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UNKNOWN — a UFO podcast —is a monthly show led by a team of UFO journalists and researchers who approach the UFO subject with responsible skepticism and the scientific, journalistic attention it deserves. On each episode, they discuss current UFO stories, revisit the history of the modern UFO era, and hang out with special guests as they explore the mysterious and fascinating UFO subject.
 
The surprising connections in science and technology that give you the Big Picture. Astronomer Seth Shostak and science journalist Molly Bentley are joined each week by leading researchers, techies, and journalists to provide a smart and humorous take on science. Our regular "Skeptic Check" episodes cast a critical eye on pseudoscience.
 
Ask An Astrobiologist is in interactive talk show sponsored by the NASA Astrobiology Program, SAGANet.org, and the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science. Each episode, our hosts, Dr. Sanjoy Som and Dr. Graham Lau (Blue Marble Space Institute for Science), interview one of the best and brightest scientists from the field of astrobiology, as well as fielding YOUR questions from Twitter, Facebook, and the SAGANet.org chat room. Tweet @saganorg with #AskAstrobio to get your burning questions ab ...
 
Space Talk features discussions on a variety of space related topics from SpaceRef and our partners as well as public domain sources such as NASA. Topics include robotic and manned space exploration, space science, space policy, Mars, Astrobiology and everything in between.
 
This show is a weekly conversation between Tig Notaro and her co-hosts Kyle Dunnigan and David Huntsberger, in which they focus on a central theme they find interesting. The topics range from scientific to philosophical to metaphysical. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to stitcher.com/premium and use promo code EARWOLF for 1 month free (and $5 off the annual plan!).
 
The Mad Scientist Podcast is a comedy show about the history and philosophy of science and pseudoscience. Hosted by Chris and Marie, join our intrepid hosts as they talk about all the weird stuff your science textbook left out. Because sometimes, the best way to learn how to think like a scientist is to talk about all the bad science floating around out there!
 
Indian Genes is committed to bringing in ideas and thoughts from Global leaders in their field to every listener and home, with the intention of providing free and easy access to this information to all that would want to continue their quest for continuous learning. We also are very focused on our young talent that would benefit from this exposure as they plan and move ahead in the careers and life path, hopefully inspiring them to greater heights and clarity in thought that builds both cha ...
 
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Welcome to our show 500 celebration - Call in Show, hosted by the magical Joe Rupe at Fringe FM. Thank you to all who called in and for all those who have been with us for this amazing ride to 500 eps. We have the best listeners, guests and community and that’s been the best part of this. We chat about all kinds of stuff as people call in from all …
 
Before COVID, before the swine flu, there was the bird flu outbreak of the mid-2000s. An international group of scientists came together to combat the deadly virus, including Dr. Ilaria Capua, a virologist, and now Director of the One Health Center of Excellence at the University of Florida, Gainesville. Capua played a key role in helping to quell …
 
Rachana Reddy talks to Indian Genes on the latest in Satellite technology and development with great insight into the Space industry and what the future holds instore. Rachana has some very valuable information for the private sector and also guides students that may be interested in this field, preparing them for what to expect and what would be e…
 
The toilet: A ubiquitous appliance that dates to the time of Shakespeare. But billions of people around the world still lack modern sanitation infrastructure. And the incentive to modernize includes the possibility that recycling human waste could help with conservation efforts, energy generation, and even medicine. Also, a sixth-grader puts lipsti…
 
Interview starts at 41:10 Michael Ronin joins us to chat about his book "Modern Masculinity for the Conscious Man: Making Sense in Troubled Times”. Michael is an interdisciplinary cultural commentary, and has not held back as he goes deep in this book. We chat about the way on men, our shadow selves, apprenticeships and initiations, fostering well …
 
On June 8th, Washington Post congressional correspondent Jacqueline Alemany interviewed Luis Elizondo, the individual who administered the Pentagon’s now-defunct UFO project known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. During the interview, Elizondo asserted that China is working to bring the UFO issue to the United Nations. There…
 
Ben Grundy joins us for an incredible chat about the communist attempt to take over the world. Ben is co-host of the incredible Mysterious Universe podcast, and he steps out of that comfort zone to hammer us with knowledge and interesting theories on the divine machinations of this world order, global take over. With his passion for uncovering the …
 
