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689: Her Beau is Faux, But She Doesn't Know | Feedback Friday

You were happy for your roommate's sister when it seemed her new boyfriend was a keeper who made her happy. Unfortunately, it's become obvious he's a dangerous manipulator who has her under his spell as he drains her savings and threatens to propose to her while claiming to be the second coming of the region's top La-Z-Boy salesman with a net worth of $16 million. How can you get her to see him for what he is before it's too late? We'll look for answers to this and more here on Feedback Friday!
And in case you didn't already know it, Jordan Harbinger (@JordanHarbinger) and Gabriel Mizrahi (@GabeMizrahi) banter and take your comments and questions for Feedback Friday right here every week! If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Feedback Friday episodes, drop us a line at Now let's dive in!
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Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

The Premonition

When Paul Burnham was a teenager, he received what felt like a premonition: he would die at the age of 54. Now, he's 54. This week, what his story of confronting death reveals about life.If you like this show, be sure to check out our other work, including our recent episode about the power of doing less.Also, check out our new podcast, My Unsung Hero! And if you'd like to support our work, you can do so at 



Lost Worlds: Life on Mars?

Mars was once a very different planet, with rivers, lakes, and — potentially — life. NASA’s latest Mars rover is on a mission to find traces of past life. What happens if it does?
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Making Sense with Sam Harris

Sam Harris

#285 — American Division

In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with David French about forces that are pulling American society apart. They discuss David’s experience as a JAG officer in Iraq, his experience of harassment for coming out against Trump, the way real grievances drive political derangement, the illiberalism on both the Left and the Right, the role of prophecy in Evangelical support for Trump, honor culture, the response to Hunter Biden’s laptop, the January 6th hearings, the personality cult of Trumpism, federalism, geographic sorting, group polarization, cultural divisions in sports and entertainment, the gun rights movement, the ethics of gun ownership, whether Trump will be prosecuted, the 2024 Presidential campaign, the dangers of online activism, and other topics. SUBSCRIBE to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to all full-length episodes of the podcast at   Learning how to train your mind is the single g

The Science of Happiness

PRX and Greater Good Science Center

How to Say "Sorry" Like You Mean It

Apologies are key to successful relationships. But are you doing them right?

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We all have moments when we say or do something we later regret. Then the time comes to make an apology. But a halfhearted “I’m sorry” rarely gets the job done. On this episode of The Science of Happiness, public defender Sam Dugan joins us for a second time to try science-backed tips for making an effective apology. First, she takes a moment to cultivate mindfulness through a mindful breathing practice. Next, Sam invites us in as she apologizes to her husband Nate. Sam reflects on how she took out her stress on Nate, what led her to lash out, and the importance of making a true, heartfelt apology — as opposed to the mindless ones many of us make on a near-daily basis. Then we hear from Sana Rizvi, a professor at the University of New Brunswick, about the science of how mindfulness can make

StarTalk Radio

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Indigenous Science with Dr. Jessica Hernandez

Is Western science always the best science? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Marcia Belsky discuss Indigenous methods to combat climate change with Indigenous scientist and author Dr. Jessica Hernandez. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Jennifer E Carr, Ruben, Peter Kellner, Michele Bontemps, eric secrist, Zebulon C, Travis Ryan Otter, Matthew Young, SevereFLIPPER, and Cleo K for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Antonio Campoy, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Freakonomics, M.D.

Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher

42. Your Doctor Has to Go Home. Now What?

When a doctor’s shift ends, or a physician retires, are patients left in the lurch? Bapu Jena looks at the challenge of managing medical transitions. 

Science Friday

Science Friday and WNYC Studios

Seabird Poop, ‘Prehistoric Planet’ TV Show, Dry Great Plains, Six Foods For A Changing Climate. May 20, 2022, Part 2

We Need To Talk About Bird Poop
Seabird poop—sometimes called guano—was the “white gold” of fertilizers for humans for millennia. Rich in nitrogen and phosphorus from birds’ fish-based diets, the substance shaped trade routes and powered economies until chemical fertilizers replaced it.
But while people may no longer find bird poop profitable, these same poop deposits—often found on islands or coasts where the birds nest and rear their young—may also be nurturing ecosystems that would be left high and dry if the birds were to disappear. As seabird populations quickly decline, that’s becoming an increasing risk.
Australian researchers Megan Grant and Jennifer Lavers talk to Ira about the under-appreciated role of bird guano in ecosystems, and why scientists should be looking more closely at the poop patterns of endangered seabirds.




Uncomfortable with power? Tell us about it!

Invisibilia is seeking stories about discomfort with power. Stories about leaders denying their power, organizations with supposedly flat power structures and invisible hierarchies, or personal relationships with difficult power dynamics. If you have a story about power – at a workplace, in a band, on a high school basketball team, etc... – send a short summary with the subject line – POWER – to The deadline is March 11th.

Something You Should Know

Mike Carruthers / OmniCast Media / Cumulus Podcast Network

What to Do When You Feel Stuck & How Alternative Health Practices Can Actually Work

Who you hang out with can affect your health. This episode begins with some interesting research from Gallup about the impact your friends can have on you - both positive and negative. Source: Tom Rath author of Well Being (
We all feel stuck at some point in life. Maybe you are stuck in a job or a relationship - or you just feel stuck in general. So how do you get unstuck? Well, there are some good ways and some bad ways. Here to explain what works and what doesn’t and how anyone can get unstuck from just about anything is therapist Britt Frank, author of the book, The Science of Stuck: Breaking Through Inertia to Find Your Path Forward (
Certain alternative therapies have been labeled “woo-woo.” Generally, that has come to mean they are things that are a bit mystical and no one really knows if they work for sure. This includes t

This Podcast Will Kill You

Exactly Right

Ep 97 Snake Venom: Collateral Damage

How do you feel about snakes? Intrigued or terrified? In awe or creeped out? Of course, those aren’t the only options; the sight or thought of a snake can evoke many different emotions, but chances are indifference isn’t one of them. And is it any wonder? Some snakes can produce incredibly potent venoms that can seriously harm or even kill you, a characteristic that likely helped earn them their prominent role in many cultures and religions as a creature or god to be respected, if not feared. In this episode, we take a closer look at the diverse compounds that make up these venoms by exploring how they impact our bodies in the myriad ways they do and the current tools we have to combat their effects. Then we turn to evolution, not of snakes themselves but rather the role snakes may have played in primate evolution (snake detection hypothesis, anyone?) before discussing the historical development of antivenoms. We round out t

What Remains

WRAL Studios

True crime meets forensic science in the What Remains podcast from WRAL Studios. With no ID, human skeletal remains often end up at medical examiners’ offices where they sit in storage closets for years, gathering dust as evidence slowly disappears. These are some of the most difficult cold cases to crack. Unsolved murders. Missing people never identified. Families without answers. Every year in the United States there are 600,000 missing person reports and 4,400 sets of unidentified human remains are found. But matching the remains to the missing people is not an easy task.   Meet the passionate scientists and investigators dedicating their lives to the seemingly impossible: matching missing persons to unidentified human remains. In the emerging field of forensic science, they coax clues out of bone, using what remains to put a person’s identity back together. The veteran detective who devotes his career to bringing closure to families. The volunteer forensic genealogist who uses new tools like GEDmatch to narrow down an ID. The part-time web sleuth who helps shape the national missing persons database, NamUs. The forensic anthropologist using DNA testing to identify race, sex, body type and features that help coax a name from the bones. The scientists who study human decomposition at a body farm in western North Carolina. The forensic artists who build facial reconstructions from nothing but skulls. And the parents who endure years of not knowing what happened to their children. All working toward the same goals: finding a name, solving cold cases, bringing justice and closure to families. WRAL Studios presents What Remains, hosted by veteran crime reporter Amanda Lamb. 

Sasquatch Chronicles

Sasquatch Chronicles - Bigfoot Encounters

AREA 51: Former Counterintelligence Officer

I wanted to share this presentation in a podcast format. Sometimes when you are searching for answers it is important to look at other topics or genres. If this topic interests you, take a listen. Richard Doty’s presentation centers on his assignment as a counterintelligence officer at Area 51. He will disclose never before publicly released incidents involving UFOs/UAPs and extraterrestrial contact and research projects.

Short Wave


Let's Get Crafty With Agar Art!

Pull out your art supplies because it's time to get crafty--with agar! At the intersection of biology and art lies a creative medium that's actually alive. Scientists and artists practice etching designs on petri dishes with bacterial paint that can grow and multiply.Aaron Scott talks with science correspondent Nell Greenfieldboyce about her foray into the agar art world.Have another craft suggestion? Email the show at

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast

Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying

Keeping Sane: Bret Speaks with Neil Oliver

American Hartford Gold: Call them at 866-828-1117 or text DARKHORSE to 998899 to get started buying precious metals such as gold and silver.*****Bret speaks with Neil Oliver about the COVID conference in Bath and on their experiences throughout the pandemic.Neil Oliver is a British television presenter, archaeologist, and author. He is best known as the presenter of several documentary series on archaeology and history, including A History of Scotland, Vikings, and Coast. He is also an author of popular history books and historical fiction.Find Neil Oliver at:*****Find Bret Weinstein on Twitter: @BretWeinstein, and on Patreon. subscribe to this channel for more long form content like this, and subscribe to the clips channel @DarkHorse Podcast Clips for short clips of all our podcasts:

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

Coast to Coast AM

Flying Saucer Investigators - Best of Coast to Coast AM - 6/10/22

Guest host Richard Syrett and author Charles Lear explore the history of UFO investigation in the modern era after Kenneth Arnold's famous sighting in Washington state in 1947, and the deaths connected to a mysterious plane crash while investigators were researching debris from an alleged UFO crash.

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The Confessionals

Merkel Media

Members Preview | 453: Summoning Azazel (Members)

In Episode 453: Summoning Azazel we are joined by a guest that requested to remain anonymous. She had some experiences that she has never shared with people and was very hesitant to do so. She seems to have had a run-in with the fallen angel Azazel caused by a ritual she briefly watched at the end of a video. After viewing the ritual weird things started happening around her home. She went back to the video to investigate and she found that the ritual was no longer there. So she reached out to the creator of the video and that's when things get even more bizarre. She also talks about premonitions she has had, her encounter with bigfoot as a young girl, and the possession she seems to have gone through. 

You can join The Confessionals on "The Spirits Are Inn" tour when we visit the Shanley Hotel in New York on July 1-2, 2022 as we have a two-day and one-night haunted adventure!


Science Vs


Nightmare on Science Street

Today, we’re sharing a collection of spooky science stories. You’ll hear about a nightmare in the ocean, a nightmare on land, and even a nightmare … IN YOUR MIND. We talk to scientists including marine biologist, Dr. Olga Shpak and malacologist Jaynee Kim.

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This episode was produced by Wendy Zukerman, Michelle Dang, Meryl Horn, Ilya Kolmanovsky, and Rose Rimler. Extra help from Courtney Gilbert. We’re edited by Blythe Terrell. Wendy Zukerman is the Executive Producer. Fact checking by Diane Kelly. Mix and sound design by Bumi Hidaka. Music written by Bumi Hidaka, Emma Munger, Bobby Lord and SoWylie. Our amazing Barbershop Quartet is Bobby Lord, Peter Leonard and Austin Mitchell. Thanks to the researchers we got in touch with for this episode, includi

The Wild with Chris Morgan

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The Cougar Conundrum

One thing that I love about my work is that I get the opportunity to talk to so many interesting people working with wildlife around the world. For today’s episode I wanted to share with you one of those conversations.Some of you might remember our episodes on “how to catch a cougar” back in season 2. If you do, the name Dr. Mark Elbroch will probably sound familiar. Mark is a good friend of mine and a cougar biologist with Panthera - he took us out into the forests of WA State to radio collar and track a cougar for those episodes. It was an incredible experience.Well, I also had the honor of interviewing him on stage at Town Hall in Seattle recently - about the fascinating lives of cougars - mountain lions - he’s on the cutting edge of some leading research about their behavior, their ecology, and how we can protect and appreciate these beautiful big cats. Mark’s just written a book called The Cougar Conundrum: Sharing the World with a Successful Predat

Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time


What Was The First Dinosaur?

Exactly where and when dinosaurs first evolved are still open questions in paleontology; it’s hard to even say what the first dinosaur was. In this episode, we dig into the evidence for dinosaur origins in the Triassic Period (between 252 and 201 million years ago) and try to understand the world they lived in. Being able to point to the first dinosaur might tell us something about how the biggest mass extinction of all time influenced the course of life on our planet.

Eons: Mysteries of Deep Time is produced by Complexly for PBS.

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Mysterious Radio: Paranormal, UFO & Lore Interviews

Mysterious Radio

Heros and Haunts of the Great Lakes

My special guest is author Bruce Jenvey who's here to discuss the little known stories and haunted history around the Great Lakes. Get his book Heros and Haunts of he Great Lakes on Amazon.

