pollution is obscuring the night sky Observations from citizen scientists show the sky is getting about 10 percent brighter each year The lights of San Francisco scatter and reflect off the city's famous fog, making the sky bright even at night.
 
These chemists cracked the code to long-lasting Roman concrete Calcium-rich rocks embedded in the material can heal cracks, experiments show Built from concrete around 126 A.D., the Pantheon in Rome still stands, including its soaring dome (shown).
 
Meet some of the microbes that give cheeses flavor Scientists have pinpointed bacteria that make cheese taste fruity, musty or oniony Bacteria that colonize cheeses as they ripen help shape the flavors that develop.
 
Carvings on Australia's boab trees reveal a generation's lost history Archaeologists and an Aboriginal family are working together to rediscover lost ties to the land This boab engraved with the image of a snake is one of 12 rediscovered during a 2021 expedition into the Tanami Desert in Australia.
 
Sleeping glass frogs hide by storing most of their blood in their liver The animals up their transparency by packing away red blood cells with no ill effects This sleeping female glass frog tucks away most of her red blood cells while she sleeps.
 
Earths inner core may be reversing its rotation Such a turnaround might sound bizarre, but isnt likely to have profound effects on life Scientists have proposed that Earths solid inner core (yellow in this diagram) rotates faster than the rest of Earth.
 
Lots of Tatooine-like planets around binary stars may be habitable The home world of Luke Skywalker might not be so farfetched after all Planets with twin suns, such as this hypothetical world in the Kepler-35 system (shown in an artist's impression), may make up the bulk of habitable worlds in the universe.…
 
A bizarre gamma-ray burst breaks the rules for these cosmic eruptions Accompanied by a kilonova, the burst shouldve lasted under two seconds, but lingered for 50Â One possible origin for GRB 211211A, shown in this illustration, is a pair of compact stars merging (bright dots in the center) and emitting jets of radiation (green and purple beams).…
 
Complex supply chains may have appeared more than 3,000 years ago Evidence hints miners in Central Asia provided a crucial metal to Mediterranean rulers Analyses of tin ingots found aboard a merchant ship that sank off Turkeys coast around 3,300 years ago suggest that sophisticated supply chains of the metal ran from Central Asia and part of Turkey…
 
Mysterious ichthyosaur graveyard may have been a breeding ground Why giant marine reptiles congregated at a site in whats now Nevada has been unknown For generations, ancient dolphinlike reptiles called Shonisaurus popularis (shown in this artists rendition) returned to their favorite safe water haven to breed, researchers say.…
 
The last vital ingredient for life has been discovered on Enceladus Phosphorus, though rare on Earths surface, may be abundant on other worlds Phosphorus is a limiting nutrient for life here on Earth, but it may abound in the underground ocean of Saturns icy moon Enceladus (pictured).
 
Indigenous people may have created the Amazons dark earth on purpose The fertile soil may be a massive, overlooked source of stored carbon Growing crops in the Amazons nutrient-poor dirt is tough.
 
We could get messages back from spacecraft sent through a wormhole A simulation of these theoretical cosmic tunnels reveals wormholes dont snap shut instantly A spaceship diving into a wormhole (illustrated) is never returning, but it could theoretically send back video from the other side before the hole closes behind it.…
 
Today on Living Planet — a controversial oil pipeline in Uganda stirs up strong reactions. We ask what fossil fuels have to do with our beauty routine. And if you've wondered about the environmental and economic trade-offs of getting an electric vehicle, we've got answers.By Deutsche Welle
 
Voska casts a fishing line. Citlalli goes fishing. Dewey offers up the godjar. And Øka's soul shatters. "The Second Stranger" is sponsored by Dmitry (https://twitter.com/DmitryOpines) and ExplainTrade (https://www.explaintrade.com/), a negotiation skills training consultancy; because you can't ask to roll persuasion in real life. Special thanks to …
 
Starting in the late 1800s, a group of Syrian immigrants settled in America. Many of them took up peddling as a career. When American newspapers described these peddlers, it was often in derogatory ways—and through terms of queerness. This week, Dr. Charlotte Karem Albrecht joins Jonathan to explore this moment in Arab American history, how it's be…
 
Gentle takes Jaran on a birthday date. Abiku listens to a tale about two mages. And so does Vee. "The Second Stranger" is sponsored by Dmitry (https://twitter.com/DmitryOpines) and ExplainTrade (https://www.explaintrade.com/), a negotiation skills training consultancy; because you can't ask to roll persuasion in real life. Special thanks to our Her…
 
Interview starts at 35:10 Bec Mylonas joins us for a great chat about spiritual emergencies, accessing talents from all your past/concurrent lives, transmutation, direct initiations, trusting the channelings, and slave codes. We also chat about ley lines, repairing the grid, with help from galactic realms, penetrated by spirit, direct initiation an…
 
Today on Living Planet, we're traveling to some cold (and not-so-cold) places. We're asking how Europe’s snow-starved winters are affecting winter sport enthusiasts. We visit a French supermarket that's keeping things especially chilly. And we head to the lab to find out how climate scientists study the world's oldest ice.…
 
Øka confronts Shuhai. Dewey revisits the U.R.L. Voska enjoys the beach. And Citlalli obtains a mysterious cylinder. "The Second Stranger" is sponsored by Dmitry (https://twitter.com/DmitryOpines) and ExplainTrade (https://www.explaintrade.com/), a negotiation skills training consultancy; because you can't ask to roll persuasion in real life. Specia…
 
If you’d told Jonathan seven years ago that they’d be celebrating 300 episodes of Getting Curious this week, they would have passed out on the salon floor. You’d be visiting from the future, after all! We couldn’t have made it to 300 episodes without you, our listeners—so to celebrate this milestone, Jonathan’s answering your voicemails. Listen in …
 
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