What’s the difference between a bird call and the sound of a pile driver? Not much, when you’re close to the loudest bird ever. Find out when it pays to be noisy and when noise can worsen your health. Just about everyone eventually suffers some hearing loss, but that’s not merely aging. It’s an ailment we inflict on ourselves. Hear how a team in Ne…
 
Interview starts at 43:40 Sarah salter Kelly joins us to chat about her book “Trauma As Medicine”. We chat about her mother’s murder in Edmonton, dealing with that as a family while it was all over the news, healing from that and coming to reconciliation with the murderer. We also get into trusting our guts, Andean Shamanism, psychedelics, synchron…
 
Whether you yawn, gasp, sniff, snore, or sigh, you’re availing yourself of our very special atmosphere. It’s easy to take this invisible chemical cocktail for granted, but it’s not only essential to your existence: it unites you and every other life form on the planet, dead or alive. The next breath you take likely includes molecules exhaled by Jul…
 
Interview starts at 34:15 Edmund Marriage joins us to talk about the Golden Age Project and the books of Christian and Barbara Joy O’Brien. The Shining Ones, The Genius of the Few to name a couple. We chat about translating the tablets, the false history, the Isle of Man, the Portuguese undersea charts, supernova explosions and how the tide on our …
 
Standing on your own two feet isn’t easy. While many animals can momentarily balance on their hind legs, we’re the only critters, besides birds, for whom bipedalism is completely normal. Find out why, even though other animals are faster, we’re champions at getting around. Could it be that our upright stance made us human? Plus, why arches help sti…
 
This episode is a recording from the hosts at our latest event - Contact in the Scablands . An event in Channeled Scablands of Washington state, put on by The Brothers of the Serpent podcast, Grimerica, David Mathisen (Star Myths of the World) and Randall Carlson and Brad Young Looks like this will be happening again on September 20-26, 2021. To re…
 
A current push for government transparency when it comes to UFOs has people clamoring for the U.S. government to disclose what it knows about UFOs. On this episode, Jason McClellan discusses the topic of government transparency, government UFO disclosure, and the media frenzy related to the impending UFO report coming from the Director of National …
 
Please join us for a special panel episode all about the OSIRIS-REx mission, which just left asteroid Bennu with asteroidal material on its way back to Earth! This episode's guests are all collaborators on the OSIRIS-REx mission: Drs. Eve Berger, Jason Dworkin, and Scott Sandford.Check out our website for the full transcript of this podcast, plus t…
 
Two heads may be better than one. But what about three or more? A new study shows that chimpanzees excel at complex tasks when they work in groups, and their accumulated knowledge can even be passed from one generation to the next. But group-think also can be maladaptive. When humans rely on knowledge that they assume other people possess, they can…
 
As ships explored the world from the Age of Sail through 20th century, mariners kept detailed navigation records using the Sun and stars. Scientists scoured these ship logs, many of which are preserved in European libraries, for clues about Earth’s magnetic field. The work, published in 2000, created the first-ever magnetic field map for the past f…
 
Interview starts at 38:25 John Carpay - Founder and President of JCCF (Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms) joins us for an update of the legal situation in Canada. We talk about Alberta and the courts not “willing” to provide evidence of the draconian useless measures and how we should be fighting back and raising public awareness. John lay…
 
Franck Marchis is a Planetary astronomer at the SETI Institute and the CSO at Unistellar. Franck starts the conversation today with some of the real time stats in the search for other worlds, such as numbers of planets and numbers of stars, that really shine a light on our place in the universe. He also discusses Astronomical research itself, and h…
 
This is the first interview Space Hero has given to any media house in Asia and Indian Genes is really happy to be bringing this to you. If you are a Space enthusiast, an explore or just a curious mind this could be your opportunity to win Televisions biggest Prize..a trip to the International Space Station !! We continue to create history here...a…
 
Interview starts at 34:55 Alan Steinfeld - “Making Contact - Preparing for the New Realities of Extraterrestrial Existence” joins us to chat about this new book. Alan has been involved in this for decades and puts together a great book of essays from the prominent researchers. We have a great chat about the difference perspectives on this phenomeno…
 
This month's “Third Pod from the Sun” episode is a special release, featuring AGU Vice President of Meetings Lauren Parr and AGU Vice President of Science Policy and Government Relations Lexi Shultz, hosted by AGU CEO Randy W. Fiser. In this episode, they talk about what is AGU, as an organization, doing to serve as an ally when it comes to our mee…
 
Nothing lasts forever. Even the universe has several possible endings. Will there be a dramatic Big Rip or a Big Chill­–also known as the heat death of the universe–in trillions of years? Or will vacuum decay, which could theoretically happen at any moment, do us in? Perhaps the death of a tiny particle – the proton – will bring about the end. We c…
 
Interview starts at 41:40 Chris Mathieu from Forbidden Knowledge News joins us for a swapcast. We chat about infighting in the UFO field, Disclosure, EMF devices, the Paranormal, spirit realms and the metaphysical. We also get into channeling downloads, secret space program, Jared Murphy’s works, Randall Carlson’s work, the Jab, modern events, cops…
 
Lewis Dartnell is an Astrobiologist, Presenter and Author. Today he discusses the series of contradictions that we have on the topic of life elsewhere. Life on Earth is somehow special, yet there is an abundance of Earth-like planets within our universe. Life is fragile, yet life always find a way. So In this conversation, Lewis discusses what is s…
 
Last September, a team of scientists led by Professor Jane Greaves announced the detection of a rare gas, phosphine, in the atmosphere of Venus. With no plausible explanations of how it could be there, one possibility remaining was that it was being produced by some sort of microbial life floating in the cloud decks of Venus. The idea was seen as p…
 
Episode 1 in the Other Worlds Series. We investigate humanities obsessive relationship with Mars, and subsequently, the idea of the martian. This tale follows how Mars played a role in the world's religions, the planet's involvement in the development of astronomy, and finally, the unfortunate tale of Percival Lowell and his "Martian Canals".…
 
The Earth is not round. Technically, it’s an oblate spheroid. But for some people, the first statement is not even approximately correct. Flat Earthers believe that our planet resembles – not a slightly squashed grapefruit – but a thick pancake. A journalist who covered a Flat Earth convention describes the rationale behind this ever-more popular b…
 
Interview starts at 39:15 Lara Atwood joins us for a fascinating chat about their book “The Ancient Religion of the Sun”. This really puts a lot of the puzzle pieces together that we have been talking about lately. Giants, ancient myths, wisdom bringers, common ancient legends and religions, megalithic Solar alignments, and old advanced human (and …
 
Our guest for this episode is Dr. Jen Blank, an astrobiologist at the NASA Ames Research Center and a Research Scientist at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science. Jen has been a member of the Mars Curiosity science team and studies Mars analog environments on Earth, focusing on the potential of water-rock interactions to support microbial life…
 
Waste Not Why create more landfill? Perhaps you should resist the urge to toss those old sneakers, the broken ceiling fan, or last year’s smart phone. Instead, repurpose them! Global junk entrepreneurs are leading the way in turning trash to treasure, while right-to-repair advocates fight for legislation that would give you a decent shot at fixing …
 
Interview starts at 48:50 Micah Dank is back to chat about Illuminati hand signs and how many of these signs and symbols have been co-opted and hi jacked for nefarious purposes. What used to be used for “good” may still be for those in power but the intention/power has changed for the profane. We chat about the swastika, 666, the devil horns, the u…
 
If someone offered you the chance to drop everything, fly to Hawaii, and spend four months trapped in a dome with seven strangers in the name of science, would you do it? For writer Kate Greene, the answer to that question was a resounding “yes.” Greene was one of eight people selected to crew the very first HI-SEAS Mars analogue mission in 2013. I…
 
This episode is a recording from the participants at our latest event - Contact in the Canyon. An event in Utah between Bryce Canyon and Zion Park put on by The Brothers of the Serpent podcast, Grimerica, David Mathisen (Star Myths of the World) and Brandon Powell (Wim Hoff Trainer) The participants cycle through and say a few words about their wee…
 
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