For ten years, Bruce Jenvey explored the Great Lakes as a journalist for Great Lakes Cruiser Magazine. Along the way, he collected stories of the little-known heroes and in some cases, forgotten history that helped shape the two nations that share this famed waterway. Here is a handpicked collection of Bruce’s favorite stories from his travels, stories of inspiration, ingenious innovation and valiant courage against all odds. These are the stories of The Cable, Albert Ocha, The Great Farini, The Battle of Lake Erie, The Lorain Tornado and more. Here are tales of humor and lessons learned like The Wreck Of The Gunilda and The Day Dave Bombed Detroit. There are legends, too, such as The Maid Of The Mist and Nanabosho, The Sleeping Giant, as wel


BBC World Service

The Life Scientific: Jacinta Tan

When a person with severe anorexia nervosa refuses food, the very treatment they need to survive, is that refusal carefully considered and rational, as it can appear to those around them? Or is it really the illness that’s causing them to say ‘no’?

This is one of the thorny ethical dilemmas that Jacinta Tan has wrestled with over the course of her career. She is deeply curious about the mind, and has spent hundreds of hours sitting with people with anorexia nervosa, not persuading them to eat, rather listening to them talk about what’s going on in their minds and how the illness influences their decisions.

These rich internal worlds, that she has revealed, shape her work as a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, where she treats people with eating disorders. The views of those with the condition and their families have been central to the recent government reviews of the Eating Disorde

In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants

Plants are everything. They are also incredibly interesting. From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of wonder. Tune in for a podcast celebrating everything botany.

Stuff To Blow Your Mind


Weirdhouse Cinema: Battle Beyond the Stars

It’s time to venture into the world of “Star Wars” knock-offs once more, this time with 1980’s “Battle Beyond the Stars!” Join Rob and Joe as they revel in this wonky space opera featuring a number of b-movie mainstays and future stars.

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Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP & Ann Kelley PhD

Harnessing Fierce Self-Compassion to Speak Up & Claim Your Power with Dr. Kristin Neff (176)

Explore compassion from its neurological and societal basis through the Dr. Kristin Neff's research writings and current conversations. Embrace self-love using the bravery of showing up as your authentic self.

art bell tape vault

the art bell vault

the best of the kingdom of nye 🛸 - links, playlists, tip jar

The Best of Making Sense with Sam Harris

Sam Harris

Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the human mind, society, and current events. Sam Harris is the author of The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing has been published in more than 20 languages. Mr. Harris and his work have been discussed in The New York Times, Time, Scientific American, Nature, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, and many other journals. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Economist, Newsweek, The Times (London), The Boston Globe, The Atlantic, The Annals of Neurology, and elsewhere. Mr. Harris received a degree in philosophy from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA.

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll | Wondery

AMA | June 2022

Welcome to the June 2022 Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape! We are inaugurating a slightly different publication schedule, in which these monthly AMA will take the place of one of the regular Monday episodes, rather than being in addition to all of them. A slight tweak that will hopefully make my obligations a little more manageable.These monthly excursions are funded by Patreon supporters (who are also the ones asking the questions). I take the large number of questions asked by Patreons, whittle them down to a more manageable size — based primarily on whether I have anything interesting to say about them, not whether the questions themselves are good — and sometimes group them together if they are about a similar topic. Enjoy!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Paranormal Mysteries Podcast

Paranormal Mysteries | Supernatural & Unexplained Stories

259| High Strangeness In Our National Parks: Yuba City Five & Mike Hearon Vanishing | Paranormal Mysteries

In tonight’s episode of Paranormal Mysteries, I’ll be taking a look at two separate cases of high strangeness. The first of which, involves the bizarre disappearance, and death of the Mathias Group, also known as the Yuba City Five, near the Plumas National Forest. Second, I’ll be discussing the unexplained vanishing of Mike Hearon in the Great Smoky Mountains.TELL YOUR STORY Email: Voicemail: Website: Forum: SUPPORT THE SHOW Patreon: BuyMeACoffee: PayPal: Merchandise: SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: http

Making Sense with Sam Harris - Subscriber Content

Sam Harris

#285 - American Division

In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with David French about forces that are pulling American society apart. They discuss David’s experience as a JAG officer in Iraq, his experience of harassment for coming out against Trump, the way real grievances drive political derangement, the illiberalism on both the Left and the Right, the role of prophecy in Evangelical support for Trump, honor culture, the response to Hunter Biden’s laptop, the January 6th hearings, the personality cult of Trumpism, federalism, geographic sorting, group polarization, cultural divisions in sports and entertainment, the gun rights movement, the ethics of gun ownership, whether Trump will be prosecuted, the 2024 Presidential campaign, the dangers of online activism, and other topics.
David French is a senior editor at The Dispatch and a contributing writer for The Atlantic. A graduate of Harvard Law School, David was previously a senior writer for

Overheard at National Geographic

National Geographic

Solving the Mystery of the Boiling River

As a boy growing up in Peru, Andrés Ruzo recalls his grandfather’s stories about the horrors Spanish conquistadores encountered in the Amazon, including a “boiling river.” Years later, Ruzo, a National Geographic Explorer, journeys into the Amazon to try to find the waterway.
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Read a Q&A with Andrés to learn more about the communities that live around Shanay-Timpishka and the theories scientists explored to understand why the river boils.
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Blurry Creatures

Blurry Creatures

EP: 112 Giants of The Caribbean with Heather Arnold

Grab your sunscreen and a coconut because we're going back to the islands! This week we bring on researcher, explorer, and author Heather Arnold to discuss here book "The Islands of the Giants: The Lost Race of Giants of Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao". About to be a full time resident on the islands, Heather discusses the anomalies and her findings on the true history of these three islands in the Caribbean. What evidence has she found that there indeed were giants on these islands? This episode gets blurry with everything lights and UFO sightings to stories of large people being found and the historical evidence suddenly disappears. 
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Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe


Could aliens teach us science?

Daniel talks to Sam Kimpton-Nye about whether aliens do science the same way we do.


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Monsters Inside Me

Animal Planet

Flesh Eaters

A seemingly innocent cat scratch leaves a veterinary volunteer with a raised and growing wound on her chest. When it begins to move, she's horrified that something could be growing inside.To actually see the Monsters Inside Me episode you just listened to, stream full episodes on discovery+. Go to to start your 7-day free trial today. Terms apply.

Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

Why can some people speak dozens of languages? with Ev Fedorenko, PhD

For those of us who speak only one language, the idea of learning twenty or thirty sounds impossible. But there are “hyperpolyglots” who have managed this remarkable feat. Evelina Fedorenko, PhD, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses what sets polyglots apart and what scientists might learn from studying them. She also discusses how language is processed in the brain, why it’s so much easier for kids to learn languages than adults, the relationship between language and thought and how we can think without language, and more. Links Ev Fedorenko, PhD Speaking of Psychology Home Page Sponsor Newport Health

The Infinite Monkey Cage

BBC Radio 4

A History of Rock

A History of Rock

Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by rock enthusiasts Ross Noble, Paleontologist Susie Maidment and Geologist Chris Jackson to look at the history of rock. Unfortunately for Ross, this turns out to mean actual rolling stones, rather than THE Rolling Stones. We hear what secrets the study of rock reveals about the very birth of our planet, to the incredible creatures that walked the Earth many millions of years ago, preserved in our ancient stones.

Producer: Alexandra Feachem

The Psychology Podcast

Stitcher & Scott Barry Kaufman

Jim Tucker || The Science of Reincarnation

Today we welcome Dr. Jim Tucker who is a child psychiatrist and the Bonner-Lowry Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia. He is Director of the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies, where he is continuing the work of Dr. Ian Stevenson on reincarnation. He has been invited to speak about his research on Good Morning America, Larry King Live, and CBS Sunday Morning. He recently published BEFORE: Children's Memories of Previous Lives, a 2-in-1 edition of his previous books.In this episode, I talk to Dr. Jim Tucker about the science of reincarnation. We delve into his research findings and methodology on children who claim to remember their previous lives. Dr. Tucker notes that these children don’t just recall biographical details of their past, but they also retain feelings and emotions. His findings have important implications for how we understand consciousness. We also touch on the topics of

Real Ghost Stories Online

Real Ghost Stories Online | Paranormal, Supernatural & Horror Radio

Real Ghost Stories Online EXTRA! | True Paranormal Ghost Stories

This is a Real Ghost Stories Online - EXTRA!
From the best supernatural & paranormal podcast, Real Ghost Stories Online!

Haunting real ghost stories told by the very people who experienced these very real ghost stories. You've never heard a horror podcast like this before.

If you have a true ghost story, share it with the top horror podcast around!

If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802!
If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: or at or at

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Tooth & Claw: True Stories of Animal Attacks

Wes Larson, Jeff Larson, Mike Smith | QCODE

Animal Attack News Roundup - Eko the Tiger, the Serial Squirrel, and Monkeyin’ Around

Welcome back to Tooth and Claw! On today's episode, we finally get around to talking about the incident down in a Florida zoo involving Eko the tiger, and share our thoughts on what the fallout of the unfortunate incident was and should be. But first, we kick things of with a couple of cute animals getting up to no good, and Jeff comes up with a new segment to great (horrifying?) success.

Afterwards, we wrap it up with a batch of listener questions. We hope you enjoy!

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You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

234 - The Truth Wins - Tom Stafford

Link to preorder How Minds Change and get your preorder bonuses:

Deliberation. Debate. Conversation. Though it can feel like that’s what we are doing online as we trade arguments back and forth, most of the places where we currently gather make it much easier to produce arguments in isolation rather than evaluate them together in groups. The latest research suggests we will need much more of the latter if we hope to create a new, modern, functioning marketplace of ideas. In this episode, psychologist Tom Stafford takes us through his research into how to do just that.

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The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week

Popular Science

Human Refrigerators, Poop Knives, Whacky Tongues

The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week is a podcast by Popular Science. Share your weirdest facts and stories with us in our Facebook group or tweet at us!
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BioHacked: Family Secrets

Three Uncanny Four

BioHacked tells startling true stories of the people caught between two multi-trillion-dollar industries — medicine and technology — and chronicles how their lives are transformed. In season 1, the children of anonymous sperm and egg donors — some with dozens or hundreds of half-siblings — take on the fertility industry. As they uncover the identities of their donors and gather vital medical information, unexpected ethical, scientific, and political challenges arise that will leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about the baby business.

The Resetter Podcast

Dr. Mindy Pelz

Insulin: Everything You Need To Know - With Dr. Ben Bikman

For full show notes, resources mentioned, and transcripts go to: To enroll in Dr. Mindy's Fasting membership go to: This episode is about insulin, glucose, and your fasting questions.  Benjamin Bikman earned his Ph.D. in Bioenergetics and was a postdoctoral fellow with the Duke-National University of Singapore in metabolic disorders.  Currently, his professional focus as a scientist and professor (Brigham Young University) is to better understand the role of elevated insulin in regulating obesity and diabetes, including the relevance of ketones in mitochondrial function. Outside the lab, Dr. Bikman is a devoted husband and father and enjoys nothing more than traveling and adventuring with his wife and three children.  Please see our medical disclaimer.

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

Dr. Steven Novella

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe is a weekly science podcast discussing the latest science news, critical thinking, bad science, conspiracies and controversies. -The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe: Your escape to reality - Produced by SGU Productions, LLC:

Wild Thing

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S3 E1: Close To Home

In Wild Thing: Going Nuclear, we’ll use science, history and culture to probe the realities of atomic energy today, while analyzing our own fascination— and ambivalence—with all things atomic. What are the true risks? And what is the actual potential? Are we better at this than we were sixty years ago? And given our nature, are we humans even responsible enough to harness the power of the universe—and should we?
*Become a premium subscriber to Wild Thing! Premium subscribers get each new episode early, and exclusive access to all bonus episodes, not to mention the warm fuzzy feeling that comes from supporting the show. Go to to find out more!
*Season 2 of Wild Thing is produced by Laura Krantz and Scott Carney. Editing by Alicia Lincoln. Music and mixing by Louis Weeks.
*Find us on social media - @wildthingpod - and on our website

Expanded Perspectives

Expanded Perspectives

Phantom Drumming

On this episode of Expanded Perspectives, the guys start the show off by talking about how Kyle's central air conditioning unit quit on him in the 104-degree weather. Then, a person writes in with a strange encounter with a floating orange orb in Mineral Wells, Texas in 1967. Next, about 3 years ago a group of friends that were staying in a cabin in the Great Smokey Mountains in North Carolina, were terrorized by a large bipedal canine that watched them throughout the night.

Then, another Dogman sighting that comes from Kansas while a person was deer hunting and spending the evening in a small cabin. Each night while sleeping the person would awake to the strange sounds of scratching on the outside of the cabin. Then, a strange sighting of the Hoof Man! Next up Taylor and Emily of the Dark(ish) Podcast send us an audio clip about a strange Phantom Drumming sound heard by their friend Rachel in Arizona.

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All Creatures Podcast

All Creatures Podcast

Episode 279: Keen on Kākāpō

The critically endangered Kākāpō is one of the more endearing species we have covered to date. This flightless parrot is native to Aotearoa New Zealand and was nearly extinct in the late 20th century. It is only through the commitment of the New Zealand Government and her people that the Kākāpō is still in existence. Today there are over 200 of these birds that are being cared for and guarded off Aotearoa New Zealand's coasts. This is just an amazing bird that surprised us at every turn. They truly deserves your love and another species you cant miss. 
For one cup of "good" coffee a month you can support your favorite podcast on Patreon and give back to conservation. With your support we are able to send money to conservation organizations monthly chosen by our Patreon supporters. We recently posted a bonus episode, the Blue Footed Booby, for our Patreon only subscribers and will be offering more bonus content soon! Thank you so muc

Going Wild with Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant

PBS Nature

Black. Female. Scientist.

Breaking glass ceilings, breaking down barriers, breaking molds: it’s exhilarating. And exhausting. This episode is about what it’s really, truly like to be a Black, female scientist in America.
Since this is the last episode of the season. I want to say, thanks to you. Hosting the show and sharing my stories has been an incredible experience and quite a wild ride. And I'm so glad that you're here on this journey with me. Go back and listen to all of the episodes again here:

NASA's Curious Universe

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

The Search For Life: Are We Alone?

Are we alone in the universe? It's a question studied in science fiction, but also by teams here at NASA. Join us as we search for signs of life outside of Earth with scientists Aki Roberge, Ravi Kopparapu, and Shawn Domagal-Goldman.

This Week in Virology

Vincent Racaniello

TWiV 912: COVID-19 clinical update #120 with Dr. Daniel Griffin

In COVID-19 clinical update #120, Dr. Griffin discusses outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 reinfection, CDC recommendation for vaccines in young children, neurodevelopment outcomes in infants of mothers testing positive for COVID during pregnancy, efficacy of monoclonal antibodies and antivirals in hamsters, rebound phenomenon after PAXLOVID in high-risk persons, hospitalization for infection after PAXLOVID treatment, and risk of long COVID with different variants. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Reinfection outcomes (Research Square) CDC recommends vaccine for young children (CDC) Neurodevelopment outcomes in infants post-infection (JAMA) Efficacy of monoclonal antibodies/antivirals in hamsters (Nature) PAXLOVID patient eligibility screening checklist (FDA) Remdesivir fact sheet for providers (Veklury)  Bebtelovimab fact sheet for providers (

American Innovations


Wondery Presents Persona: The French Deception

Introducing the true crime podcast Persona: The French Deception— the story of Gilbert Chikli, one of the greatest con artists of all time.What does it feel like to pick up the phone and scam someone out of $50 million? Host and award-winning journalist, Evan Ratliff, investigates how Chikli successfully duped some of the world’s most powerful people into handing over their fortunes. He explores how Chikli evaded the law for years and became a Robin Hood-like hero. More than just a tale of criminal genius, this is a show about the moment we’re living in right now — the golden age of scammers — and the power of seduction. But what happens when the fantasy we’ve been lured into finally crumbles away?For all that and more, follow “Persona: The French Deception” wherever you get your podcasts. Or you can listen early on Amazon Music or early and ad-free by subscribing to Wondery Plus in Apple Podcasts or the Wondery ap

GraveYard Tales

Adam Ballinger & Matt Rudolph

193: The Highgate Cemetery

This week we take a look at the Highgate Cemetery! Have you heard of it? Really cool history there and some interesting stories of hauntings!


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Into the Impossible With Brian Keating

Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination

Where Did The Universe Come From? Geraint Lewis

Do you ever look up to the stars and wonder about what is out there?
Over the last few centuries, humans have successfully unraveled much of the language of the universe, exploring and defining formerly mysterious phenomena such as electricity, magnetism, and matter through the beauty of mathematics. But some secrets remain beyond our realm of understanding—and seemingly beyond the very laws and theories we have relied on to make sense of the universe we inhabit. It is clear that the quantum, the world of atoms and electrons, is entwined with the cosmos, a universe of trillions of stars and galaxies...but exactly how these two extremes of human understanding interact remains a mystery. Where Did the Universe Come From? And Other Cosmic Questions allows readers to eavesdrop on a conversation between award-winning physicists Chris Ferrie and Geraint F. Lewis as they examine the universe through the two unifying and yet often

People Who Read People: A Behavior and Psychology Podcast

Zachary Elwood

Group psychology, polarization, and persuasion, with Matthew Hornsey

A talk with psychology researcher Matthew Hornsey about political polarization and the psychology behind it. Other topics discussed include: why people can believe such different (and unreasonable) ideas; persuasive tactics; the importance of people criticizing their own group; why groups mainly listen to in-group members and ignore the same ideas from out-group members. 

The Osterholm Update: COVID-19


Episode 99: A Time for Humility

In this episode, Dr. Osterholm and Chris Dall discuss the state of the pandemic in China, Europe, and the US; new data on a fourth dose of the vaccine; the recent VRBPAC meeting; and a COVID query about rapid at-home testing.

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Somewhere in the Skies

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A Cosmic Conversation with Avi Loeb

On episode 261 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Ryan and Chrissy welcome back Avi Loeb to discuss breaking news of an interstellar object (NOT 'Oumuamua') that crashed here on planet Earth. Then, they discuss all the latest developments with The Galileo Project and what we can expect moving forward with his continued efforts to capture and analyze possible extraterrestrial intelligence and techno-signatures. Loeb then answers your listener questions!Avi Loeb's most recent article: Learn more about The Galileo Project at: Help the people of Ukraine: www.somewhereintheskies.comYouTube Channel: CLICK HEREOfficial Store: CLICK HERESomewhere in the Skies Coffee: CLICK HEREOrder Ryan’s book in paperback, ebook, or audiobook by CLICKING HERETwitter: @SomewhereSkiesFollow Chrissy Newton on Twitter at:

The Michael Shermer Show

Michael Shermer

282. Anil Seth on the Hard Problem of Consciousness, the Self, and the Essence of Volition

Shermer and Seth discuss: “mind” and “consciousness” in context of understanding how molecules and matter give rise to such nonmaterial processes • controlled hallucinations • the hard problem of consciousness • the self and other minds • consciousness and self-awareness as emergent properties • Where does consciousness go during general anaesthesia? After death? • Star Trek TNG episode 138 “Ship in a Bottle”: a VR inside a VR that is indistinguishable from reality • Are we living in a simulation that itself is inside a simulation? • Does Deep Blue know that it beat the great Gary Kasparov in chess? • Does Watson know that it beat the great Ken Jennings in Jeopardy!? • Is Data on Star Trek sentient, conscious, and with feelings? • Can AI systems be conscious? • free will, determinism, compatibilism, and panpsychism. Anil Seth is Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience at

TED Talks Science and Medicine


Our longing for cosmic truth and poetic beauty | Maria Popova

Linking together the histories of Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Edwin Hubble and Tracy K. Smith, poet and thinker Maria Popova crafts an astonishing story of how humanity came to see the edge of the observable universe. (Followed by an animated excerpt of "My God, It's Full of Stars," by Tracy K. Smith)

The Joy of Why

Steven Strogatz and Quanta Magazine

Why Is Inflammation a Dangerous Necessity?

The immune system protects us from a full spectrum of pathogens, but without balance, it can end up hurting us over time, too. The immunologist Shruti Naik explains how our defenses can turn on us. The post Why Is Inflammation a Dangerous Necessity? first appeared on Quanta Magazine

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

David Puder, M.D.

How to Manage Aggression with Psychopharmacology in an Inpatient Setting

Violence and aggression are often used interchangeably, with subtle distinctions differentiating the two. Aggression is an umbrella term that encompasses violence and is defined as actions that lead to harm towards self, others, or objects, while violence is defined as actions that lead to harm, specifically toward other individuals (Newman, 2012). Aggression, according to the 3-factor approach initially detailed by investigators from the New York State Hospital system, is categorized into three types of assault: impulsive, predatory/organized, and psychotic. Impulsive aggression was the most common type at 54%, with predatory/organized type (29%) and psychotic type (17%) trailing behind (Quanbeck CD, 2007; Meyer et al., 2016). This episode aims to explore the management of agitation, aggression, and violence in the inpatient setting.   Link to blog here.  Link to webinars here. 

All In The Mind

ABC Radio

Does guilt have a silver lining?

Guilt and shame are often used interchangeably, but researchers in emotion and psychology say they are distinct – and often motivate people into very different paths of behaviour.

For the feeling of guilt, at least, that might even push you into making unexpected positive changes.

Nature Podcast

Springer Nature Limited

How science can tackle inequality

00:38 The science of studying inequalityWe discuss the research looking to understand the root causes and symptoms of inequalities, how they are growing, and how a cross-disciplinary approach may be the key to tackling them.Editorial: Equity must be baked into randomized controlled trialsNews Feature: How COVID has deepened inequality — in six stark graphicsCareer Feature: The rise of inequality research: can spanning disciplines help tackle injustice?07:26 The randomised trials helping to alleviate povertyFor decades, researchers have been running randomised trials to assess different strategies to lift people out of poverty. Many of these trials centre on providing people with cash grants – we hear how these trials have fared, efforts to improve on them, and the difficulties of scaling them up.News Feature: These experiments could lift millions out of dire poverty21:23 Why breast cancers metastasize differently at different types of dayA t

Quanta Science Podcast

Quanta Magazine

A Deepening Crisis Forces Physicists to Rethink Structure of Nature's Laws

Physicists are reexamining a longstanding assumption: that big stuff consists of smaller stuff. The post A Deepening Crisis Forces Physicists to Rethink Structure of Nature’s Laws first appeared on Quanta Magazine

BirdNote Daily


Spider Silk - Duct Tape for Bird Nests

The spider’s web is an intricate piece of precision engineering. Made from large proteins, it’s sticky, stretchy, and tough. So it’s no surprise that many small birds — including this Anna’s Hummingbird — make a point of collecting strands of spider silk to use in nest construction. Spider silk not only acts as a glue, holding the nest together, but it’s flexible enough to accommodate the growing bodies of nestlings. And it’s resilient enough to withstand the bustle of raising those hungry babies.More info and transcript at more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.



How Do Bidets Work?

The most popular modern bidet was invented in the U.S., so why hasn't this technology caught on here? Learn the history of the bidet in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article:

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Science Clear+Vivid Podcast

Alan Alda

Anna Ploszajski: When Science Meets Craft

A scientist fluent in the atomic properties of materials like glass and steel and wood, Anna Ploszajski wanted the hands-on experience of how craftspeople use them. The result is her book, Handmade: A Scientist’s Search for Meaning Through Making.

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The Science of Birds

Ivan Phillipsen

Giant Birds: Go Big or Go Home

This is Episode 52. Today, we’re talking about bird species that are way, way bigger than your average chickadee or finch.Our focus will be on evolutionary lineages that spawned some very large bird species. Species whose ancestors had been much smaller, millions of years earlier.We’ll look at a bunch of interesting giant birds throughout history. Then we’ll talk about some scientific explanations for why these critters got so big in the first place.~~ Leave me a review using Podchaser ~~Links of InterestThe Time Terror Birds Invaded [Video]Takahe - Return to the Wild [Video]Island GigantismLink to this episode on the Science of Birds websiteSupport the show

Life Kit: Health


How to make the most of your health insurance

Using your health insurance doesn't have to be on an "in-case-of-emergency" basis. Learn how to make the most of your coverage by taking advantage of preventative care, strategically timing procedures and getting exercise classes covered.

Big Brains

University of Chicago Podcast Network

Is Scientific Progress Slowing? with James Evans

There are far more scientists in today’s world, and they’re publishing research papers at a much faster pace. However, all of this growth hasn’t translated to more scientific progress. As University of Chicago Professor James Evans argues, scientists are overloaded by the flood of research papers they have to read, which is causing them to cite the same few papers over and over again. This dilemma is leaving newly published papers with less of a chance to disrupt existing work.

Evans directs the Knowledge Lab at UChicago, which is trying to reimagine the scientific process by providing better pathways for new scientific ideas to be shared with others. He explains how we can get back to advancing science again.

The Grave Talks | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural

Ghost Stores, Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural Stories

Grave Confessions | Daily Paranormal Ghost Stories

This is a daily EXTRA from The Grave Talks. Grave Confessions is an extra daily dose of true paranormal ghost stories told by the people who survived them!

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The Thinking Atheist

In Retrospect: Evangelical Conservatives, Sex, and Monica Lewinski

Yes, the story is 24 years old, but with the new American Crime Story miniseries airing on FX, it is reviving discussions about conduct, legality, and American puritanism and hypocrisy. VIDEO:

Unbiased Science


What the SPF? Shedding Light on Sunscreen

On this week's episode of the pod, we are joined by Dr. Michelle Wong-- a science educator and cosmetic chemist to talk all things related to sunscreen!
We kick off this episode with a discussion about skin cancer and its prevalence and the importance of prevention and early detection. We ease into things with a primer on the history of sunscreen and its evolution over time. We dive into the basics of sunscreen, its composition, and the different types of sunscreens. We also discuss the different types of UV light and the risks associated with UV radiation and DNA damage as it related to aging and cancer. We discuss various types of skin cancer and risk factors (including sun exposure). We answered a bunch of questions for our "Heard from the Herd" segment, including how to properly apply sun screen, the impact on the environment, and more. As usual, we spend some time debunking chemophobia-- this time related to the

Where Hope Grows

Force of Nature

Welcome to "Where Hope Grows", a podcast curated to celebrate the inspiring stories of ranchers, land stewards, and others working on the frontlines of the regenerative revolution. Inspired by the infinite wisdom of Mother Nature, our stories will ground you in a deep and profound way to the architecture of the natural world. With a recurring theme of collaborating and working within Her design, we are gifted with the reminder that Mother Nature's capacity for healing is intimately connected to our own. These are stories about regeneration, gratitude, and connection. This is where hope grows. This podcast is made possible by the support of Force of Nature.

