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From the ground breaking and life saving to the wacky and implausible, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki reveals some of the best moments in science.
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Is fair pay for workers a modern idea? How about sustainable agriculture ? A Sydney museum has artifacts to show these are ancient concepts from far away. Should they be sent home? Dr Karl discusses the merits of archaeological repatriation with Dr. Barker. sydney.edu.au/museum drkarl.com
How do we measure time? What should come first, sunscreen or insect repellent? Where do Blue Bottles come from?Dr Karl answers these questions and more, on triple j Mornings with host Lucy Smith.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Continuing the story about the effects of alcohol we arrive at the “drunchies”—short for the “drunken munchies”. They’re what occur after a bout of too much drinking. You become very hungry and much your way through any fast food within reach.Host: Dr Karl KruszelnickiBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Prof Geraint Lewis takes you back to the birth of our stars. He uses Optic fibres, Robotic observations, Grisms, Hermes and Galah. It all happens at the AAT using 2DF. All these terms are explained wonderfully. This is the art of looking at what's not there. (Warning this podcast may contain Backronyms).…
How does Bluetooth work? Will human's evolve to lose all of our hair? Is the hole in the Ozone Layer repaired?Dr Karl answers these questions and more, on triple j Mornings with host Lucy Smith.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Alcohol in small quantities can make people sociable; but too much of it can mean hangovers and associated consumption of non-nutritional foodstuffs. There's a whole chemical family of 'alcohols', so what's the deal with the one that humans kinda like—ethanol.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Can temperature affect food allergies? Could our shoes be harming the environment? What's the song that makes Dr Karl cry?Dr Karl answers these questions and more, on triple j Mornings with host Lucy Smith.Producer: Joe KhanBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
For some snapping spaghetti is sacrilege — but for others it’s science.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Research is showing that "Happy" meals are real. Not only do you feel better at the dinner table, those feelings are long lasting. Also you can amplify the good effects by how you dine. Spoiler Alert - fast food is not the answer. http://healthyeatingquiz.com.au/
Can smells stick in your nose forever? Do clouds actually "burn away"? Do monkeys also have genetic disorders?Dr Karl answers these questions and more, on triple j Mornings with host Lucy Smith.Producer: Nick GerberBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
From spaghetti strands to trees to nanotubes — we need to know about the physics of rod-like structures.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How do trees face an incoming threat if they can't move, see, or hear?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Eating ethically may become compulsory. If climate change escalates as estimated, carbon-intensive animals and crops may need to be rationed. Food scientist, Professor David Julian McClements, is optimistic that solutions may be at hand. Could we engineer less carbonised food and design a healthier diet ? Dr Karl samples the future of food. drkarl.…
Trees are solid and dense. However, they're made from air. Wait, what?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
On the surface of Mars, the NASA Perseverance Rover is bottling rocks to be returned to Earth. How will they get back? Why are the samples so valuable? Dr Brown, Australian Scientist with the mission, has the latest news in the second part of his discussion with Dr Karl. @DrAdrianJBrown1 drkarl.com
About 95 per cent of the mass in the universe seems to be missing — what's going on!?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
While planet earth was in Covid lockdown, a NASA spacecraft left for Mars. Perseverance ("Percy" to its friends) is on a mission to unlock planetary secrets. Dr Adrian Brown gives Dr Karl the latest news from the Martian surface. @DrAdrianJBrown1 drkarl.com
How heavy are our farts? Who was the first Human alive? Are Florence + The Machine song's scientifically factual?Dr Karl answers these questions and more, on triple j Mornings with host Lucy Smith.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Our skin is like a personal space suit protecting us from the outside world. Skin is best when you are a child—because of the elastic protein keeping it fresh and supple—but, unfortunately, that freshness doesn’t last.Host: Dr Karl KruszelnickiProducer: Diane DeanBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The world's largest coral reef is in trouble. Chief Scientist for Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Dr Wachenfeld, talks with Dr Karl about what he is seeing. Twenty five years ago waves of hot water were first measured. They continue with intensity. Will the COP Accords be enough to save our reefs? gbrmpa.gov.au\ drkarl.com…
Can sound waves hurt you? Which generation will be the last one to die? Why is the reproductive window shorter for women then men?Dr Karl answers these questions and more, on triple j Mornings with host Lucy Smith.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation