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The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from CuriosityDaily.com will help you get smarter about the world around you. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Nate Bonham and Calli Gade will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today. Head to discovery+ to stream even more science content, from Animal Planet to S ...
 
Deadly Dragon Sound has spent 20+ years collecting, selecting and selling some of best and rarest Jamaican vinyl and we use all that experience providing you with podcasts that showcase our unique sensibilities in regards to the full history of Jamaican music from Ska to rocksteady to reggae to roots to rubAdub to digital to dancehall and beyond! Nuff Respect and always remember to check www.deadlydragonsound.com
 
Young heroes bound in love and kinship are forced on a quest to discover the truth behind the magic of dragons and seek those that stole it, before their world itself is destroyed by the growing power of the Dark Army.. Raised by former knights in hiding, they have grown up taking on different skills, each one unique and valuable to each other. Not only use of magic or mastery of a sword they are also tied to a great destiny. A destiny foretold in lost tomes they have yet to discover, but th ...
 
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Today you’ll learn about how grapes have the potential to reduce the risk of skin cancer, how dogs’ behaviors are hardwired into their genes, and how underwater seaweed forests might be able to combat climate change. Cancer-Fighting Grapes “Short-Term Grape Consumption Diminishes UV-Induced Skin Erythema” by John M. Pezzuto https://www.mdpi.com/207…
 
Today we discuss how the rinse cycle in some commercial dishwashers might be negatively affecting your gut, how a groundbreaking new study might have found a solution to PTSD, and how video games have been proven to improve our executive functioning skills. Dangerous Dishwashers “Commercial dishwashers destroy protective layer in gut” by University…
 
Today we explore how a recent meteorite that landed in the UK is giving us clues to the mysteries of the universe, the positive and negative side-effects found in a recent study on ayahuasca, and how some toxic “forever chemicals” were found to be completely eradicated with new technology. Winchcombe Meteorite “Pristine meteorite found within hours…
 
Today you’ll learn about what it means for the planet now that we’ve reached a global population of 8 billion people, how leprosy might be able to repair damaged livers, and some information about an asteroid that’s been dubbed a, “Planet-killer.” World Population Reaches 8 Billion “The world population has now reached 8 billion” by Allison Gaspari…
 
Today we discuss how a new piece of technology is able to transfer the data of the entire internet in just one second, how eating a lot of tomatoes can improve your gut health, and how scientists are looking into how medicine is processed in the body at different times of day. Internet Chip “Record-breaking chip can transmit entire internet's traff…
 
Today we discuss the psychological effects of listening to podcasts, how climate change actually makes us more likely to engage in hate speech, and how giving plants alcohol in the form of ethanol can make them resistant to drought. Podcast Friends “Listening to podcasts may help satisfy our psychological need for social connection, study finds” by…
 
Today you’ll learn about how some researchers have activated a specific gene in the body that can make your muscles stronger without exercise, how a parasite that can still be found today was discovered in ancient viking poop, and how parrots understand timing when it comes to communication. Strong Muscle Gene “Researchers Discover a Gene That Make…
 
Today you’ll learn about how researchers have been able to grow embryos that have three genetic parents, how European moles can shrink down to a tenth of their size during winter, and whether or not being kind to narcissists makes any difference in their behavior. 3-Parent Babies “Study reveals how babies born from 3 parents are surprisingly simila…
 
Today we explore how scientists are trying to find a way to make an “aging clock” that can determine your age and health by looking at your DNA, how looking at our gut could help us treat mental health disorders, and how there may be a new treatment option in the form of a vaccine for people suffering from brain tumors! Aging Clock “Aging clocks ai…
 
Today you’ll learn about the development of a potential new Covid vaccine in the form of a nasal spray, how your circadian rhythm affects how intensely you feel pain, and how the old saying that you need 8 glasses of water a day could be a myth. Pain Worse at Night “Why pain feels worse at night” by Allison Whitten https://arstechnica.com/science/2…
 