The Science Hour

BBC World Service

Thirty years after the Earth Summit

Thirty years ago, world leaders met at the United Nations Earth Summit in Rio and appeared to commit to action to tackle two of the world's greatest environmental threats. The Earth Summit launched the UN Climate Change Convention and the Convention on Biological Diversity. Science in Action assesses their success by talking to atmospheric scientist Sir Bob Watson, a former chair of the International Panel of Climate Change, and to Tom Oliver, professor of applied ecology at the University of Reading.

Arctic zoologist Kristin Laidre tells us about the identification of an unique population of polar bears in Southeast Greenland. The bears’ unusual habitat and means of survival may make them more resilient to the loss of sea ice as the Arctic region continues to warm. Finally, archaeo-geneticist Maria Spyrou talks about her team’s detective work which points to an area of Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia as the likely source of the 14th

Nature Guys

Nature Guys

Invasive Plants

Bob is joined by our very own plant guru Greg to talk about invasive species. Greg brings along his right hand man Drew to explain why invasive plants have such a negative impact. Our sources for this episode include: Study by Audubon that Drew refers to: Nandina Berries Kill Birds

The Micah Hanks Program

Micah Hanks

The Mystery Drones: Unidentified Aircraft in U.S. Airspace | MHP 04.18.22.

Since the early 2000s, several high-profile incidents involving Navy and other military encounters with unidentified aircraft have occurred. While some of the strange objects seem very out of this world, others sound far more like drone or similar unmanned aircraft with possibly very down-to-earth origins... and yet the ultimate source of these "mystery drones" and other unusual aircraft remains unknown.  Joining us to discuss his reporting on several incidents involving mystery drones and other unusual military UAP encounters is Brett Tingley, whose reporting for sites like The Warzone has chronicled what may point to the existence of secretive aerial technologies in U.S. airspace, all of which we explore with him this week on The Micah Hanks Program.  The story doesn't end here... become an X Subscriber and get access to even more weekly content and monthly specials. Enjoy The Micah Hank

The End Of The World with Josh Clark


Simulation Argument (Epilogue)

There’s one last thing. Maybe the reason why we don’t see other intelligent life, maybe the reason we are in the astoundingly unique position of having to save the future of the human race, is because we are simulated human beings. It would explain a lot. (Original score by Point Lobo.)

Interviewees: Nick Bostrom, Oxford University philosopher and founder of the Future of Humanity Institute; Anders Sandberg, Oxford University philosopher; Seth Shostak, director of SETI

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The Cribsiders

The Cribsiders

S3 Ep51: Start Low, Go Slow, Get High. Pediatric Anxiety Pt 2: All About Meds

Does just thinking about SSRIs make you anxious? In the second part of a two episode series, Dr. Beth Brannan, a Triple Board Trained Physician, will talk with us about pharmacotherapy for anxiety disorders, including how she decides between medications, how to titrate, and which side effects to look out for.

Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine

Using waste to fuel airplanes, nature-based climate solutions, and a book on Indigenous conservation

On this week’s show: Whether biofuels for planes will become a reality, mitigating climate change by working with nature, and the second installment of our book series on the science of food and agriculture

First this week, Science Staff Writer Robert F. Service talks with producer Meagan Cantwell about sustainable aviation fuel, a story included in Science’s special issue on climate change. Researchers have been able to develop this green gas from materials such as municipal garbage and corn stalks. Will it power air travel in the future?

Also in the special issue this week, Nathalie Seddon, a professor of biodiversity at the University of Oxford, chats with host Sarah Crespi about the value of working with nature to support the biodiversity and resilience of our ecosystems. Seddon emphasizes that nature-based solutions alone cannot stop climate chang

The Brain Health Revolution Podcast

Sherzai M.D.

A Revolutionary and Empowering Approach to Preventive Medicine

This conversation between Dean and Ayesha is about the essence of changing habits. How do we empower communities to succeed in preventing diseases and living a healthy and empowered life?  Often, blunt ideas and useless terms, such "motivation" and "moderation" are thrown at individuals. But real, lifelong change is a lifestyle, which requires planning, and an understanding of one's strengths and limitation.  We invite you to check out The NEURO Academy, an incredible community of individuals on a journey together towards better brain health and ultimately, prevention of brain diseases. We offer a thriving platform for evidence-based articles, blogs, weakly live sessions of Q&A and cooking sessions with Ayesha, and on-demand courses that are included within the community. These courses are on brain-health related topics such as: - Comprehensive NEURO Plan with CME and CE certificates - Better

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Ginger Campbell, MD

BS 195 Neuroscience of Emotion with David Anderson

This month's episode is an interview with David J Anderson from Cal Tech. We talk about his new book The Nature of the Beast: How Emotions Guide US. We talk about how emotion CAN be studied in animals by using methods that focus on brain states rather than verbal descriptions. Dr. Anderson also explains why this experimental work is essential to developing more effective treatment of mental illnesses. This episode is a follow up to my discussion of The Neuroscience of Emotion: A New Synthesis by Ralph Adolphs and David J. Anderson in BS 151 (2018) Links and References: The Nature of the Beast: How Emotions Guide US by David J Anderson David Anderson,PhD. , California Institute of Technology Please visit for additional references and episode transcripts.   Please Visit Our Sponsors: The Minor Consult podcast at TextExpander at Announcements

That UFO Podcast

That UFO Podcast

230: Breaking News - Congressional UAP hearings, our thoughts

Andy & Dan give you their fresh thoughts only hours after the Congressional UAP hearing took place! What a big day, alot more interesting that we both thought it would be! 

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Were the questions tough?
Did they say "aliens" or "ExtraTerrestrial?
Was this Progress?
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iNTO THE FRAY RADIO - An Encounter with the Abyss that is the Paranormal

Shannon LeGro

iTF 331: The Campsite Visitor-A Washington State Bigfoot Story

Patrick recalls experiences from his childhood home ranging from interactive shadow figures, to orbs, and scratching on doors. We then move to talk of Bigfoot, including a very close encounter near Mt. Rainier in WA State.Want even more iTF content? Head to and check out the various pledge levels! Besides the interactive live video and bonus audio content? Rewards include...YOUR OWN PRIVATE RSS LINK, (so you can listen to all bonus episodes via your podcatcher) an exclusive Discord channel where we chat everyday, an invite to the secret Facebook group, signed books, and more! If you have a shorter story you'd like to the hotline day or night...1-833-222-9001 If you need more time than the 5 minutes, just call back and pick up where you left off.  Get your iTF STICKERS....HEREWatch Shannon as the host in, On the Trail of UFOs! Free on Amazon If you love Bigfoot... pick up, BEYOND THE F

StringCast | استرینگ‌کست

Shahin Javadi Nezhad & Reza Haririan

خودآگاهی کوانتومی

داستان تک‌سلولی‌های کنجکاو، شامپانزه‌های زبان‌شناس و هوشیاری کوانتومی
حامی: ویپاد، ترابانک پاسارگاد

خودآگاهی: از جهش‌های کوچک تا جهان‌های کوانتومی
مواجهه انسان با خود همیشه یکی از عجیب‌ترین ملاقات‌های تاریخ به شمار میرفته. از نارسیس زیبا در یونان باستان تا ونیسی‌هایی که برای اولین بار با انعکاس تصویر خود در آینه مواجه می‌شدند تا حی کودکانی که امروزه برای اولین بار در جلوی آینه می‌ایستند. ملاقاتی که یادآور یک موضوع کوچک ولی مهم در هوشیاری ما است. پدیده‌ای که همیشه در ناخودآگاه ما بوده ولی هیچوقت به آن فکر نمیکردیم. اینکه در میان همه موجودات جهان، ما تنها کسانی هستیم که خودآگاهیم! یعنی از وجودیت خود باخبریم، می‌دانیم که شخصیت اصلی زندگی خود هستیم و می‌توانیتم درباره این دانش تامل و تفکر کنیم!
اتفاقی که شاید مهم‌ترین و بارزترین تفاوت ما و دیگر ساکنین زمین و علت اصلی بقا و موفقیت هوموسپین‌ها در این کرده خاکی به شمار می‌رود!
اما این خودآگاهی دقیقا چیست؟‌ از کجا آمده؟
و آیا وجودیت اون چیزی فراتر از مغز و جسم فیزیکی ما به

BBC Inside Science

BBC Radio 4

Buried Mars Landers, Freezing Species, and Low-Tide Archaeology

Since 2018, Nasa's InSight Mars lander has been sitting on the surface listening to the seismic rumbles of the red planet's deep interior. But this week, plans were announced to finally phase down its activity, as martian dust obscures too much of its solar panels to power it through the forthcoming winter. Jon Amos tells Vic Gill of some of its many successes, and quite why it didn't fly with a duster on board.

50 years of observations across Australia's northern tropical forests suggest yet more bad news for the climate. Trees’ mortality has, it seems, doubled since the 1980s. As Oxford University's David Bauman tells Vic, it seems to be linked to a drying of the air as temperatures rise, and if the trend is also true across the world's other moist tropical forests, they could rapidly slip from being carbon sinks, to carbon sources.

Conservationists say we’re losing animal species faster


New Hampshire Public Radio

Call of the Void

A few weeks ago our host, Nate Hegyi, was on the edge of a very high cliff in Utah’s Zion National Park when he heard a little voice inside his head whisper… “jump.”  He didn’t heed the call, thankfully, and when he got down safely he discovered that more than a third of all people might feel this urge, ominously known as “the call of the void.” Most of us can wave off these impulses. But what if you couldn’t? What if the call of the void was so intense that you almost acted? Is there a cure? This episode contains a contextual reference to suicidal ideation. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, anxiety, or just needs someone to talk to, reach out to the folks at the Crisis Text Line, a texting service for emotional crisis support. To speak with a trained listener, text HELLO to 741741. It is free, available 24/7, and confidential.Featuring: Jennifer Hames, Stephen Hunt ELECTRIC VEHICLE SURVEYHey folks – we’re working on some stories abou

Paranormal Fears

Paranormal Fears

The Ghost Doctor

Special Guest "The Ghost Doctor" Chris Bores sits down to discuss the new method that he created to classify ghosts based on their behaviors.

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Psychedelics Today

Psychedelics Today

PT328 – Courtney Watson, LMFT – Ancestral Veneration and Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy For (and By) QTBIPOC

In this episode, Joe interviews Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Founder of Access To Doorways, Courtney Watson. Watson talks about ancestral practices, Diasporic religions, & trauma healing for QTBIPOC communities.

DOSED with Abby Martin

Abby Martin, Mike Prysner

Topics & conversations that change the way you see the world.

Mind & Life

Mind & Life Institute

Al Kaszniak - The Universe of Verbs

In this episode, Wendy speaks with psychologist, contemplative researcher, and Zen Buddhist teacher, Al Kaszniak. Al has been in the contemplative science space since the earliest days, and his work has shed light on how meditation impacts our thoughts, emotions, and sense of self. This conversation covers many topics, including:
his parallel interests in Buddhism and neuropsychology;
research on meditation, emotion, and attention;
how our view of self impacts what seems relevant to us;
cognitive effort and emotion regulation;
how his own experience of self has shifted through practice;
attention and early emotion/affective tone;
shifting out of the conceptual mind;
the relationship of attention and emotion;
how decades of practice have changed his daily life;
free will vs. free won't (meditation as inhibition);
increasing access to contemplative ideas and practices;
mind as proce

My Bigfoot Sighting

Vic Cundiff

Patrick's Next Bigfoot Sightings - My Bigfoot Sighting Episode 51

On Episode 49, tonight’s guest, Patrick McWilliams, talked about several of the Sasquatch encounters he’s had at Wellington Lake, in Colorado. 1 of the encounters he shared on Episode 49 was probably the most amazing Sasquatch encounter I’ve heard about. There’s no way Patrick would be able to share all of his experiences in 1 show, though, so he’s come back to share more of them with you. We hope you’ll tune in and listen to him do that.If you’ve had a Bigfoot sighting and would like to be a guest, on the show, please go to and let us know. We’d love to hear from you.If you’d like to help support the show, by buying your own My Bigfoot Sighting t-shirt, sweatshirt, or tank top, please visit the My Bigfoot Sighting Show Store Page, by going to...'s theme song, "Banjo Music," courte

The Pulse


What We Get Wrong about Black Health

In 2018, journalist Linda Villarosa wrote an article in The New York Times Magazine that kicked off a national conversation about health disparities. It showed that Black mothers and their babies in the U.S. were dying at more than double the rate of their white peers, and it pulled back the curtain on how those statistics related to racism.
For Villarosa, it had been a long road linking health disparities to racism. In the beginning of her career, she was a big believer in self-help, thinking that better information and more education could close the health gap. But the more she reported on these issues, the more she came to understand how racism, discrimination, and bias affect health experiences and outcomes for Black Americans.
On this episode, we talk with Villarosa about her new book, “Under the Skin: The Hidden Toll of Racism on American Lives and on the Health of Our Nation.”
We also meet a Black midwife in West Vir

