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Best Geology podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Geology podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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John Leeman and Shannon Dulin discuss geoscience and technology weekly for your enjoyment! Features include guests, fun paper Friday selections, product reviews, and banter about recent developments. Shannon is a field geologist who tolerates technology and John is a self-proclaimed nerd that tolerates geologists.
 
Catastrophes are part of life, but many of the worst are the direct result of human error. Whether it’s poor planning, design flaws, or simply greed or hubris, we are often our own worst enemy. Join volcanologist Jess Phoenix as she explores the stories of natural disaster, failure, and calamity, and what we learn from our fascination with digging through the rubble.
 
The Australian podcast about science, health and technology news. Join Ed Brown and his panel of co-hosts each week as we talk about the latest and coolest research and discoveries in the world of science. We're joined by special guests from all over the science field: doctors, professors, nurses, teachers and more.
 
The Geologic Podcast is a weekly podcast consisting of personal stories, comedy sketches, news commentary, music and movie reviews, science advocacy, original songs, and interviews. Its host and producer is musician, composer, drummer, comedian, storyteller, TEDx speaker, event emcee, and vigilant defender of the Theory of Gravity— George Hrab. The content often draws from Geo’s musical career; the music industry in general; his adventures as a semi-almost-famous critical thinker; his fascin ...
 
The Science series presents cutting-edge research about biology, physics, chemistry, ecology, geology, astronomy, and more. These events appeal to many different levels of expertise, from grade school students to career scientists. With a range of relevant applications, including medicine, the environment, and technology, this series expands our thinking and our possibilities.
 
Welcome to Real Science Radio with co-hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams who discuss the latest in science to debunk evolution and to show the evidence for the creator God including from biology, geology, astronomy, and physics. (For example, mutations will give you bad legs long before you'd get good wings.) Not only do we get to debate Darwinists and atheists like Lawrence Krauss, AronRa, and Eugenie Scott, and easily take potshots from popular evolutionists like PZ Myers, Phil Plait, and ...
 
Hear stories about the alien moons orbiting our Sun, of cold stars, and the future of space exploration. Every week, scientist Dr. Carrie Nugent chats about an amazing part of our universe with an expert guest. Spacepod is the podcast that gives you an inside look into space exploration. Learn more: http://listentospacepod.com
 
A Sustainable Mind is a podcast created for the earth-conscious individual, ecopreneur, environmental activist, sustainability enthusiast, grassroots organizer, minimalist, conscious consumer and the eco-curious. If you are looking to get inspired, motivated and take ACTION to be the change you want to see in the world you are in the right place. Delivered to you each week, Marjorie Alexander brings you environmental changemakers whose campaigns, companies and projects have changed the plane ...
 
The Sustainable Nation Podcast delivers interviews with global leaders in sustainability and regenerative development twice a month. Our goal is to provide sustainability professionals, business leaders, academics, government officials and anyone interested in joining the sustainability revolution, with information and insights from the world's most inspiring change-makers.
 
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The Show Notes Doing Something I Should Have Done SoonerIntroSeattleAsk George - Hard song to cover? from Jim - Iggy Pop? from Jon - Guitars? from David & FredDamian Handzy’s Facts That’ll Fuck Y’up - Airlines, Sahara, Beetles, Heroin, OMG, more… Bill Bryson’s The BodyInteresting Fauna - Cassiopea xamachana and its cassiosome toxic grenadesSGU 2035…
 
Sara Cullen is the founder of GEM, an algae-based science company working to simplify daily health habits. GEM makes real food products that optimize daily nutrition. Sara has a BS in international agricultural development studies from Cornell University and has worked with women entrepreneurs and farmers in sustainable food networks all over the w…
 
The Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990. It is named after the American astronomer who found our universe was expanding. Ninety years on, with much better kit, Hubble’s ideas still hold. The question is how fast are we inflating? This is the Hubble tension and Prof Geraint Lewis leads Dr Karl through the deep space discussion. http://www.physic…
 
* This RSR Edition Recorded the Day After the Film: Bob Enyart and Fred Williams review Tim Mahoney's third installment in his Patterns of Evidence series, The Red Sea Miracle. The guys begin with audience favorite, CSU professor autism spokesperson and author of 60 peer-reviewed scientific papers on animal behavior Temple Grandin, who answers Maho…
 
What Is Real And Fake? There are two ways to grow a diamond. You can dig one up from the Earth—a product of billions of years of pressure and heat placed on carbon. Or you can make one in a lab—by applying lots of that same heat and pressure to tiny starter crystals—and get it made much faster. Put these two objects under a microscope and they look…
 
Brushing Up On Tooth Science Most of us spend our time at the dentist holding our mouths open, saying “ahhh,” and occasionally sticking out our tongues. But if you could ask a dentist anything, what would you want to know? Ira asks University of Utah researcher Rena D’Souza and UPenn’s Mark Wolff about cavity formation, the oral microbiome, gum dis…
 
An update on our Drones episode from January 2019 where welearn about new uses for unmanned aerial vehicles, and celebrate beingshortlisted for three awards in the Publisher Podcast Awards held in London in March2020. No-one knows how many penguins are in the Antarctic, andlast year we discovered that thanks to the use of drones this is set to chan…
 
Continuing with Earth in Upheaval, we first loop back again to the section on Charles Lyell and the beginnings of Uniformitarianism in geology, re-read some of the quotes of Lyell, and parse them more carefully, just to make it clear exactly what this man was saying about early geologists and their "indolent" tendencies. We then skip ahead to where…
 
At more than 100 years old, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act was among the first environmental laws in the United States. Until recently, power companies and other industries could be prosecuted by the federal government for causing egregious bird deaths, even accidentally. Not anymore. The Trump administration is proposing that only the intentional k…
 
For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Ekrixinatosaurus, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Ekrixinatosaurus-Episode-273/ To get access to lots of patron only content check out https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino Dinosaur of the day Ekrixinatosaurus, the "explosion born" abelisaurid from Argentina. In dinosaur…
 
Daniel Bailey the Co-Founder and CTO of Astraea talks about the changing world of eath observation and some of the challenges facing the industry at the moment. We also discuss remote sensing space with regards to the Gartner Hype Cycle and discuss the role of non-traditional players in the earth observation space and what that might mean for the i…
 
In 1991, the United States government unearthed a staggering archaeological find during construction of a federal office building in lower Manhattan. While digging the building’s foundations, construction crews stumbled upon skeletal remains from the “Negroes Burial Ground,” a 6.6-acre cemetery of more than 15,000 free and enslaved Africans who liv…
 
This week’s take on the news relating to rural and regional Australia with Fleur Anderson and Wade Dabinett. Agribusiness The land of leasing? Leasing trend set to rise when drought breaks https://www.afr.com/property/commercial/listings-drought-to-trigger-surge-in-farmland-leasing-20200207-p53ypo Bundaberg Rum blunder? https://www.facebook.com/388…
 
Colo Mills 4 p.m. Bob Enyart urges you to go to the movies tonight! (Just enter your zip code for tickets and nationwide theater locations.) Fred Williams and I will be at the Colorado Mills theater in Golden, Colorado with our wives to see Tim Mahoney's Patterns 3: The Red Sea Miracle! And for now, sit back and enjoy Bob's interview, on the "day o…
 
We'll be back with more Mad Men tales next week, we promise! While we're out chasing leads, listen to this great interview from Emily Atkin with The Guardian's interim CEO Anna Bateson about that publication's decision to stop taking ads from fossil fuel companies. Transcript and more info here: https://www.drillednews.com/ Subscribe to Heated: htt…
 
On New Year’s Eve, prior to a new decade 2020, RC recounts some previous missed predictions of catastrophe and the morals from the “Boy who Cried Wolf” story. Then digging into some scientific papers that reveal evidence for the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis including the “black mat” and hexagonal nano-diamonds, he speculates with the authors on …
 
During a loose review of topics from the previous episode with Cosmic Tusk George Howard, RC talks about discovering the mysterious Carolina Bays controversy, searching for Georgia tektites along the “fall line” south of Macon, the “Complex Theory” for the Bays’ formation and its downfall, and the location of the Hiawatha Crater in relation to the …
 
Robby Barbaro, MPH is co-founder of Mastering Diabetes and co-author of Mastering Diabetes. He is a diabetes coach, educator, and international speaker who has been living with type 1 diabetes for more than twenty years. Since 2006, Robby has used an evidence-based approach to his personal health and fitness, built on a foundation of low-fat, plant…
 
What is the science behind warning pregnant women to stay away from cat faeces ? It involves a parasite (called "Toxo" for short) that migrates between humans and their cats. The risk to unborn children is real and world renowned expert, Professor Justine Smith, takes Dr Karl through the life cycle from Kitty Litter to the eyeballs.https://www.flin…
 
This week Dr.Alison Nugent joins us to talk about giant cloud condensation nuclei and life as an assistant professor of atmospheric science in Hawaii. Alison's Website Facebook: @Dr.AlisonNugent Instagram: cloudyday24 Fun Paper Friday Hinners, Paige, Madison Thomas, and Young Jin Lee. "Determining fingerprint age with mass spectrometry imaging via …
 
The human heart is one of the most complicated organs in our body. The heart is, in a way, like a machine—the muscular organ pumping about 2,000 gallons of blood in an adult human every day. But can we construct a heart in the lab? Some scientists are turning to engineering to find ways to preserve that constant lub dub when a heart stops working. …
 
The Great Lakes hold 20% of the world’s surface drinking water, with Lake Superior holding half of that alone. The lakes stretch from New York to Minnesota, and cover a surface area of nearly 100,000 square miles—large enough to cover the entire state of Colorado. And they’re teeming with life. Fish, phytoplankton, birds, even butterflies call the …
 
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