Today we discuss the science of delusion, how changes in the length of our days can cause changes in our behavior, and a potential new life saving drug to fight the current opioid crisis. Delusion Science “What is walking corpse syndrome?” by Victoria Shepherd https://www.sciencefocus.com/the-human-body/walking-corpse-syndrome/ “Glass Bones and Wal…
 
Today we discuss how nicknames for young boys can help them socialize better, how archaeologists in Poland have unearthed the grave of a woman people feared might return from the dead, and a new study that disproves Freud’s theory that more successful people are unhealthier than less successful people. Boyhood Nickname “Why You Should Ask Men About…
 
Today you’ll learn about why some people are more popular with mosquitoes than others, what tickling rats tells us about being human, and how a recent discovery of ancient statues re-writes what we believed about historical Tuscany. Mosquito Magnets “Why Are Some People Mosquito Magnets and Others Unbothered? A Medical Entomologist Points to Metabo…
 
Today we discuss how watching cleaning or decluttering videos affects our mental state, the abilities of super-recognizers, and a recent discovery into how manipulating the neurons in paralysis patients might be able to improve their mobility. Decluttering the Mind “Why Watching Decluttering Videos Feels So Good” by Abby Alten Schwartz https://www.…
 
Today, you’ll learn about how COVID-19 may have revamped cities for the better, astounding new technology that could one day regrow human limbs and how an agricultural fertilizer is going from feeding the world to potentially powering the world. Covid’s Bright Side The Pandemic Might Have Redesigned Cities Forever by Adam Rogers https://www.wired.c…
 
Today, you’ll learn about the benefits of shading rooftop gardens with solar panels, caffeine’s dark secrets, and how the first image from the James Webb telescope promises a great run for Hubble’s successor. Solar Salads “Your Rooftop Garden Could Be a Solar-Powered Working Farm” by Matt Simon https://www.wired.com/story/your-rooftop-garden-could-…
 
Today, you’ll learn about how researchers at MIT created an incredible new type of fabric that can save thousands of lives, how sleep scientists are explaining alien abductions, and how evolution is being sped up by human beings, causing ripple effects all over the place. Fabric with Ears This fabric can hear your heartbeat by Carolyn Wilke https:/…
 
Today, you’ll learn about a super exciting space program, blasting off in a few months, that will take us back to the moon for the first time in 50 years, how the simple snap of your fingers actually involves some cool physics and the chemistry behind the skunky stank of cannabis. To the Moon Artemis Artemis-I https://www.nasa.gov/artemisprogram Ar…
 
Today, you’ll learn about how your brushing routine may not be the biggest factor in whether or not you get cavities, how a new method of building pharmaceutical production facilities may bring medical access to previously underserved regions, and how the discovery of a plastic-eating bacteria could revolutionize the recycling industry. True Cavity…
 
Today, you’ll learn about an interesting way pills made from poop could help millions of people with allergies, how researchers edited the contents of a pair of donor lungs to better match the recipient, and how pain can affect a baby’s development and what parents can do about it. Peanut allergies are being treated in an…interesting new way. "Feca…
 
Today you’ll learn about how using a face in marketing makes people more likely to align themselves with social causes, how scientists in China have developed a pair of glasses that use ultrasound technology to measure our eyes blinking, and how cats can distinguish between speech directed at them and other humans. The Power of the Face “The Power …
 
Today you’ll learn about how time flies as we age, how scientists are learning more and more about the microbiome within a human body, and the potential for a new phone app that can predict when you might die. Time Flies “Why Does 'Time Fly' As We Get Older?” by Christopher Dwyer https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/thoughts-thinking/202209/why-…
 
Today we discuss how the body can physically feel emotions, how axolotls can regenerate their brains, and how pigs can play peacemakers during pig-on-pig fights. Body Map “Where Are Emotions Felt In The Body?” by Juliana Ukiomogbe https://greatist.com/connect/emotional-body-maps-infographic#infographic “Bodily maps of emotions” by Lauri Nummenmaa, …
 
I thank composer Marcel Barsotti and director Philip Brenke that they let me do a spotlight episode on the score for the German thriller “Forgiveness: Ten Years Without Spring“. The album is available from December 12th on, everywhere you can stream and/or download music.By Sideshow Sound Theatre
 
Today we explore how astronauts’ blood mutates when coming back from space, how our screens are aging us, and the potential extinction event of the snow crab. Astronaut Blood “Astronauts' blood shows signs of DNA mutations due to spaceflight” by Elizabeth Howell https://www.space.com/astronaut-spaceflight-cancer-dna-mutations-study “Researchers Fin…
 
Today you’ll learn about how kids’ well-being can affect adult heart health, what our ears can tell us about the cosmos, and how playing music meant for oysters can help them adapt to climate change. Happy Healthy Kids “Protecting Children’s Psychological Well-being Could Help Strengthen Their Hearts as Adults” by Boehm, J. K. https://www.psycholog…
 
Gearing up for season 5 we are revisiting out original episodes and cleaning them up. The story refers back and we want to make them as good as we can for you all. :) New Store at HTTPS://GoodHamProductions.com! Dice Tower Theatre presents Dawn of dragons is a radioplay style retelling of a TTRPG campaign over several years of gameplay. A fantasy s…
 
Today we discuss the benefits of taking breaks during work, how milk led to death, and a new configuration of lights that might lead to a massive decrease in the amount of motorcycle accidents that happen at night. Healthy Breaks “Microbreaks may help to prevent workplace burnout” by Neil McKim https://www.sciencefocus.com/news/microbreaks-may-help…
 
Today we explore how technology is making us lonely, how a new pair of glasses may be expanding your idea of a computer screen, and how hitting the snooze button too many times could ruin your sleep hygiene. Techno-Lonely “Cultivate Deeper Connections Using the Science of Friendship” BY Ryan Jenkins https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-case-…
 
Let’s talk about a recent study that shows children are more likely to be honest with their emotions when talking to a robot, a revolutionary new way to make single-use coffee pods from seaweed, and, trigger warning, how deep brain stimulation might help those suffering from eating disorders. Mental Health Robot “Children more candid about mental h…
 
Today you’ll learn about the behaviors researchers say can make us more connected with each other, how China is building an AI-powered, 3D Printed dam, and how an over-reliance on the English language is causing problems in the field of cognitive science. Health and Connection “Feeling connected enhances mental and physical health – here are 4 rese…
 
Today we explore the science behind getting great ideas in the shower, how regular chocolate consumption can slow down cognitive decline, and how a black hole recently burped out the remnants of a star it absorbed four YEARS ago! Shower Ideas “The Science of Why You Have Great Ideas in The Shower” by Stacey Colino https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/tec…
 
We discuss how scientists have developed a cancer-detecting contact lens, the behaviors of inebriated dolphins, and how listening to birds singing can help our mental health! Smart Contacts “Scientists Create Smart Contact Lenses That Diagnose Cancer” by Ophthalmology Breaking News https://ophthalmologybreakingnews.com/scientists-create-smart-conta…
 
Today you’ll learn about the science of cognitive bias, how scientists may have found a way to turn your body into a battery, and how the first 3D-printed school in Europe is about to be built in Ukraine. Cognitive Bias “Cognitive Biases and Brain Biology Help Explain Why Facts Don't Change Minds” by Keith M. Bellizzi https://theconversation.com/co…
 
Today we explore whether there is a potential long-term cure for asthma based on recent studies, how shark intestines are shaped exactly like a Tesla Valve, and what happens when you transplant human brain cells in newborn rats. Asthma Cure “Potential Long-Term Treatment for Asthma Found” by Aston University https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20…
 
Today we discuss how only four minutes of small talk with a stranger can help you predict their personality traits, an exciting biodegradable battery option on the horizon, and a new discovery into the origins of dragons! Small Talk “Four Minutes of Small Talk Can Reveal Key Personality Traits” by Sascha Pare https://www.theguardian.com/science/202…
 
Let’s talk about a potential new high-tech mine in Minnesota, how scientists have created a synthetic mouse embryo using stem cells, and a major breakthrough in the cause of and treatment for Down Syndrome. Remote Mines “This Remote Mine Could Foretell the Future of America’s Electric Car Industry” by Ana Swanson https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/30/…
 
Today we discuss the science behind a wandering mind, the ins and outs of songs composed by humpback whales, and how an innovative new robotic capsule might help our digestive systems absorb drugs that aren’t as effective to take orally. A Wandering Mind “The science of a wandering mind” By Tim Vernimmen https://knowablemagazine.org/article/mind/20…
 
Today we discuss how frog skin stem cells were recently used to create microscopic living machines, how scientists are trying to replicate the powerful punch of a mantis shrimp, and a new breakthrough in the creation of an oral insulin tablet. Frog Skin Cells “Frog skin cells turned themselves into living machines” by Laura Sanders https://www.scie…
 
Today you’ll learn about how squirrels are parkour experts and can be used to teach robots to move in a similar way, how artificial intelligence can help expectant mothers predict childbirth risks, and the gangs of dolphins that are roaming our oceans. Robot Squirrels “Science’s next great leap: using squirrels to teach robots how to ‘parkour’” by …
 
Today you’ll learn about how music is being used to combat dementia, how scientists are making more efficient rocket fuel from bacteria, and the environmental effects of bitcoin mining. Music and Dementia “Music Helps Patients With Dementia Connect With Loved Ones” by Marla Paul https://neurosciencenews.com/music-alzheimers-connection-21316/ “Music…
 
Let’s talk about whether “man flu” is fact or fiction, how the Arctic lakes just threw a curveball at our climate change projections, and the genius new way bats are tricking their predators. The Myth of Man Flu “Man flu is not a thing – Gender-specific secondary analysis of a prospective randomized-controlled trial for acute rhinosinusitis” by Rei…
 
We discuss the latest in phone hacking technology, how aquaculture may be able to help the global food crisis, and how engaging with people who speak in a foreign accent may help us retain language. Hacking Device “Hacking device can secretly swipe and tap your smartphone screen” by Jeremy Hsu https://www.newscientist.com/article/2335970-hacking-de…
 
We discuss a new app that can translate a cat’s meow into human languages, how the Epaulette shark is teaching us about climate change, and a potential treatment that might prevent cerebral palsy. Flirting Cats “Did My Cat Just Hit On Me? An Adventure in Pet Translation” by Emily Anthes https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/29/science/cats-pets-ommunicat…
 
Today we discuss the connection between skin cancer and a leopard gecko named Mr. Frosty, how playing a musical instrument in childhood can affect brain function as we age, and how a new underwater camera can help us explore previously-unseen parts of the ocean. Geckos & Skin Cancer “This Gecko Named Mr. Frosty and His 900 Babies May Inspire Human …
 
Today we talk about how crystallizing human urine can help save seagrass, a new AI program that can detect early signs of heart disease, and how mosquitos can be used to vaccinate against malaria. Pee and Seagrass “Human Pee Might Just Be the Key to Saving Seagrass” by Jesse Kathan https://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/human-pee-might-just-be-t…
 
Join us for a deep dive into the latest and wildest new discoveries from Ancient Egypt to get you ready for the release of DC’s new film Black Adam, only in theaters. The dead speak! Yes, scientists have recreated the voice of a 3,000 year old mummy and we’ll tell you all about it as well as how some ancient Egyptian tombs contain more than just go…
 
Today we talk about how psilocybin from magic mushrooms can help those struggling with alcohol addiction, a new device that can detect Parkinson’s disease from breathing patterns, and how we can recycle wind turbines. Magic Addiction Fix “Psychedelic ‘Magic Mushroom’ Ingredient Could Help Treat Alcohol Addiction” by Margaret Osborne https://www.smi…
 
Today we explore a potential scientific fountain of youth, how cooperation among strangers has, contrary to popular belief, actually increased in recent years, and how the pandemic has caused the perception of time distortion. Reverse Aging “Scientists actually reversed human aging using a revolutionary new treatment” by Mike Wehner https://bgr.com…
 
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