Safety Third

Safety Third

Our Worst Video Ideas - Safety Third #33


Choiceology with Katy Milkman

Charles Schwab

Under Pressure: With Guests Svetlana Savranskaya, Gary Slaughter & Modupe Akinola

If you've ever been faced with an important decision when time was scarce, information was incomplete, or tempers were running high, you'll know that it's difficult to make a good choice. Now imagine a decision that has implications for the entire world, and the people facing that decision are 500 feet below the surface of the ocean in a nuclear-armed diesel submarine that is overheating and running out of power.In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at decisions under pressure and how our thinking process is affected by stress.We begin in the Sargasso Sea, just off the coast of Florida, in October 1962. It's the height of the Cold War, and the Cuban Missile Crisis is bringing the U.S. and the Soviet Union closer to open conflict. John F. Kennedy has ordered a naval "quarantine" around Cuba after the discovery of Soviet missile installations there, and the Sovie

Paranormal Portal

Brent Thomas

S3EP51 - I Knew I Wasn't Alone - Melanie from Midwest

On this episode of the Paranormal Portal Podcast, we welcome Melanie to the show.  Melanie has had an incredible series of paranormal events that seem to have followed her throughout her life.  From seeing an apparition at the location of a historic flood to seeing a nearly transparent entity walk into her room to so many more incredible and shocking experiences. Melanie walks us through several of her experiences and we share some fantastic thoughts about these incredible events. Join us as we discuss all of this and so much more!  Enter the Paranormal Portal...if you dare!  If you like what you hear, please subscribe and if you have a story of your own, and would like to be a guest on the show, please email us at!  Our podcast is released weekly on Sunday! If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review to help others find the Paranormal Portal! Check out our Live Streams on our YouTub

Bigfoot and Beyond with Cliff and Bobo

Bigfoot and Beyond LLC

Ep. 163 - "Valley of the Apes" with Michael Mayes

Cliff Barackman and James "Bobo" Fay speak with North American Wood Ape Conservancy (NAWAC) Chairman and author Michael Mayes! Michael has just published a new book about the NAWAC's efforts called Valley of the Apes: The Search for Sasquatch in Area X, and is here to discuss it! To read more about Michael and purchase his books, click here: https://www.michaelcmayes.comTo order an autographed copy of Valley of the Apes, email Michael via this link: more about the NAWAC here:

The Supermassive Podcast

The Royal Astronomical Society

27: How to build a Galaxy

Izzie and Dr Becky are attempting to tackle the massive subject of building a galaxy. 

Professor Mike Merrifield from The University of Nottingham explains how galaxies form and our very own galaxy expert, Dr Becky, tells us why they come in different shapes and sizes. Plus, Dr Robert Massey has his top tips for stargazing in spring. 

Thank you to Brilliant for sponsoring this episode.  Head to to start free courses in maths, science, and computer science. The first 200 subscribers will get 20% off.

Explore the Galaxy Zoo here:

Space Book Club recommendations...
Back to Earth - Nicole Stott
The End of Astronauts - Donald Goldsmith & Martin Rees
The Disordered Cosmos - Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
"A Year In Space" by The Supermassive Team will be out later this year. More details to

TED Climate


The future of the food ecosystem -- and the power of your plate | Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli

Many people across the world don't have access to healthy food -- while in other places tons of food go to waste. Social entrepreneur Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli thinks we can take bold steps to fix this problem. She lays out what it would take to build a more equitable, sustainable food system that nourishes all people and asks us to widen our perspectives before eating our next meal.

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain

Universe Today

811: Mission to Uranus, More SLS Problems, Ban for Anti-Satellite Tests | Space Bites e2

Planetary Science Decadal Survey recommends a mission to Uranus, SLS is set for another delay, Perseverance sees a Phobos solar eclipse, all Hubble's images in a single picture and other most important space and astronomy news of the week.
00:00 Intro
00:43 Planetary Science Decadal Survey is out
04:11 NASA is Having a Tough Time Testing the SLS
05:46 US goes for a ban of anti-satellite weapons
07:13 Wow! Perseverance Sees a Solar Eclipse on Mars
08:15 Perseveranc

Flash Forward

Rose Eveleth

ROBOTS: Will Robots Ever Defeat Human Athletes?

Today’s episode is part one in our FOUR PART MINI SEASON SERIES AND SHOW FINALE [airhorn noises]. We’re going out with a robotic bang: four episodes about four different ways that robots might impact your life in the future, starting with sports. Also, you'll hear a special announcement about the future of the show.
For more about that go here.

Joe Choong, gold medalist in the Tokyo Olympic games in modern pentathlon.

Dr. Peter Stone, a professor of computer science at the University of Texas at Austin, and president of the International RoboCup Federation.

Jessica Luther and Dr. Brenda Elsey, two of the co-hosts of sports podcast Burn it All Down.

Dr. Rayvon Fouché, a professor of American studies at Purdue University.

Dr. Josh Siegel, an assistant professor of computer science and engineering at Michigan State University.

Diet Doctor Podcast


#97 - Global nutrient adequacies

It may surprise you to learn how many people fail to eat a diet that is nutritionally adequate. Ty Beal, PhD and I discuss what this means and the implications for individuals and societies.

The Power Hungry Podcast

Robert Bryce

The Power Hungry podcast spotlights energy, power, innovation, and politics. Author and journalist Robert Bryce talks with top thinkers, writers, and influencers.

Hack The Box: Podcast

Hack The Box

Welcome to the official podcast of Hack The Box! Sit back and relax all while listening to some of the greatest experts share their stories, tips, and tricks on the hottest cybersecurity topics. Want to listen to the official playlists of HTB? Check them out here: Make sure to follow us on social media and subscribe to our Youtube channel! Youtube: Twitter: Instagram:

Plenary Session

Vinay Prasad, MD MPH

4.40 H Gilbert Welch - Melanoma Screening; Blood Based Cancer testing; Lung CA screening

A discussion about the excesses of testing with Gil Welch

بودكاست علمي جدا

Kerning Cultures Network

حدود بشاعة البشر

ما هي قصة تجربة سجن ستانفورد؟ وما هي حدود بشاعة البشر؟

بودكاست علمي جدا من إنتاج شبكة كيرنينج كلتشرز.

هذه الحلقة من إعداد وتقديم أحمد سمير، تدقيق حقائق دينا صبري، إشراف تحريري هبة عفيفي، تصميم صوتي بول ألوف و يوسف دوازو و تصميم جرافيكي أحمد منصور.

Settle the Stars: The Science of Space Exploration

Edgeworks Nebula

Bonus Episode: Shifting Trajectory

Alexander brings a quick announcement about the podcast and some changes he'll be making in the future.


Boston Children's

Breakthrough is a podcast about the science revolutionizing the future of pediatrics and what that means for children and their families. With rapidly advancing technology and discoveries, the healthcare industry is at the precipice of dramatic change. Boston Children’s is at the forefront of these advancements, changing the trajectory of some of the most prevalent and difficult diseases we face as humans.

60-Second Science

Scientific American

If Sea Ice Melts in the Arctic, Do Trees Burn in California?

A new study links sea ice decline with increasing wildfire weather in the Western United States.

Smoke N' Science


Breaking down the fact vs. fiction of cannabis for everyday users, this podcast is hosted by team smokenol: co-founder and cultivator Andy Westerkamp, Dr. Miyabe Shields, PhD and Dr. Riley Kirk, PhD. While this may sound as dry and crusty as a forgotten two-year-old stash, these scientists are both daily users who want to give consumers practical knowledge. If you’re ready to dive deep into the interaction of humans and nature sit back and start a session of Smoke N’ Science! DISCLAIMER: Everything in this podcast is the opinion of the hosts and those interviewed; this is not medical advice.

Houston We Have a Podcast

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Ultrasounds Anywhere

Dr. Scott Dulchavsky and Dr. Dan Siegal reflect on research aboard the International Space Station that has improved ultrasound training and access worldwide. HWHAP Episode 249.

گوش نیوش های دکتر شیری

Dr. Shiri

گفتارهای دکتر شیری درباره عشق، زندگی، معنا، از دست دادن و دوباره برخاستن


Critical Frequency

Bonus: As Australia Heads to the Polls, a Look at Morrison's "Gas-Fired Recovery," Carbon Capture, and Greenwashing

This weekend Australians will vote in the first national election since catastrophic bushfires burned tens of millions of acres and blanketed the country in smoke for weeks. In the lead-up to that election, a look at some of the current government's climate policies, and a risky new move to store carbon deep in the ocean.

Astronomy Cast

Fraser Cain and Dr. Pamela Gay

Ep. 645: The Future of the ISS

Astronomy Cast Ep. 645: The Future of the ISS by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay The International Space Station has been continuously inhabited for over 20 years now, serving as a peaceful collaboration between space-faring nations. But it's a machine, and it's getting old. In addition, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has made things, complicated. What's the future for the ISS?

UFO Chronicles Podcast

Nik Hunter

Ep.6 Be Quiet And It'll Go Away (Throwback Tuesdays)

For the next few weeks I will be doing a Throwback Tuesdays/Thursdays where I re-release old episodes from the archives. So don't worry if you have heard it already as a 'New episodes' will continue to come out on Sundays. The idea is to get some of the old episodes heard as they have very little downloads from the first season, compared to newer episodes.~~~Our guest this episode is Jordan and he comes to us from North Carolina, he's going to be talking about a strange sighting he and his wife had a few years ago while they were both traveling home late one night. Jordan also has some interesting and creepy paranormal encounters he and his family experienced, that he is also going to be sharing with us tonight.  More information on this episode on the podcast website:https://ufochroniclespodcast.comWant to share your encounter on the show? Email: UFOChronicles@gmail.comPodcast Merchandise:


Randall Carlson

Episode #081: Swept Bare by Giant Broom of FIRE / Peshtigo & Hinckley, BIG BURN

After a brief introduction to the next Randwulf tour into the Middle Cumberland Plateau region – home of deep gulfs, canyons, and cataract waterfalls incised into the heavily forested landscape, RC returns to the descriptive personal accounts of the 1871 firestorm that swept across Peshtigo, Wisconsin. Then jumping forward to the Hinckley, Minnesota wildfires of 1894, and the Big Burn conflagrations in northern Idaho and western Montana in 1910, a pattern of similar reports emerge – leading to speculation about the source of the mysterious concentrations of atmospheric gasses. Kosmographia Ep081 The Randall Carlson Podcast with Brothers of the Serpent – Kyle and Russ, Normal Guy Mike, and GeocosmicREX admin Bradley, from 2/27/22. LINKS:  Announcements about events, tours and more:  (Monthly) New “Tours/Events” page:

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Stitcher & Bill Nye

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

John Kempf

Episode #80: Kelly Mulville

Kelly Mulville, a veteran agricultural consultant, is the Vineyard Director at Paicines Ranch in San Benito County, California. For more than 25 years, Kelly has been obtaining impressive results by merging his experience in viticulture with his understanding of Allan Savory’s holistic grazing management techniques. His approach to extended-season vineyard livestock grazing and other ecological practices continue to capture an audience of vineyard managers around the globe. Kelly and John discuss in this episode: How Kelly developed practices around incorporating sheep into his vineyard management. Flooring a wildlife biologist with the bird population data on Kelly’s vineyard after implementing new practices. The role plant-grazing animals play in reducing insect pressures. Kelly’s cover cropping strategy and how it has led to a diversity of 50 species of plants growing in the vineyard. The specific holistic management techniques inspired by All

The Hotshot Wake Up

The Hotshot Wake Up

A podcast and newsletter by firefighters about wildfire and the world. Crew Supervisor and Ex Hotshot overhead. Call it like it is. Monthly Substack subscriptions go towards supporting this content and helping firefighters in need.

The VPZD Show

Drs. Vinay Prasad & Zubin Damania

Ep. 15: Ivermectin, NYC Toddler Masks, Dumb Policies

In this episode: Ivermectin, the latest Twitter absurdities, vacation without COVID, Will Smith, why medical conferences SUCK, NYC's toddler mask policy, why so many academics leave for pharma, that 4th dose, and more!

Dr. Prasad's "Plenary Session" podcast:
Dr. Damania's "ZDoggMD Show" podcast:

More info for Vinay and Zubin at and

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens

Nate Hagens

Jamie Wheal: “Neuro-anthropology and Culture Architecture”

On this episode, we meet with Executive Director of the Flow Genome Project, Jamie Wheal. Jamie discusses the evolutionary importance of music as a coping mechanism, how the United States’ university system fails to prepare students for the crises of the coming decades, and how to find hope in this time of tumult.  About Jamie Wheal: Jamie Wheal is the Executive Director of Flow Genome Project. His work ranges from Fortune 500 companies, leading business schools, Young Presidents' Organization (YPO), to Red Bull and its stable of world-class athletes. He combines a background in expeditionary leadership, wilderness medicine and surf rescue, with over a decade advising high-growth companies on strategy, execution and leadership. He is a sought-after speaker, presenting to diverse and high-performing communities such as YPO, Summit Series, MaiTai Global, TEDx, and the Advertising Research Foundation.

Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

The Planetary Society

Planetary Radio at the Humans to Mars Summit

Join host Mat Kaplan in Washington D.C. for conversations with outstanding presenters at the first in-person Humans to Mars Summit in three years. You’ll hear from Inspiration 4 astronaut Sian Proctor, chief engineer for NASA’s robotic exploration program “Hoppy” Price, and the designer of  award-winning Martian homes. NASA deputy administrator and former space shuttle commander Pam Melroy delivered a brilliant keynote. Then Bruce Betts tells us about the new STEP Grant opportunity from The Planetary Society.  Hear and discover more at

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How To Do Everything


Beefily Ever After

In our last episode, we learn how to drink tea, build human towers, watch the sunset forever and find the Ian inside all of us.

The Climate Question

BBC World Service

What does war in Ukraine mean for the climate? Part 2: Energy Security

In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, parts of the world are so dependent on Russian gas that they have no option but to continue to buy it. This week’s episode looks long term plans for improving energy security, particularly in Europe where the biggest focus is on increasing renewables. Whilst this sounds like great news for the climate, Europe only accounts for 10% of the worlds’ emissions. For fossil fuel rich countries like the United States, energy security policy will mean pumping more oil and gas out of the ground.

We visit Bonny Island in the Niger Delta where business in Liquified Natural Gas is booming to explore how other resource rich countries stand to gain from the increase in oil and gas prices. And ask, as the world makes plans to stop purchasing Russian oil and gas, what will this mean for Russia’s climate policy?

Presenters Kate Lamble and Jordan Dunbar spe

Chemistry For Your Life

Melissa and Jam

Is crying chemistry? (the fascinating science of tears)

#133Have you ever wondered what tears are? If not, is it because you think you already know? Chances are, you don't actually know what tears are! It's probably more complex than you'd expect. Grab some tissues, let's get into it!Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!References from this episode


Glacier National Park - National Park Service

Whitebark Pine | Chapter Five

Trees, fish, and ferrets—what is our relationship with nature?
The Glacier Conservancy: Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation: Revive and Restore: Pictures of whitebark pine: Ben Cosgrove Music:
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I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

Garret and Sabrina

Jurassic World Dominion vs Prehistoric Planet

For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Moros, and our fun fact check out us at for dinosaur requests, bonus content, ad-free episodes, and more.We explore how well the dinosaurs in both Jurassic World Dominion and Prehistoric Planet match our current scientific understanding.Dinosaur of the day Moros, a small tyrannosauroid from Utah which was briefly featured in Jurassic World: Dominion.This episode is brought to you in part by Varsity Tutors. Varsity Tutors offers one-week-long, small group camps on fun, educational topics. Kids get all the benefits of summer camp from the convenience of home. Go to and use promo code IKNOWDINO at checkout to save $50 on any summer camp.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss

Lawrence M. Krauss

(Audio) John Mather: From the Big Bang to Searching for Life

John Mather is an astrophysicist at NASA who has been involved in important space missions to probe our fundamental understanding of the Universe for over four decades. He helped lead the design and deployment of the Cosmic Background Explorer Satellite (COBE), which launched in 1989 to probe the cosmic microwave background radiation from the Big Bang with a precision that could not be obtained from terrestrial experiments because of absorption of radiation by the atmosphere. The experiments on COBE, and its successor missions WMAP and PLANCK, literally have turned cosmology from an art to a science, allowing the precise measurement of cosmological observables that previously were either not measured at all or only measured to within a factor of two. This has led to a golden age of cosmology, where theories of the early universe can now be compared directly to observation. John directed the building of the Far


Brian Dunning

Science Friction now available on streaming

Skeptoid Media's first full-length feature documentary movie, Science Friction, is now available to stream on Prime Video.

The Mushroom Hour Podcast

Mushroom Hour

Ep. 126: The Art in Mushroom Cultivation & Embracing the Unknowable (feat. Sam Shoemaker)

Today on Mushroom Hour we are excited to interview mushroom cultivation artist Sam Shoemaker. Sam is an interdisciplinary artist and mycologist based in Los Angeles, California. Sam's recent artistic work stems from an ongoing collaboration with rare, native, and medicinal fungi. After receiving his MFA from Yale University in 2020, Sam founded the urban mushroom farm Myco Myco from his underground laboratory in Los Angeles. His obsession with mushrooms led Sam to some unconventional cultivation projects. These projects produced interesting results which led him to ask questions about how mushrooms can be used and when nobody seemed to be able to answer his questions he just kept going - doing more experiments, taking the science as far as he could, and trying things for himself. Approaching mycology through the lens of an artist, Sam explores the tremendous amount of creative

The Premed Years

Ryan Gray

487: Saving $100k in Tuition By Understanding the Power of Trends

Medical School is EXPENSIVE. Let's talk about a student kept from paying a ton in tuition.

NASW Social Work Talks

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

EP85: How To Reach Special Populations with Motivational Interviewing | Connect to End COVID-19

In this episode, we talk about how social workers can talk to harder-to-reach special populations about vaccines and use motivational interviewing to inform people about vaccines.  Our guests are NASW Mississippi Chapter Executive Director and Special Populations Coordinator Gwen Bouie Haynes and Mary Velasquez, professor and director of the Health Behavior Research and Training Institute at the University of Texas at Austin.  NASW and the NASW Foundation are partnering with the Health Behavior Research and Training Institute at The University of Texas at Austin Steve Hicks School of Social Work on Connect to End COVID-19, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded initiative to support social workers and their clients in informed vaccine decision-making.  

Ask a Spaceman!

Paul M. Sutter

AaS! 176: Why is Gravity So Weak?

How did gravity get so ridiculously weak? Could it be related to extra dimensions? What does string theory and the concept of the “bulk” have to do with it? I discuss these questions and more in today’s Ask a Spaceman! Support the show: All episodes: Follow on Twitter: Like on Facebook: Watch on YouTube: Read a book: http://www.pmsutter/book Keep those questions about space, science, astronomy, astrophysics, physics, and cosmology coming to #AskASpaceman for COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OF TIME AND SPACE! Big thanks to my top Patreon supporters this month: Justin G, Chris L, Barbara K, Duncan M, Corey D, Justin Z, Nate H, Andrew F, Naila, Aaron S, Scott M, Rob H, Justin, Louis M, Paul G, John W, Alexis, Erin J, Jennifer M, Gilbert M, Joshua, Bob H, Lawrence W, David B, Frank T, T

Why This Universe?

Dan Hooper, Shalma Wegsman

48 - A Wrong Picture Of Cosmology

When cosmology was still an infant science, a daring physicist wrote a theory of the beginning of time.  We revisit this theory and see what value we can still glean from it today.

Need To Know with Coulthart and Zabel

Bryce Zabel

EP 111 - UFOs and Rock Stars

Ross and Bryce share two of the best-known stories involving musicians who say they've encountered UFOs. Ross tells the tale of Blink 182's Tom DeLonge. He's made some controversial claims over the past few years, including conversations with top government officials. He also co-founded To the Stars, which bills itself as an academy of arts and sciences. But Bryce goes back more than four decades to the east side of Manhattan, where one night in late August John Lennon says he saw a UFO hovering near his penthouse apartment. Also: praise for journalist Tim McMillan's recent scoop, and they note the death of John Lear.
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Collective Insights

Neurohacker Collective

Gut-Brain Connection - Dr. Emmanuel Hanon - Cognition

We have a Collective Insights first for you! Today Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome, debuts as our guest host, along with fellow colleague Dr. Hanon, taking us on a thrilling discussion of how gut microbiome research is leading the future of disease prevention and longevity.

Podcast UFO

Martin Willis

507. Ralph Blumenthal & Sean Cahill, House Panel Hearing on UFOs & More

GUEST ONE: Ralph Blumenthal on the House Intelligence subcommittee which held the first congressional hearing in more than 50 years on unexplained aerial phenomena which occurred on this day, GUEST TWO: Sean Cahill, continuing on the topic and much more, Sean is a Retired U.S. Navy Chief Master-at-Arms that was aboard the USS Princeton during the 2004 Tic-Tac UFO encounters, which he goes into details about, plus some past UFO encounters.Show Notes

This Week in Space (Audio)


This Week in Space podcast covers the new space age. Every Friday we take a deep dive into a fascinating topic. What’s happening with the new race to the moon and other planets? When will SpaceX or NASA really send people to Mars? Join Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik from on This Week in Space. Subscribe today on your favorite podcatcher. New episodes posted every Friday.

The Curious Cases of Rutherford & Fry

BBC Radio 4

The Colour Conundrum

The world is full of colour! But, wonders listener Maya Crocombe, ‘how do we see colour and why are some people colour blind?’

Dr Rutherford and Professor Fry set out to understand how special light-sensitive cells in our eyes start the process of colour perception, why people sometimes have very different experiences of colour and whether, in the end, colour is really just ‘in our heads’.

Dr Gabriele Jordan from Newcastle University explains why lots of men struggle to discriminate between certain colours and why there were lots of complaints from colour-blind viewers when Wales played Ireland at rugby.

Professor Anya Hurlbert, also from Newcastle University, tackles the most divisive of internet images: The Dress! Did you see it as blue-black or yellow-gold? Anya explains why people see it so differently, and why our ability to compensate for available light is so useful.

Finally, Dr Mazviita Chirimuuta, a

The 365 Days of Astronomy

Travelers in the Night Eps. 607 & 608: Good Night & Triple Comet

Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006. Today's 2 topics: - Teddy Pruyne was granted a good night during which he posted observations of 7 unknown moving points of light. One of them has been named 2020 PB1. - Worachate Boonplod discovered three comets SOHO-4049, SOHO-4050, and SOHO-4052.    We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs

The John Howard Show

John Howard, MA

63 Improve Communication with Your Partner

Today's episode is all about how to improve communication with your significant other. One of the unfortunate effects of this pandemic is that too many people who were already feeling disconnected are now feeling even more isolated and disconnected than they did before. In this episode, I share an outline to help you clean up your communication with your significant other and talk about practical ways to make use of the skills that promote love and connection. I also discuss ways that you can make sure the communication in your relationship is healthy, functional, and productive -- and if it's not, you will know what to do to improve it after you listen to this episode. Listen in to find out what shapes communication, how to break bad communication habits, and ways to respond sensitively to your partner. "We need to understand the skills that promote love and connection." - John Howard, MA. If you'd like to check out our a

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Matt Cicoria

How to Teach Social Skills with Role Playing Games: Session 190 with Rob Harvey

Have you ever felt the thrill of rolling a 20-sided die? If you're in the general demographic of a Behavioral Observations listener, I'd guess probably not. However, it may not surprise you to learn that being the cosmically uncoordinated and socially challenged kid of the 80s, I certainly have.  Which is why I jumped at the chance to speak with Session 190 guest, Rob Harvey, about how he uses role-playing games, like Dungeons and Dragons (D&D for short), to teach social skills to his clients.  If you're not familiar with D&D, don't worry. We go over what that is in this podcast. Rob also goes on to explain that by playing these games, clients get to practice skills like speech prosody, turn taking, teamwork, conflict resolution, perspective taking, and so much more. So even if you are not interested in role-playing games in principle, you might want to check this show out nonetheless because of

Physician Assistant Exam Review

Brian Wallace PA-C

Dominate Medicine 005 Rotations and the 2% rule

The number one question I’ve gotten over the past two weeks and a lesson on statistics from my PA school genetics professor that you might enjoy.
The post Dominate Medicine 005 Rotations and the 2% rule appeared first on Physician Assistant Exam Review.


Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

Dmitri Tymoczko on The Shape of Music: Mathematical Order in Western Tonality

Math and music share their mystery and magic. Three notes, played together, make a chord whose properties could not be predicted from those of the separate notes. In the West, music theory and mathematics have common origins and a rich history of shaping and informing one another’s field of inquiry. And, curiously, Western composition has evolved over several hundred years in much the same way economies and agents in long-running simulations have: becoming measurably more complex; encoding more and more environmental structure. (But then, sometimes collapses happen, and everything gets simpler.) Music theorists, like the alchemists that came before them, are engaged in a centuries-long project of deciphering the invisible geometry of these relationships. What is the hidden grammar that connects The Beatles to Johann Sebastian Bach — and how similar is it to the hidden order disclosed by complex sys

Deer University

MSU Deer Lab

Episode 058 - Wait, so cull bucks do exist?

A topic of much debate and argument is cull bucks. Do cull bucks exist?  Are they different from management bucks?  All good questions.  In this episode we review this terminology and discuss scenarios where harvesting cull bucks, or management bucks, makes a lot of sense. At the beginning of the episode we revealed a new Deer Management Online Seminar Series.  Below is the link to this program, and if you have questions, please reach out to Bill Hamrick at On this page, you will find 8 courses related to Deer Biology and Management. Buck Selective Harvest Strategies Deer Management Concepts: Management Approaches and Population Dynamics Food Plot Principles Cool-Season Food Plots Pine Management Affects Deer Habitat Quality Regional Variation in Body and Antler Size: Is

Know What You See with Brian Lowery

Brian S. Lowery

Who Do You Think You're Talking To?

Our voices are powerful tools. We can speak loudly or softly, with urgency or calm. We can make requests or issue commands. Whenever and however we speak, we reveal the way we see the world. But, it’s not just the words we use that people interpret, it’s the way we sound. 

