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Sapphire Planet is a meditative scientific journey through the universe, narrated by Jim J. Norris. It combines smooth, relaxing music with a lecture on a different scientific topic each week. For those who want to learn more about science in a fun, painless way. Also extremely effective if you suffer from insomnia and need sleep meditation. You can purchase Sapphire Planet Merchandise online at SapphirePlanet.com Jim is the performance artist in residence at LA Talk Radio. Listen live every ...
 
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The world that we live in is constantly changing.In the fast changing world, mainly three things that we can influence! Our actions, Our reactions, and Our mindset. The only way to set right mindset is by carry on continuous learning, enrich your skills and knowledge, stay up-to-date. In the School Again solo weekly episodes, I will outline what is meant by continuous learning, explain how it might benefit you, and provide you with a range of examples.Published on every Sunday Morning. #Raje ...
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. Join Anthropologist and culture expert Dr. Adam Gamwell for curated conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds on our creative potential through design, culture, business and technology. Change yo ...
 
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Akash Kumar and Ruchir Kaul

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A podcast where sometimes we deconstruct themes from movies and TV shows to discuss the economics, politics and science behind them. On more mundane days, we simply talk ideas and books or analyze key legislative changes in India. Hosted by Akash and Ruchir, both final year students at IIT Madras. New episodes every Sunday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @ArthUnearth
 
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Some recent, and surprising, estimates from the World Health Organisation suggested that the UK fared better than Germany in the pandemic. But did they get it right?At Eurovision this year an algorithm was apparently used to replace whole countries’ votes - was it responsible for the UK’s second-place finish?The global economy has been putting the …
 
Indians are smart and creative people. They have also proven to be hard working and thrifty. India is a well-endowed land, with a good climate and plenty of natural resources. It has a vibrant, enduring democracy and the rule of law prevails. So why does India continue to be dirt poor after 75 years of independence? Todays podcast discuss, What mak…
 
In the fight against global warming we’re constantly told to do our bit to reduce green house gas emissions. However, a claim circulating that just ‘100 companies are responsible for 71% of global emissions’ can make any individual effort seem futile. But does this claim mean what you think it means? We look into this and the claim that the pandemi…
 
only less than 5% of people on social media create content! So why aren't the other 95% creating content?In this podcast I will try to discuss possible reasons I've come up with:1. Unsure what to post2. Scared of what people will think3. Scared to mess up the post4. Don't have time5. Think it's just for marketing people6. Think they have nothing to…
 
The World Health Organisation recently released some new estimates of the global death toll of the pandemic. But the figures for a few countries have caused controversy. Tim Harford speaks to Professor Jon Wakefield, who worked on the analysis - and Indian data journalist Rukmini S about the debate that’s erupted in India over the figures.(man puzz…
 
This episode aims to unpack the genre of narrative nonfiction, observing the traits and tricks of reading and writing this exciting and growing genre. With the help of industry experts including Arwen Summers, Emma Shortis, Emily Hart, Youjia Song and Emily Clements, the ideas and understandings of narrative nonfiction unfold. Thanks to our guests:…
 
This episode of the Art, Design And Media podcast is part of a special RMIT Culture and student produced series, Literature and Ideas. Authors Shokoofeh Azar and Zana Fraillon explore cross-sections between the refugee experience and literature. They share their experiences writing about migration, detention and border policies. Shokoofeh Azar is a…
 
Learn how to write a winning pitch for your narrative nonfiction proposal. Writers and publishers, Ronnie Scott, Arwen Summers and Emily Clements, take you through the most important steps: how to write a synopsis and chapter outline, what to include in your sample chapter, how to stand out with your title and biography, and how to finish it off (f…
 
How do writers come up with their nonfiction ideas? And what role does research play in the writing process? Join writers and publishers, Ronnie Scott, Arwen Summers and Emily Clements, in this illuminating and insightful discussion about how emerging writers find ideas, how to know when an idea is a good one, how peers can help you develop your id…
 
Interdependence is the idea that the wellbeing of our world and for our physical and emotional selves depends on those around us, yet when we find ourselves up against a challenge bigger than ourselves, our sense of interdependence becomes stronger. When we move that scale even larger (i.e. a global climate crisis), interdependence becomes paramoun…
 
This podcast goes over the different push & pull factors that cause Keraliets to migrate and its economic, political, cultural, & environmental impact. #youth #migration #kerala #economy #society #schoolagain -Rajesh Muraleedharan www.schoolagain.in email: shcoolagainmalayalam@gmail.com https://www.instagram.com/school_again_malayalam/…
 
Although the climate-changing effects of Carbon Dioxide emissions are well known, they are changing our oceans too, making them more acidic. But how much?Tim Harford explores the statistical quirks of ocean acidification, from pH to the mysteries of logarithmic scales. With Dr Helen Findlay from the Plymouth Marine Laboratory in the UK.…
 
Fully accelerated automation, artificial intelligence-AI, and other technologies will considerably reduce the role of men/women in the job market, replacing millions of current jobs to new generation jobs in the process. COVID-19 fueled this effect and will likely boost digitization, and perhaps it will stay permanently. Though these technologies w…
 
When much of Europe went into lockdown at the start of pandemic, Sweden’s lighter touch strategy got lots of attention. Fans of the approach say it was a huge success that showed lockdowns were pointless. Opponents say it has been a disaster. But what do the numbers say?In this episode of More Or Less, Tim Harford and journalist Keith Moore carve a…
 
Almost everyday we hear the word ‘Inflation’ in the news. What exactly does this word mean and what are its implications for an administrator and a policy maker? This podcast seeks to clarify the basics first and later goes deeper into the implications of inflation email: schoolagainmalayalam@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/rajeshpoonoorInst…
 
This is the moment to change it all — Now is the time for the unstoppable courage to preserve and protect our health, our families, and our livelihoods. For Earth Day 2022, we need to act , innovate, and implement. It’s going to take all of us. Invest in our planet and lets get involved before its too late - Earth Day 2022…
 
How do you go about understanding a country with a population as diverse as it is vast?Data journalist Rukmini S is the author of Whole Numbers and Half Truths: What Data Can and Cannot Tell Us About Modern India. Tim Harford spoke to her about the power and pitfalls of using statistics to make sense of modern India, from basic questions like avera…
 
Have you ever looked at a numerical claim and thought ‘what on earth does that mean?’ Complex numbers are often badly communicated, making it difficult for the public to appreciate what they signify - but dial things down too much and you’re at risk of oversimplifying important issues. It’s a tightrope walk authors Chip Heath and Karla Starr have e…
 
We all agree, our education system is not perfect! Recently I had conversation with my colleague from Finland on their schooling system. then I thought, its an interesting topic to discuss. Twitter: https://twitter.com/rajeshpoonoor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rajesh.muraleedharan/By Rajesh Muraleedharan
 
Could an explosion in tea-drinking explain a decline in deaths in England during the industrial revolution? Professor Francisca Antman, an economist at the University of Colorado Boulder believes it might.Tim Harford discovers that dusting down the data from tea shipments and local burial records gives us surprising insight into how boiling water f…
 
As the Russian Invasion of Ukraine continues, the effects ripple around the rest of the world. One concern involves the wheat harvest. There have been claims that Ukraine and Russia supply 25% of the worlds wheat and that as a result we’re facing a global wheat crisis. We look into this misleading figure to determine what the real impact might be.…
 
When we think about social science and social scientists working out in the world, we tend to jump to the science part, you know jobs that focus on research - consumer research, user experience research, or qualitative studies for non-profits. But if you have any experience with therapy, whether as a patient or therapist, worked with a career or li…
 
The War in Ukraine has reminded the world how easily conflict might escalate into a Nuclear War. But according to Professor Barry Nalebuff of Yale University, good strategy and negotiating can help us with everything from avoiding Armageddon to dividing up a pizza fairly. Tim Harford talks to Barry Nalebuff about his new book, “Split the Pie”.Prese…
 
As the war in Ukraine continues, Reuters has reported that some 2.3 million people have been displaced. So far many of those have sought refuge in neighbouring countries. The UN estimates that as of the 8th of march Poland has taken in almost 1.3 million refugees, Hungary just over 200,000 and Slovakia almost 100,000. In comparison the UK has issue…
 
If you’re alive in 2022 you’ve probably heard of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Whether you’re an active trader, just dabble, or think you’d never touch the stuff, cryptocurrency raises a fascinating challenge to the question of what is money? And how can technology fundamentally reshape how we engage in finance and social life? Is crypto a revolution…
 
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