Our accents, our cadence tells people something about where we’re from in terms of location and group memberships. But how we speak and the way we are heard says a lot about race and power. This time on Know What You See, Brian’s two guests have thought a lot about how language and accents affect society as well as their own personal lives: Kelly E. Wright, a sociolinguist specializing in linguistic discrimination and its institutional outcomes, plus comedian Bernice Ye, a comedian, writer, and dancer originally from China who tells of her experiences as an immigrant in her standup.

For more about Brian and his work, visit knowwhatyou

Science In Action

BBC World Service

Death in the rainforest

Tree mortality in tropical moist forests in Australia has been increasing since the mid 1980s. The death rate of trees appears to have doubled over that time period. According to an international team of researchers, the primary cause is drier air in these forests, the consequence of human-induced climate change. According to ecologist David Bauman, a similar process is likely underway in tropical forests on other continents.

Also in the programme: the outbreaks of monkeypox in Europe and North America… Could SARS-CoV-2 infection lingering in the gut be a cause of Long Covid? News of a vaccine against Epstein Barr virus, the cause of mononucleosis, various cancers and multiple sclerosis.

Credit: Getty Images

Presenter: Roland Pease
Producer: Andrew Luck-Baker

The MCAT Podcast

Ryan Gray

269: Blueprint Diagnostic CARS Passage 1

Today we break down the first passage in the CARS section of the Blueprint diagnostic. Let's dig in!

Pimped: Ob/Gyn

Jennifer Doorey, MD, MS

Cancer Screening and Vaccinations (HCM)

Cancer Screening Cervical: Age 21-65 Cytology q3yrs, co-test q5 if normal. ASCCP guidelines (there is an app! Or PDF: ) Breast: ACOG: 40-75 annual mammogram Colon: Colonoscopy, FOBT, FIT. Begin at age 50. If first degree relative with colon cancer begin screening at age 40 or 10yrs prior to youngest diagnosis, whichever is younger. […]

The TBRI Podcast

Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development

Meeting the Needs of Adoptive Siblings

Today on the podcast, Dr. Jana Hunsley shares her research regarding adoptive siblings and gives insight into how to use TBRI with every member of the adoptive family. 
For complete show notes, visit:

The Black Vault Radio - Hosted by John Greenewald, Jr.

John Greenewald, Jr.

Ep. #103 – The UAP Hearing: Highlights & Commentary

On May 17, 2022, Congress held its first hearing on UFOs in more than 50 years. This video contains some of the highlights – at least – the highlights in the eyes of The Black Vault. Join me as we watch together some of the best moments, and get some extra information and commentary along the way.

Bigfoot Terror in the Woods Sightings and Encounters

W.J. Sheehan

Bigfoot TIW 154: Husband and Wife Bigfoot Encounter at Their Home in Eastern Minnesota

In today's episode KJ reviews a compelling UFO video from 1995 that was filmed in Salida Colorado. Bill covers a great Bigfoot account from a husband and wife in Eastern Minnesota. And some great listener mail. Please join us!

Thank you for listening!

Produced by: "Bigfoot Terror in the Woods L.L.C."

The Common Descent Podcast

Common Descent

Conserving Crocs with Dr. Marisa Tellez

Happy Croc Month!
In this special episode, we talk croc conservation and geek out about crocs with special guest Dr. Marisa Tellez of the Crocodilian Research Coalition. We learn about what it’s like to study crocs in the wild, we discuss the importance of public education, and we hear some of Marisa’s amazing croc tales!
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SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

Evidence That Earth’s Inner Core Oscillates

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 67*Evidence that Earth’s inner core oscillatesScientists have discovered that the Earth’s inner core oscillates, contradicting previously accepted models that suggested it consistently rotates at a faster rate than the planet’s surface.*A new look at planet Earth’s plate tectonicsScientists have developed new models providing a more detailed view of planet Earth’s extensive system of plate tectonics and how the continents are assembled.*NASA to study UFOsNASA is to undertake its own independent study of unidentified aerial phenomena better known to us as UFOs.Meanwhile, the internet is abuzz with claims by China that its FAST radio telescope may have picked up signals from an alien civilization -- But others are saying not so fast.*The Science ReportNeurodevelopmental issues found in some kids born to COVID mothers.A new study has linked vitamin D

Stanford Psychology Podcast

Stanford Psychology

42 - Anuj Shah: Knowledge of Strangers and Community Policing

Joseph speaks with Prof. Anuj Shah about a lab experiment on social perceptions, in particular how when we learn a few details about a stranger, we seem to feel like they know and understand us too. They also talk about a field experiment in the New York City housing developments which affected social perceptions and was linked to lower rates of crime after people were provided with some details about neighborhood police officers. Anuj is an associate professor of Behavioral Science at the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. His research uses psychology and behavioral science to examine social issues such as poverty, youth violence, and crime.Shah, A. K., & LaForest, M. (2022). Knowledge about others reduces one’s own sense of anonymity. Nature, 603(7900), 297-301.Anuj’s personal website: are currently conducting a survey to get to know our listeners better an

American Birding Podcast

American Birding Association

06-23: Black Birders - Embracing the Beauty Within

As part of its celebration of the third Black Birders Week, please enjoy highlights from the ABA’s two-part panel “Black Birders: Embracing the Beauty Within.” The panel session co-hosts are Sheridan Alford and Chelsea Connor. They are joined in the first session by Alex Troutman, Sharon Scott, and Scott Edwards, and in the second session by Alex Troutman and Danielle Belleny. Panelists explores such topics as childhood experiences with birds, how to pass on generational knowledge of birds, and whether things have changed since the first Black Birders Week. For the panels in their entirety as well as links and bios for all of the participants, please visit the ABA website. Thanks to the panelists and to Black AF in STEM for putting on yet another great edition of Black Birders Week.  Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts, and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We app

Bring Birds Back


The Bird Journey Continues!

Tenijah got hooked on birding at the start of the pandemic, and during the last season of Bring Birds Back she learned a lot about our feathered friends. This season, she’s ready to learn and share more simple ways to help birds — while discovering new birding skills from experts. After going birding with her mom and not seeing much, Tenijah wants to know how to better find and identify birds around her. Conor Gearin, managing producer of BirdNote Daily, joins Tenijah to teach her how to identify who you’re seeing outside and why they’re there.

Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine


Cardiovascular Disease and Exercise - Frankly Speaking Ep 271

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Overview: Given the prevalence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the United States, it is key for primary care providers to counsel patients on the importance of exercise for CVD prevention. This brief podcast explores data that will help clinicians understand the need to prescribe exercise and rehabilitation in the primary care setting. You’ll walk away with clear guidance to offer patients and ultimately improve outcomes in CVD as well as multiple chronic diseases.
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Naci, H., & Ioannidis, J. P. (2015). Comparative effectiveness of exercise and drug interventions on mortality outcomes: metaepidemiological study. British journal of sports medicine, 49(21), 1414–1422.

MCAT Basics (from MedSchoolCoach)


MCAT Go Sample Clip #5 - The Skinner Box

This is a sample clip from the upcoming MedSchoolCoach MCAT Go audio course. To learn more, please visit Thanks for listening! For comments and concerns, please email us at

Science Weekly

The Guardian

Rewilding with wolves: can they help rebuild ecosystems?

After wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone national park in 1995, researchers noticed some big ecological changes, leading to the regeneration of the landscape. It’s an argument used to justify the return of apex predators – but it’s increasingly being challenged. Phoebe Weston talks to Ian Sample about whether wolves really have the power to shape ecosystems, and what that means for the debate about bringing them back to the UK. Help support our independent journalism at

The Joy of x

Steven Strogatz and Quanta Magazine

Eve Marder on the Crucial Resilience of Neurons

Eve Marder’s research into the plasticity and resilience of nervous systems finds universal principles guiding life’s responses to stress. The post Eve Marder on the Crucial Resilience of Neurons first appeared on Quanta Magazine

Navigating Neuropsychology

John Bellone & Ryan Van Patten - NavNeuro

93| Neuropsych Bite: Clinical Case 8 – With Dr. Kira Armstrong

In Clinical Case 8, Dr. Kira Armstrong presents a neuropsychological evaluation of an 11-year-old girl with difficulties in attention and reading. Show notes are available at _________________ If you’d like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Get APA-approved CE credit for listening to select episodes:  2) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 3) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: 4) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro)   Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services.

Terrible Lizards

Iszi Lawrence and David Hone

TLS06E08 Dancing Dinosaurs and Bat Noses

The Questions episode! Untapped fossils, bad evolution, therapod bites, spaniel ears, courtship dances and MORE! Big thanks to everyone who sent in their questions. Martin, Glen, Mathew, Sam, Kim (, Gutza, Robbie, John, Marlon aaaand John. We will be back in the summer - please do support us on Patreon, where we will be adding some extra content. Also BUY DAVE'S BOOK - The Future of Dinosaurs or in the USA: How fast does a T-rex run? Aaaand it is available as an AUDIOBOOK on audible, so no excuse ;). And of course you should also check out Iszi's books which have extant dinosaurs in them... well, a chicken called Susan. Do please keep in touch - we love to hear from everyone - @iszi_lawrence and @dave_hone on twitter.   

Farm Small Farm Smart

The Modern Grower Podcast Network

Sattin Hill Market Farming Course Module 16: Weed Management (FSFS254)

This episode of Farm Small Farm Smart features Module 16 in the Sattin Hill Market Farming Course, where Josh Sattin talks about general principles and mindsets regarding weed management. Watch the Sattin Hill Farm Course:

Infectious Diseases Society of America


COVID-19 Outpatient Therapeutics (June 18, 2022)

COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network medical editors Varun Phadke, MD and Ethel Weld, MD discuss case studies on COVID-19 outpatient therapeutics.

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls

23AndMe and OCPs

The old adage, “Too much of anything is a bad thing”, is traditionally credited to Mark Twain. Was he right? Does the same apply to medical information?What about finding incidental genetic carrier states from online companies like “23AndMe”? In a patient with no personal or family history of any medical complication or malignancy, is this information helpful or more psychologically harmful? In this episode we will review a recent real-world case of how gynecological care was impacted by a patient’s curiosity regarding her genetic makeup.

Breaking Math Podcast

Breaking Math

72: The Lifestyles of the Mathematical and Famous (an Interview with Author Robert Black)

Robert Black is an author who has written a six-book series about seven influential mathematicians, their lives, and their work. We interview him and his books, and take a peek into the lives of these influential mathematicians.Addendum: Hey Breaking Math fans, I just wanted to let y'all know that the second material science podcast is delayed.[Featuring: Sofía Baca; Robert Black]


BBC World Service

Does photographic memory exist?

Most people are great at remembering key points from important events in their lives, while the finer details - such as the colour of the table cloth in your favourite restaurant or the song playing on the radio while you brushed your teeth - are forgotten. But some people seem to have the power to remember events, documents or landscapes with almost perfect recall, which is widely referred to as having a photographic memory.

Crowdscience listeners Tracy and Michael want to know if photographic memory actually exists and if not, what are the memory processes that allow people to remember certain details so much better than others?

Putting her own memory skills to the test along the way, presenter Marnie Chesterton sets out to investigate just what’s happening inside our brains when we use our memories, the importance of being able to forget and why some people have better memories than others.

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Intelligent Design the Future

Discovery Institute

Hank Hanegraaff Interviews Animal Algorithms Author Eric Cassell, Pt. 1

On this ID the Future radio host Hank Hanegraaff interviews Animal Algorithms author Eric Cassell about insects and other small-brained animals with innate behaviors of astonishing sophistication—desert ants, leafcutter ants, honey bees, spiders, monarch butterflies, and many more. These appear to be hard-wired from birth with complex algorithms coded into their neural networks, and some of the algorithms seem to involve complex mathematics. Also mysterious: many of these innate abilities are do or die. So how could they have blindly evolved one small Darwinian step at a time? Also, how would genetic mutations generate the ability to make navigational calculations (as in the case of some birds) that for humans require spherical geometry? Listen in to learn more about this Read More ›

Here We Are

Shane Mauss

Solo Travel w/ Peter McGraw

Today I'm talking with my very close friend, Peter McGraw. We talk about the pros and cons of being single vs being in a relationship, traveling as a single person, living with another person, and the strange, negative view society has on singlehood.
Get tickets to the Mind Under Matter Campout Festival here:
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Thank you for watching and being an inquisitive being.

Origin Stories

The Leakey Foundation

First Steps at Laetoli

In this episode, we explore five strange fossilized footprints found by Mary Leakey at the site of Laetoli in Tanzania. Decades after their original discovery, these footprints have revealed a new story about our ancient ancestors that expands our understanding of how hominins moved and interacted.  ThanksThanks to Dr. Ellison McNutt and Dr. Charles Musiba for sharing their work.  Thanks as well to Jim Carty and Pat Randall for generously sponsoring this episode. Jim is a long-time Leakey Foundation supporter who actually volunteered to work at Laeotli in the 1980s to help figure out a way to preserve the Laetoli footprints.   Learn more Footprint evidence of early hominin locomotor diversity at Laetoli, Tanzania   Charming video of Dr. McNutt coaxing a baby bear to walk upright   Dr. Charles Musiba's website Dr. Ellison McNutt's website The Kilham Bear Center   Conservation of the Laetoli Footprints - a talk by Dr. Charles Musiba   The Ngorongoro C

From The Shadows

Shane Grove, The Barrister, Jason Lewis, Jerry Muniz, Ozark Howler

Sasquatch in Colorado with Zeus Platt of Project Sasquatch

Zeus Platt of Project Sasquatch joins us to discuss a lifetime of Sasquatch experiences he's had in Colorado. From The Shadows Podcast is a program where we seriously discuss the supernatural, the paranormal, cryptozoology as well as ufology. Anything that cannot be rationally explained has a platform for discussion here on the From The Shadows Podcast.Don’t forget to subscribe! #bigfoot #colorado #nativeamerican #dogman #orbs #ghosts #zeusplatt #projectsasquatchAdvertising Inquiries: & Opt-Out:

Two Bees in a Podcast

UF/IFAS Honey Bee Lab

Two Bees in a Podcast is hosted by members of University of Florida's Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory. Learn about honey bees, beekeepers, researchers, and specialists from around the world in educational, fun, yet practical episodes!

Mini Ice Age Conversations | ADAPT 2030

David DuByne | ADAPT 2030

(MIAC #362) Overlap of Crisis Periods How Will Theses Effect You Starting Now

As the world slips further into instability becoming a former shell of itself, the world we grew up with, the economy, food production and transportation are leading to Tipping Points in real time.    Thank You for Visiting my Sponsors: ADAPT 2030 (PATREON) My Patriot Supply Emergency Food Kit Hemplucid True Leaf Market Heirloom and Organic Seeds ADAPT 2030 AMAZON SHOP

The Story Collider

Story Collider, Inc.

Prom Night: Stories from Proton Prom

In this week’s episode we’re sharing some of the stories from our second annual fundraiser Proton Prom.
Part 1: Comedian Josh Gondelman is terrified when he gets a call that his father doesn’t remember there’s an ongoing pandemic.
Part 2: Growing up Ken Ono dreams of being anything but a mathematician.
Part 3: As a teenager, Eric Jankowski is inspired when he meets his science heroes.
Josh Gondelman is a writer and comedian who incubated in Boston before moving to New York City, where he currently lives and works as the head writer and an executive producer for Desus & Mero on Showtime. Previously, he spent five years at Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, first as a web producer and then as a staff writer where he earned four Emmy Awards, two Peabody Awards, and three WGA Awards. In 2016, Josh made his late night standup debut on Conan (TBS), and he has also performed on Late Night With Seth Meyers (NBC) and The Late

Space Nuts

Mars Uranus & Neptune

Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff.Space Nuts Episode 307 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley •On Mars…Ingenuity continues to break records. So what’s it’s lifespan now?•Still on Mars…they’ve now worked out why the red planet is perpetually dusty. Fred has the details.•Data from Hubble explains why Uranus and Neptune are different colours. Details from Fred. For more visit: •Listener questions – We have listener questions about neutron stars, plus escaping the Milky way…just how tough would it be. Turns out Fred has done some work on just this problem and has an answer.Sponsor Links:NordVPN – the fast and best way of securing your data. Get our special price, plus one month free and a bonus gift by visiting and using the code SPACENUTS.The Space Nuts Premium edition is now available on Spotify for our Supercast subscribers (sorry, Patreon isn’t there yet…fingers crossed). To access the premiu

How to Save the Planet

Friends of the Earth

How 17,000 people took Shell to court - and won

This summer, in a ground-breaking ruling, a Dutch court ordered Shell to reduce its emissions. This is the first time a company has been made to take action to prevent climate breakdown.  The case was brought by Friends of the Earth Netherlands, alongside 17,000 co-plaintiffs and other organisations.In this episode Fran and Finn speak to Nine de Pater, from Friends of the Earth Netherlands, to hear more about the case and how these changes can have a wide impact on our planet. This is the last episode in the current season, How to Save the Planet podcast will be taking a break until the new year. Thanks for listening! Support the show (

Seven: Disturbing Chronicle Stories of Scary, Paranormal & Horror Tales

Seven: A Disturbing Stories Chronicle of Scary, Paranormal & Horror Tales

Human Guinea Pigs (Remix Edition)

Did you know that horrendous experiments were carried out on the American public without knowledge or consent?
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Clinician's Brief: The Podcast

Clinician's Brief

Listen as host Alyssa Watson, DVM, talks with the authors of your favorite Clinician’s Brief articles. We’ll dig deeper and explore the conversations behind the content.

The Thoughtful Counselor

The Thoughful Counselor Team

EP228: The Black Male Experience: Mentorship and Mental Health

In this episode Dr. Jones and Dr. Townsend discuss the positive effects that mentorship has on Black men. They talk about the lived experiences of Black men and the protective factors needed to support Black men in their career/family life.   For more on Christopher, links from the conversation, and APA citation for this episode visit The Thoughtful Counselor is created in partnership with Palo Alto University’s Division of Continuing & Professional Studies. Learn more at

Big Picture Science

SETI Institute

Fantastic-er Voyage

Thinking small can sometimes achieve big things. A new generation of diminutive robots can enter our bodies and deal with medical problems such as intestinal blockages. But do we really want them swimming inside us, even if they’re promising to help? You might change your mind when you hear what else is cruising through our bloodstream: microplastics! 
We take a trip into the human body, beginning with the story of those who first dared to open it up for medical purposes. But were the first surgeons really cavemen?

Ira Rutkow – Surgeon and writer, and author of “Empire of the Scalpel: The History of Surgery”

Dick Vethaak – Emeritus professor of ecotoxicology, water quality and health at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Free University, Amsterdam) in The Netherlands

Li Zhang – Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Weather with Cliff Mass

Cliff Mass

The Origin of Turbulence While Flying

Why do planes sometimes bounce around in the air?  What are the causes of the turbulence you experience while flying?  In this podcast, I will explain the several causes of these sometimes unpleasant motions.

Sasquatch Tracks

Micah Hanks, Dakota Waddell and Jeff Smith

David Weatherly: Wood Knocks and the Global Sasquatch Tradition | ST 032

On this episode of Sasquatch Tracks, we are joined by researcher David Weatherly, publisher of the Wood Knocks: Journal of Sasquatch Research series of anthologies. In addition to a longtime researcher who has studied the Sasquatch subject, Weatherly is the man behind Eerie Lights Publishing, which covers a wide range of topics within the field of the paranormal, supernatural, metaphysical and ancient mysteries. David's company is "committed to producing the highest quality products and utilizes a talented group of freelance artists and designers to carefully craft each title," and publishes books by "some of the premier people in the field."  As he joins us on Sasquatch Tracks, David Weatherly shares his own experience with a possible Sasquatch sighting he had in North Carolina's Great Dismal Swamp, and how one of his fellow observers reacted to the incident. This, along with his pe

Science Vs

ABC Radio

Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson

Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson is the director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History. But, most know him as the host of the documentary series Cosmos and podcast StarTalk. Neil gained infamy as the killer of Pluto.

The Numberphile Podcast

Brady Haran

Interviews with people who love numbers and mathematics. Hosted by Brady Haran, maker of the Numberphile series on YouTube.

Codependency No More Podcast

Brian Pisor

CNM 056: Handling Marriage Communication Breakdowns - with Drs. John Van Epp & Morgan Cutlip

Drs. Jon Van Epp and Morgan Cutlip discuss how to use their Relationship Attachment Model to maintain healthy communication in marriage.

WCS Wild Audio

Wildlife Conservation Society

Protecting coral reefs amidst a global bleaching crisis

Emily Darling directs WCS's global coral reef conservation program. Working with WCS programs in roughly a dozen countries, she thinks a lot about how to save these sensitive ecosystems—most importantly from climate change. Wild Audio’s Nat Moss checked in with her to learn more about the recent bleaching event on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, and what it suggests about the larger goal of reef conservation.

Thinking Allowed

BBC Radio 4

Covid and change

Covid: Laurie Taylor explores the impact of the pandemic on our working and home lives. Will Davies, Professor in Political Economy at Goldsmiths, University of London, suggests it has revealed the politics of our economy, offering prosperity to some and hardships to others. He’s joined by Heejung Chung, Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Kent, whose research explores the impact of Covid on flexible working . Has it led to a more equal division of labour for heterosexual couples or entrenched existing inequalities?

Producer: Jayne Egerton

Just the Zoo of Us

Ellen & Christian Weatherford

144: A Grand Scale Adventure

Join the Weatherfords for a fantasy roleplaying adventure as Christian plays a Dungeons & Dragons homebrew one-shot written by Ellen! In this week's episode, Monax Tufdert  takes on a clandestine mission of the reptilian persuasion from a local government official. Along the way, he seeks to befriend a dog, rescue wildlife in peril, and restore ecological balance to the wetlands.All sounds used in this episode came from & attribution can be found here.Follow Just the Zoo of Us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

The Orthobullets Podcast


Knee & Sports | Plicae

In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Plicae from the Knee & Sports section.
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Vincent Racaniello

Immune 55: Cells that suck at their job

Immune reveals a CD8+ regulatory subset of T cell subset that suppress pathogenic T cells and are active in autoimmune diseases and infectious diseases including COVID-19. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Cynthia Leifer, Steph Langel, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts. RSS, email Become a patron of Immune! Links for this episode KIR+CD8+ regulatory T cells (Science) Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks! Music by Steve Neal. Immune logo image by Blausen Medical Send your immunology questions and comments to

The Social Work Podcast

Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW

Feedback Informed Treatment: Interview with Scott D. Miller, Ph.D.

Episode 131: In today's episode, I speak with Scott Miller, Ph.D. about how we can use feedback to improve client outcomes. Scott is one of the developers of Feedback Informed Treatment, or FIT - an "empirically supported, pantheoretical approach for evaluating and improving the quality and effectiveness of behavioral health services. It involves routinely and formally soliciting feedback from clients regarding the therapeutic alliance," client outcomes, and using that information to improve services.

You can read a transcript of today's interview at You can connect with other social workers at the Social Work Podcast Facebook page at, or follow the Twitter feed at

The Scientist’s LabTalk


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Unsung Science

CBS News Radio

How Impossible Meats Might Save the Earth

People talk about greenhouse-gas emissions from cars, planes, and factories, but one source out-pollutes them all: Cows. Raising meat animals like cows generates more methane than the entire fossil-fuel industry. So Pat Brown left his job as a Stanford biochemistry professor to dedicate his life to fixing the problem. He vowed to create perfect meat replicas using only plant ingredients. His Impossible Burger is already a megahit—but can he be serious about replacing all beef, pork, chicken, and fish by 2035? Guest: Pat Brown, CEO and founder, Impossible FoodsSee Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The After On Podcast

Rob Reid

We dive deep into the science, tech, and social issues explored in the novel "After On." It's NOT necessary to be an "After On" reader to listen, learn & enjoy this podcast!

The Naked Scientists Podcast

The Naked Scientists

Storing Energy: Watt does the Future Hold?

This week, should your house have a battery, the abandoned gold mine that's now pumping out power, and will your fridge talk to the grid in future to better manage your energy consumption? Continuing our theme of alternative energy, we turn to the questions of energy distribution and storage. Plus, why tyres may be worse for your health than exhaust emissions, will the 4-day working week work, samples from an early asteroid, and where chickens came from... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

The Couples Therapist Couch

Shane Birkel

Terry Real on Relational Life Therapy

When Terry Real started working with couples in the 90s he found that the conventional wisdom just did not work. Eventually he created his own model for working with couples called Relational Life Terapy.  He has also published several books including his most recent called US: Getting Past You and Me to Build a More Loving Relationship.  Find out more at If you want to buy the book and get the Staying in Love workshop free here is the link Live workshop starting June 14 The Couples Therapist Couch is the podcast for Couples Therapists about the practice of couples therapy. The host, Shane Birkel, interviews an expert in the field of couples therapy each week. Please subscribe to the podcast for more great episodes. Find out more about the Couples Therapist Inner Circle This episode is sponsored by Clearly Clinical Continuing Ed.  Clearly Clinical is

This Week in Cardiology


May 13, 2022 This Week in Cardiology Podcast

Obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and mavacamten, SGLT2 inhibitors, the triple whammy, espresso, and clinician burnout are the topics John Mandrola, MD, covers in today’s podcast. This podcast is intended for healthcare professionals only. To read a partial transcript or to comment, visit: I – Mavacamten - FDA Clears Mavacamten (Camzyos) for Obstructive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy - Mavacamten for treatment of symptomatic obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (EXPLORER-HCM): a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, phase 3 trial - FDA approves new drug to improve heart function in adults with rare heart condition II – Dapagliflozin in HFpEF - Positive Topline Results for Dapagl

Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't


LOWBROW BOTANY, with digressions on evolutionary history, phylogenetics, systematics, and the hunt for the filthiest public bathroom in Alta California

The Episodic Table of Elements

T. R. Appleton

90. Thorium: Bright Lights, Big City

Sure, thorium could provide practically limitless clean energy, but then we couldn't build weapons of mass destruction.

Gravity Assist

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Gravity Assist: What Will We Eat on Mars?

Astronauts on the International Space Station have been conducting experiments to grow food, including peppers and radishes. Christina Johnson, a NASA postdoc fellow at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, has been working on a variety of techniques to grow food in space. Learn what she thinks about the future of growing food beyond our planet.